Articles by tag: aviation industry

Empowering Careers in Aviation: Artem Pavlyukovets’ Story with FEAM Aero

Empowering Careers in Aviation: Artem Pavlyukovets' Story with FEAM Aero

Artem Pavlyukovets, the Hangar Operations Lead Mechanic at FEAM Aero’s CVG Airport location, embodies the boundless possibilities and unwavering dedication of the aviation industry. His journey began with enrollment in a trade school specializing in airframe and power plant technology, igniting his passion for aviation and exploring careers in aviation. As an integral part of…

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Southwest Has Halved Its Flying Time Requirement for New Pilots. Does This Make Flying With Southwest Any Less Safe?

Earlier this year, Southwest Airlines decided to halve the flying time needed by its prospective pilots. This decision, which allows applicants to have 500 hours of experience flying a jet or turboprop aircraft instead of the previous 1,000, came amid staff shortages in the aviation industry. But does this move make flying with Southwest…

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Hydrogen-powered flights are gaining traction. But are they really the future of aviation?

Earlier in March, Universal Hydrogen successfully completed a 15-minute voyage of a hydrogen-powered flight. The Dash 8-300 aircraft, which typically carries about 50 passengers, had to be redesigned in order to hold the engine — and over 65 pounds worth of liquid hydrogen. Now that hydrogen-powered flights are gaining traction, could they be the…

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Are We There Yet?
With Millions of Passengers to Protect Every Day, How Does the Federal Aviation Administration Get the Job Done?

For many of us, airline travel is almost as ordinary as driving a car.  In fact, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) handles more than 45,000 flights a day and over 16 million flights per year in the United States.  How, exactly, does the FAA regulate so many flights and help ensure safety for the more…

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Are We There Yet?
Fly Anywhere. Anytime. Are We There Yet?

Flying is a chore for many individuals today, often laden with many layovers and alterations in flight times. The charter aviation industry is starting to bring ease to many customers in eliminating these travel pains, and new jet delivery is expected to grow with 6,362 new jet sales between 2020 and 2029. What are private…

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A No-Go for NOTAMs—Flight Delays Caused by Major Computer Issue

Severe weather caused significant flight delays during the holiday season, but with clearer skies, passengers resumed regular air travel until late evening Tuesday, January 10, 2023. An overnight outage of the Federal Aviation Administration’s Notice to Air Missions System (NOTAMs) grounded thousands of flights in the U.S. on Wednesday morning, causing massive delays. Investigations…

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Engineering & Construction
Does Boeing’s New Workflow Signal a Shift in Engineering?

Key Points: With a digital twin engineering workflow, you can visualize your assembly line and design at the same time; you no longer have to wait for a physical prototype to get built before you start putting the assembly line together. This process requires the right workflow and change in culture around teamwork, but…

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AI in content marketing
Generative AI in Content Marketing: Why Creativity & Authenticity Will Make it Work
July 11, 2024

Will 2024 be known as the year AI made waves in content marketing? It sure seems so, with recent AI-driven ads from Toys R Us and Under Armour generating significant buzz online. Not just this: Despite having no official ties to the brand, a mock Volvo ad created entirely by AI has also gone…

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Hiring Made Human: Hiring When You’re a Start-Up
July 11, 2024

The challenges of hiring for a startup have become more pronounced these days than ever. With technological advancements and evolving market demands, startups must be agile and strategic in their hiring practices to ensure success. According to some studies, nearly 90 percent of startups fail, with a significant factor being the inability to attract…

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Focus on the Customer
Fifth Inning – Focus on the Customer
July 11, 2024

In a compelling narrative by Jesse Cole, the Savannah Bananas, a baseball team known for its unconventional approach, has declared advertising dead. Cole emphatically asserts that while advertising may attract customers, it is the fan experience that fosters lasting loyalty. In a bold move, the Savannah Bananas have eliminated all forms of advertising at…

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Dr. Mark Manera talks Trucking Industry
The Trucking Industry Needs a Fitness Overhaul to Jumpstart a Trucking Health Revolution
July 11, 2024

With the trucking industry seeing many changes that prioritize efficiency and productivity, the health of truck drivers has increasingly peaked as a critical concern. With life expectancies for truck drivers averaging 16 years less than the general population, there is an urgent need to address health issues within the industry. Recent initiatives, like the…

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Digital Flight Control System Combines Familiar Autopilot Features with the Latest Innovation
August 4, 2020

There are certain features pilots have come to expect in a digital flight control system, or autopilot. Genesys has a 40-year history making autopilot systems and has innovated upon some of those common elements, such as heading, navigation holds, altitude holds and vertical speed holds. Now, it has used that experience to take an…

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A Hard Landing Looms for Delta and Business Travel During Pandemic: Business Casual
July 17, 2020

In December 2019, sweeping all 11 categories, corporate travel professionals in the annual Business Travel News Airline Survey named Delta Air Lines the #1 airline for the ninth consecutive year—the only airline to have earned the top spot for business travel nine years in a row. But in a pandemic-stricken world, numerous industries are declining…

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Airlines Say Masks Might Become a Must When Taking to the Skies: Business Casual
June 19, 2020

Powered by RedCircle In today’s Business Casual segment, MarketScale co-hosts Tyler Kern and Daniel Litwin opine on whether or not more action is required by the government to enforce the wearing of masks by passengers while on commercial flights or if this is an issue that should be mandated and imposed by the aviation industry…

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The Past, Present and Future of Airport Development
February 25, 2020

The majority of our nation’s 70s-era airport infrastructure is lagging behind others in the world, where airports that have essentially evolved into tourist destinations of their own. Changi Airport in Singapore, for instance, offers gardens, children’s play areas, shopping centers, a free all-day movie theater, and a recently opened “living lab” that allows Changi…

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