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Transportation Safety Board recommends child restraints on commercial planes

WATCH ABOVE: The Transportation Safety Board is recommending safety restraints for children on commercial flights. The move could cost you more to fly but it’s a safer alternative to holding your child during takeoff and landing. 321 more words


Aviation Safety: Need to Know

While the U.S. aviation system is one of the safest in the world and major aircraft crashes have become less common, close calls in the air and on the ground still frequently occur. 507 more words


Airplanes still one of the safest ways to travel

TORONTO – Despite some recent high-profile airplane losses and accidents, flying still continues to be one of the safest methods of transportation.

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Mr.Tim Clark's contribution to toxic organizational culture

One commenter left a link to the interesting LinkedIn article about signs that a company suffers from the toxic culture. You can read the whole article… 1,267 more words

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Emirates purser arrested by the order of Vice President Human Resources?

There is an unwritten rule in Emirates Airline that employees are not protected against aggressive and unruly passengers. As in any customer service industry, employees are obliged to behave polite and with positive attitude towards problems or to deal with rude customers in a professional way. 1,109 more words

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Thoughts on Plane Safety

 Glider plane

It seems like planes ought to be a lot safer, by now. Are planes really much different, from when we were kids? They look the same to me. 423 more words