Panasonic’s Waterfront seat

Panasonic’s Waterfront seat

Panasonic’s Waterfront concept suite lets passengers customize their in-flight experience with their smartphone In a time when the personal device (smartphone, tablet) is becoming the digital controller of just about every surrounding device (think Sonos, Google...
Future of Aviation

Future of Aviation

Airline cabins of the future: A new golden age of travel? Future of Aviation explores the next leaps forward in the world of air travel, from jet technology to passenger experiences. Air travel photos from the 1960s show smartly dressed, champagne-sipping passengers...
Next-Generation Evolution Seat

Next-Generation Evolution Seat

Next-Generation Evolution Seat from Collins Aerospace Offers Increased Cabin Room, Comfort for Business Aviation Passengers. The new offering builds upon the industry-leading success of the first generation Evolution seat with increased living space and comfort....
Cell Phone Precautions

Cell Phone Precautions

Randy Bisgard, senior vice president of Tampa-based Airport Business Solutions, has more than 35 years experience at airport-related and fixed base operations. Based in Denver, Bisgard has worked in safety, security, and training. He cautions that with the...
FAA Warns Airlines Not to Fly Over the Arabian Gulf

FAA Warns Airlines Not to Fly Over the Arabian Gulf

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is advising US carriers and commercial operators not to fly over the Arabian (Persian) Gulf. The warning, which was relayed by US diplomatic posts, is due to concerns that the US troops operating in and around the Arabian Gulf...
The secret codes airlines don’t want you to know!

The secret codes airlines don’t want you to know!

You might want to sit back, relax and zone out on your next flight. But if you’re eager to know if the pilot is expecting delays, if your plane has been hijacked or even if a member of cabin crew is being rude. Listen for these key phrases. Pilotspeak is used by all...
The Problem With Flight Training

The Problem With Flight Training

A catchall phrase, pilot error, is assigned either as a broad cause or a factor in upwards of 90 percent of general aviation accidents. But pilot error comes in two distinctly different flavors: tactical errors, which can be attributed directly to a pilot’s chosen...