Monthly Archives: February 2009

Confusion in Reporting of Turkish Air 1951 Crash

Reporters are confused over the definition of STALL in aviation. A stall has absolutely nothing to do with the engines. In aviation, it is defined as the air flow boundary layer separating from the wing, the wing stops producing lift

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Turkish Air 1951 Crash in Amsterdam

Information is starting to come forward on the Turkish Air crash. Again, I’m very hesitant to comment on an accident before the facts are released. Some of my readers have asked my opinion so I will address what facts are

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Has Airline Safety Peaked?

At the end of my last article I asked the question. Unfortunately I think it has, and the evidence is undeniable. The world’s regulatory agencies (specifically IATA) not only seem to have not noticed, but are exacerbating the problem through

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