Aircraft Safety

Simple compliance with government aviation regulations is not enough to insure your complete operational safety. Aircraft Safety defines and describes the processes and procedures pilots, maintenance technicians, and cabin attendants use to maintain and improve levels of flight safety, as well as to insure regulatory compliance.

Rise of the Machines

They can be smaller than a child’s tricycle, or as large as a compact car; they can resemble a small four-bladed helicopter, or a...

When You Can’t Just Fly Home

Flying on your own aircraft saves time, and provides optimal security and flexibility. When plans change or go awry, your aircraft stands ready to...

Every Breath You Take

Have you ever been aboard your aircraft, and wondered whether your passenger might have forgotten to bathe? Chances are good that body odor is not...

When YOU are the Backup Safety Crew

How comfortable are you in your aircraft? No, not in terms of reclining seats and other amenities; rather, how confident are you that you’ll...

Good Nights Equal Good Flights

As you know well, making sound decisions depends on a clear head and alertness at critical moments. Your aircraft crew faces this challenge daily. Flight...

Flying Skills and the Automated Cockpit

Technological advancements during the past 30 years have equipped today's business aircraft with unparalleled levels of safety, automation, and crew information. Enhanced situational awareness...

Getting to Zero

While risk management is not a new concept, recently it has been receiving increasing recognition as a critical component of your business' strategy for...

Eat, Drink, and Be Wary

Food safety is a global concern, from the ways in which cattle are slaughtered, poultry are fed antibiotics, and fish are farm-raised. When it...

Getting In the Zone

Recently, a philanthropic couple I know invited me to accompany them to Nepal on a fact-finding mission for The World of Children Awards. One...