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Business Aviation Networking Notes


The process of finding out about a job, getting interviewed, and eventually receiving an offer for employment starts with networking. By networking I don't mean sending hundreds of copies of your resume unsolicited to H.

Top Ten Secrets to Saving Big Money in the Airline Flights


Do you know that some people travel around the country andabroad, for both business and pleasure, and save bundles of money in the process?They do that by using little known ways of really taking advantage of the most popular form of transportation - airline flights.They don't rely on the ever-famous "airfare price-wars".

So You Want to Get Free Airline Tickets: Should You Choose a Reward or Cash Back Credit Card?


If you want to use a reward credit card for getting free airline tickets, you have a choice of choosing a dedicated airline credit card, a travel reward credit card or a cash back credit card. A dedicated airline credit credit card has hefty annual fees and may not be worth it if you are not a very frequent traveller or do not spend enough on your credit card.

Airline Security; Stewardesses The Last Line Of Defense!


Introduction:It might come as a chock to many people, including the Stewardesses, but the fact remains that in today's Airline Industry, the Stewardess is the last line of defense!In the 11th of September terrorist attacks, on the WTC and Pentagon, the first victims were the Stewardesses. Savagely attacked by the terrorist on their way to the cockpit's and tortured to pressure pilots, to comply with the terrorists demands.

Airlines, Price Wars, and Branding


Here are some thoughts on the study of the theory of price wars as they relate to the industries like the Airlines and others. Comments on an article in Harvard Business Review in March-April edition 2000.

Preventing Rapid Decompression In Commercial Airliners


In Flight Airline Rapid Decompression Breached Window(Airline Safety)Here is a concept worthy of mention about the issues concerning Airline International Terrorists and Guns in the Cockpit and of course Federal Air Marshals. If a gun goes off in a smaller airliner, 737 or 767 then a bullet could penetrate a window and breach the pressurization system.

General Aviation Manufacturing is in the Tank; Hang On It is Going to Get Worse


Change is a constant, Outsourcing Jobs, Capital flows, Emerging Markets are a given and this includes the Aviation Manufacturing Sector as we watch the current Migration pick up speed.It appears that the technological advantage that we have here in the United States is no longer going to sustain us without further advances.

Hypersonic or Ultrasonic Sound to Disrupt Laser Beam Attack on Commercial Airliners


In large buildings to prevent sound pollution often double paned glass is used with music or flowing air between the panes, this works very well and is sufficient to prevent the noise. Since many commercial airliners have double paned glass already if we are careful to watch the harmonics as to not cause structural problems to the aircraft (remember the Comet), then we propose hypersound or ultrasonic sound within the panes to prevent laser light from entering the cockpit and inhibiting or blinding the pilots.

Airline Fuel Costs Mount


The airlines are huge users of fuel. Fuel costs are higher than even the cost of the aircraft.

Find Cheap Tickets From all the Major Airlines


All of the major airlines are now associated with different web sites allowing for you to find discount airfare and cheap tickets on the internet. One of the reasons the airlines have done this is because so many people now have access to computers and the internet.

Entering Business Aviation, Part I: Types of Aircraft


The jets that people fly in corporate aviation are usually a lot smaller than those found with the airlines. Exceptions to the rule are Boeing's BBJ and Airbus' Corporate Jet, both of which are based on some of the smaller types of aircraft marketed to the airlines.

Entering Business Aviation, Part II: Pay Rates for Flight Attendants


Pay. You know that aviation pays better than commercial, in most cases a lot better, but you aren't sure what the going rate is for a corporate flight attendant.

Entering Business Aviation, Part III: Training Options


Time for some training! So, you are not sure what type of training you will need or how it compares to the commercial side of aviation. For starters, there are some very big differences.

Entering Business Aviation, Part IV: Crafting a Resume


Writing a résumé can be one of the most daunting parts of any job search. Quite frankly, it is one of the most important elements in helping you finding work.

Entering Business Aviation, Part V: Tips on Finding Work


I will not pretend that this is the easiest topic to write about. In fact, my knowledge of how one finds work as a private flight attendant is based chiefly on what others have shared with me.

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The History of the Grumman Corporation: The Early Years
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The Historic TWA Terminal and Lockheed Consellation at JFK
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Private Jet Sales Approach in a Tough 2019 Buyer's Market - Working With Trusting & Trusted Partners
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The History of Long Island MacArthur Airport's Florida Service
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The Regional Jet Airlines of Long Island MacArthur Airport
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The Commuter Airlines of Long Island MacArthur Airport
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The Boeing 747: The End of an Era
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Why Should You Pursue a Flight Instructor Career?
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The Air Force Armament Museum
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The National Naval Aviation Museum
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The Hybrid Future OF Aerospace
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03/23/2018 08:10 AM
Aviation Industry
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The History of Northeastern International Airways
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12/26/2017 09:38 AM
Quick Guide to The Basic Services Offered by Fixed-Based Operators
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12/26/2017 07:58 AM
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Air Freight - An Easy Way To Shift
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Aircraft Fasteners - How Are Fasteners Used in Aircrafts?
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Knowing The Relevance of Fixed Base Operators on Commercial Airports
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The Tupolev Tu-144 Supersonic Transport
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The Boeing 2707 Supersonic Transport
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Temporary Barnstormer at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome
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10/01/2017 11:45 AM
Aircraft Cleaning To Get Easier In The Future - Plane Washing And Debugging
Let's face it, it's hard to get bugs off the leading edges of helicopter blades, corporate jet leading edges and aircraft tail sections. It's the aircraft cleaner's worst nightmare to see an aircraft sitting in the sun while all those crushed bug guts bake into the paint. Yes, in an aircraft cleaners dreams our nightmares are Bugs, Bugs and more Bugs, and yes, the occasional bird strike too, guts everywhere, that's simply no fun. Now then, there is a new method and technology being developed which might be a god's send for us plane washers. So, let's discuss this shall we?
09/28/2017 08:06 AM
Aviation Industry at Risk: Declining Commercial Pilots
The aviation industry currently faces an escalating crisis, owing to the shortage of qualified pilots for operating the aircrafts. According to a new report published by the Boeing Pilot Outlook, in 2016, there is significant need of enlisting about 112,000 pilots from this year to 2035 in the North American aviation industry alone. Furthermore, the demand for pilots in Asia-Pacific has been increasing significantly, owing to the growth of the aviation industry in the region. Additionally, the pilot shortage crisis has already started affecting major US carriers. As a result, Republic Airlines filed for bankruptcy in Feb 2016.
09/27/2017 07:51 AM
Aviation Tire Safety And A New Technology To Better Utilize Aircraft Tires
When tires blow out on aircraft, it often causes the plane to skid abruptly, perhaps even off the runway, and/or perhaps damage the undercarriage. Perhaps there are some new technologies which can alert pilots of potential failure when the treads are worn down too low to be safe? Let's discuss this shall we?
09/19/2017 09:42 AM
Things Worth Knowing About Airport Facility Management
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09/18/2017 08:03 AM
Aircraft Upgrade: Sentinel R Mk 1
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09/08/2017 04:37 PM
The Downfall of Pratt & Whitney and the Rise of Ge: Indigo's Troublesome A320
Indigo Airlines, the biggest low-cost carrier (LCC) of India is headquartered in Gurgaon, New Delhi. The airlines are now planning to replace its fleet of Airbus A320-neo aircraft with engines provided by GE after experiencing technical issues with the engines of Pratt & Whitney. Currently, the low-cost carrier has ambitious plans to expand operations in the regional aviation market, as well as low-cost long haul international flights.

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