Adorable Dog Returns Lost items to Passengers Safely
Sep26

Adorable Dog Returns Lost items to Passengers Safely

Dutch airline KLM recruited an adorable beagle named Sherlock to help its lost and found team at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam to help reunite passengers with lost items such as smartphones. Jen Markham has the story. –...

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MH17 plane crash and FAA safety regulations
Aug06

MH17 plane crash and FAA safety regulations

Interview on Fox Business’ “The Money” about the MH17 plane crash in Ukraine.(07/23/2014)

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The Safety of the Skies Part 2
May27

The Safety of the Skies Part 2

Will the skies be just as safe if there is an air traffic controller shortage? News 18 investigates.

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The Safety of the Skies Part 1
May26

The Safety of the Skies Part 1

Changes to the air traffic controller hiring process are not popular with some in the industry. News 18 investigates.

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2014 World Cup Travel Safety Tips
May10

2014 World Cup Travel Safety Tips

Are you one of the 150,000 people in the United States who purchased tickets to the 2014 World Cup?  Tune into the Department of State’s Google+ Hangout on May 7 at 3:30 p.m. EDT to hear advice and ask questions about preparing for your trip to Brazil and what to expect when you arrive.   Grant Wahl, leading soccer journalist and senior writer at Sports Illustrated, will discuss his experience attending large-scale sporting...

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NTSB chair Deborah Hersman speaks at the National Press Club – April 21, 2014
Apr22

NTSB chair Deborah Hersman speaks at the National Press Club – April 21, 2014

Deborah Hersman, the outgoing chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, will give her farewell address at a National Press Club Speakers Breakfast. Hersman will speak on Monday April 21. Hersman is stepping down during her third term as NTSB chairman to lead the National Safety Council. The safety board is helping probe the disappearance of a Malaysian Air plane. As chairman, Hersman has focused on distraction in drivers,...

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Al Gore: Aviation Safety Commission Could Have ‘Almost Certainly Prevented’ 9/11 Hijacking
Feb01

Al Gore: Aviation Safety Commission Could Have ‘Almost Certainly Prevented’ 9/11 Hijacking

Former Vice President Al Gore addressed a caller’s statement that Sept. 11 could have been prevented had the FAA and intelligence agencies adopted the recommendations of the aviation safety commission that Gore headed while in office. One of the suggestions included a system to automatically catch people on FAA watch lists before they boarded an airplane. “Not many people know what your caller has just said, but it is...

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