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Opinion: Trump, the NAI, and the U.S. Airline Pilot

    Opinion: Trump, the NAI, and the U.S. Airline Pilot

Well, folks, no matter which side of the political fence you sit on, one thing’s for sure: we’re in for a wild four years. As protesters filled the streets worldwide,

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December 7th, 2016: A Date Which Will Live in Memory

    December 7th, 2016: A Date Which Will Live in Memory

Ladies and Gentlemen, it is with great humility and honor that I am happy to report that Bunny and I were able to attend this week’s ceremonies commemorating the 75th

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Safety: A Frightfully Serious Matter

    Safety: A Frightfully Serious Matter

Ladies and gentlemen, from the fRight Deck, Happy Halloween! Over at my “Adventures of Cap’n Aux” blog, we celebrate Halloween with a traditional post called, “The Darwin Awards—Aviation Style.” If you

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Keep Calm and Fly the Plane: Lessons from US Airways 1549

    Keep Calm and Fly the Plane: Lessons from US Airways 1549

The title of the NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) report is pretty straightforward: “Loss of Thrust in Both Engines After Encountering a Flock of Birds and Subsequent Ditching on the

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From the Cap’n Aux Blog: 9/9 and 9/11

    From the Cap’n Aux Blog: 9/9 and 9/11

Well folks, this is a bittersweet week for aviation. While many avgeeks are looking forward to the release of “Sully” on 9/9,

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The New “Sully” Movie: How Accurate?

    The New “Sully” Movie: How Accurate?

Ladies and gentlemen, from the Flight Blog, this is your Cap’n speaking… welcome aboard my first story at the new

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You’re the Captain: Medical Emergency!

Published in April 2015 issue The following chronicles a recent event I had as captain, on a flight involving a

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And this is how “An Airline is born”

Published in August 2016 issue By Eric Auxier On April 15, 1926, a young Pilot named Charles A. Lindbergh flew

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QANTAS A380: ‘‘Black Swan’’ event

    QANTAS A380: ‘‘Black Swan’’ event

Published in July 2015 issue His name is Captain Richard de Crespigny. He flies one of the world’s largest airliners,

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Qantas A380: Black Swan Event Part II

    Qantas A380: Black Swan Event  Part II

Published in August 2015 issue His name is Captain Richard De Crespigny. He flies one of the world’s largest airliners,

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