Often, language is the first area people think of when considering “good communication.” So what makes someone a good communicator and how is this measured?
In the early 90s, four helicopter tour operators met to discuss ways to improve safety for the air tours industry. Read more on the impact TOPS has today.
From serving the army as an engineer, to owning a Beechcraft Bonanza, and tallying over 27,000 flight hours, Adrian Eichhorn's story is one to marvel!
Shinji Maeda's dream was to become a pilot - when a life-threatening accident threatened this, his drive didn’t waiver; instead, fuelled him on a global scale.
How do you capture accurate, reliable & usable flight data? How do you utilise as part of your safety processes? See the answers in our video with Kodey Bogart.
Established in 1951, the Alaskan Airmen’s Association’s mission is to promote GA, enhance safety & support initiatives that benefit pilots & aviation community.
Since its inception in 1966, the National Agricultural Aviation Association (NAAA) continues to make sure aviation remains a critical component of agriculture.
There are many definitions for culture. Who better to define it than a member who’s within it? Read more from People & Culture, Claire Bond.