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Air Travel Safety - These are descriptions of LIVE Podcasts
Crash of a TACA Airbus A320 at Tegucigalpa, Honduras on May 30th, 2008 (video - MP4)
The aircraft was on a scheduled international flight from San Salvador, El Salvador, to Tegucigalpa, Honduras. The aircraft landed, overran the runway, went down an embankment, and struck several vehicles. One of the six crew members and two of the 118 passengers were killed. Two people outside t...
CJOB interview on seating innovations and passenger rights 13 July 2015
On July 13, 2015, Charles Adler of CJOB radio in Winnipeg, Canada interiviewed Todd Curtis about a proposed innovation that would increase the density of airline passenger seating, as well as what benefits passengers have when flights are delayed or cancelled.
Changing FAA Rules on Passenger Electronics (Audio - MP3)
An April 19, 2012 bird strike near JFK brings up issues about FAA rules on the use of electronic devices by passengers, and why those rules may have to change.
Suspected piece from MH370 found on Reunion Island
On July 29, 2015, a suspected piece from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was found on a beach on Reunion Island. Later that day, Todd Curtis was interviewed by the BBC about the event and what next steps may be taken.
Two Qantas Engine Failures near Singapore (Audio - MP3)
This BBC Radio 5 interview with Dr. Todd Curtis of AirSafe.com on November 5, 2010 came in the wake of two unusual engine failure events. On November 4, 2010, a Qantas A380 had an engine failure about 15 minutes after taking off from Singapore's airport. The following day, a Qantas 747 had anoth...
Crash of Spanair MD82: Comments from Capt. Patrick Smith (audio - MP3)
Two days after the crash of a Spanair MD82 on 20 August 2008, Dr. Todd Curtis of AirSafe.com interviewed Patrick Smith, an airline captain with a major US carrier and the author of the book "Ask the Pilot." They discussed several crash-related issues, including the quality of media coverage of th...
Crash of a FedEx Express MD-11 in Tokyo on 23 March 2009 (Audio - MP3)
The aircraft was on a cargo flight from Guangzhou, China to Narita Airport near Tokyo, Japan. The aircraft bounced on landing, and contacted the runway a second time nose wheel first. The plane then rolled to the left, hit the runway with its left horizontal stabilizer and wing, caught fire and r...
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