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Air Travel Safety - These are descriptions of LIVE Podcasts
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.
Todd Curtis on episode 392 of The Airplane Geeks in March 2016 (Audio - MP3)
Todd Curtis is the guest for episode 392 of The Airplane Geeks podcast where he discussed a range of aviation issues, including flight MH370.
Crash of a British Airways 777 in London 17 January 2008 Update 1 (video - WMV)
First update on the ongoing investigation into the accident at London's Heathrow Airport involving a British Airways 777. This report is based on information released by the AAIB shortly after the crash.
CJOB radio interview 8 March 2016 about the second anniversary of the loss of flight MH370 (Audio - MP3)
Todd Curtis interviewed on 8 March 2016 by CJOB radio in Winnipeg, Canada about what insights have been gained after more than two years of searching for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, and parallels with the 2009 crash of an Air France A330.
The Conversation at AirSafe.com #12 for May 12, 2006 - Flight Delays and Overbookings
This conversation reviews the the different kinds of compensation that passengers may receive as a result of flight delays and cancellations, highlighting the differences between U.S. airlines and airlines from the European Union.
Risks from Incapacitated Pilots and Pilots Who May Deliberately Crash Airplanes (audio - MP3)
AirSafe.com reviews the investigation into a January 2008 incident where an Air Canada pilot became mentally incapacitated and had to be removed from the cockpit. Once the first officer was removed, the captain was able to safely land the aircraft. The event caused some in the aviation community ...
AirSafe.com Airline Safety Review for 2009 (video - MP4)
The year 2009 had the second fewest fatal airline crashes in any year since AirSafe.com began it's annual review of airline safety events in 1996. This 14th annual review discusses eight fatal airline events, and 10 other noteworthy events from 2009.
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