The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced that the Kingdom of Thailand does not follow International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) safety standards. It has lost its Category 1 International Aviation Safety Assessment (IASA) rating and downgraded to Category 2 rating, based on a […]
The latest luggage for the gadgeteer to hit Kickstarter is a combination luggage, motorized scooter, and personal electronic device charger. Because.
The risks of runaway Lithium-Ion batteries continue to plague aviation, prompting the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA), Australia, to caution readers of its Flight Safety magazine on the proper handling of these electronics once again. The Flight Safety article specifically mentions a recent […]
Here’s the thing to remember when you choose to sit in the exit row: it’s neither a perk nor a privilege. It’s a responsibility.
The inflight safety video is now a well-established marketing tool for airlines. TAP Portugal takes us behind the scenes of the production of their latest. With this presentation the airline weaves-in brand identity and values, and adds destination marketing to boot. In an […]
I spent a bit of time this month writing about IATA’s proposed ‘Cabin OK’ program: introducing it, clearing up misconceptions, and, finally, reporting on its demise, er, “pause.” This is the second of two posts today, which review the Cabin OK aftermath. I […]