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Air Travel Safety - These are descriptions of LIVE Podcasts
Advanced satellite-based air traffic control system will likely enhance airline safety
Interview with CKTB radio of St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada where Todd Curtis discussed how an in improved, satellite-based air traffic control system may enhance airline safety.
The Conversation at AirSafe.com #7 for February 16, 2006 - How to Make a Successful Air Travel Complaint
AirSafe.com offers basic advice for making complaints about your air travel experience and how to document a complaint to give you the best chance of getting compensation.
BBC interview about new and harsher FAA rules concerning lasers (Audio - MP3)
The BBC program The World Today interviewed Dr. Todd Curtis about the June 1, 2011 announcement by FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt that the FAA would start imposing fines of up to $11,000 on people who point lasers at aircraft. For more information on airline safety, visit http://www.airsafe.com ...
NTSB Hearings on the Buffalo Plane Crash (Audio - MP3)
On May 12th, 2009, the NTSB began a three-day public hearing about its ongoing investigation into the fatal February 2009 crash of a Continental Connection airliner in Buffalo, NY. Among the issues that came up were the possible roles of crew fatigue and crew training in the accident. During the ...
Interview on KIQI radio about the risk of catching Ebola on an airplane
Todd Curtis is interviewed by radio station KIQI of San Francisco where he discussed the risk of getting infected by Ebola in an airplane, and why air travel bans may not protect the US from Ebola. Interview is in both English and Spanish.
Crash of Patagonia Airlines Cessna Caravan in Chile on 7 June 2008 (audio - MP3)
This show features an Al-Jazeera broadcast of the recovery of the surviving passengers four days after the crash. The only death was to the pilot, who died two days after the crash.
Air France Flight 447 the BBC Interviews (Audio - MP3)
This show features two interviews with Vincent Dowd from the BBC World Service and Dr Todd Curtis of AirSafe.com. They discussed several issues surrounding the crash of Air France Flight 447, including differences in flight control philosophy between Airbus and Boeing, how aircraft manufacturers ...
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