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TSA Travel Numbers

TSA Travel Numbers through 2022

Airports · 4 min read

While the Coronavirus pandemic is slowly retreating from many countries, domestic and international travel is picking up pace.

Nov 22, 2022
TSA Lost and Found

TSA Lost and Found: What Should You Do?

Airports · 6 min read

ransportation security administration (TSA) claim they have screened just about 2.5 million passengers over a single weekend in October 2022, so could you even imagine the sheer volume of luggage that goes through airport security every day?

Nov 11, 2022
airline pilot ranks

Airline Pilot Ranks: Stripes with Responsibility

Pilots · 4 min read

Being a pilot means accumulating countless hours of experience in the air, soaring to higher and higher altitudes, and earning epaulets and stripes for qualifications.

Oct 24, 2022
niner niner

Niner Niner: The Importance of Communication

Pilots · 7 min read

Aviation is a heavily regulated industry that has countless procedural and operational standards, a heap of different certifications, and, of course, specific aviation terms and slang. Needless to day, for an aviation outsider, much of the language used between the flight crew in the cockpit and the ATC tower, might sound like complete gibberish. In […]

Oct 13, 2022
types of flights

Your Guide to All Types of Flights

Airlines · 7 min read

Taking an airplane has become one of the most popular means of transport for us nowadays, not only because it is safe and reliable, but also because it saves us a great deal of time.

Oct 12, 2022
defunct airlines

Defunct Airlines from around the World

Airlines · 11 min read

The fiercely competitive airline sector is often managed by governments or huge corporate groups. With 817 million new travelers and a total of 1.3 billion people, China has the largest airline market on the planet.

Sep 13, 2022
hold short lines

Hold Short Lines on Runways

Airports · 6 min read

If you've ever been to an airport, you've probably noticed the runway holding position markings and signs. These are simple, but important, features that help to keep aircraft safe while they're on the ground.

Sep 12, 2022
degrees for pilots

Degrees for Pilots: Top 7 Choices

Pilots · 7 min read

There are various ways to become an airline pilot. Some pilots begin their aviation careers by earning an undergraduate aviation degree, while others may have pilot licenses, flight training programs, or certificates without any formal education in order to become a pilot.

Sep 08, 2022
are there air marshals on every flight

Are There Air Marshals on Every Flight?

Airports · 5 min read

Air marshals or sky marshals, whatever you like to address them as, are not seen on each flight. Seeing one red-handed is fairly a rare chance and the possibility of boarding one on the same plane and identifying them is purely coincidental.

Sep 07, 2022
pilot cover letter

Pilot Cover Letter Writing Tips

Pilots · 6 min read

Some say that a pilot's resume is the most important document they will ever submit when seeking a job in the aviation industry.

Sep 07, 2022
Wizzair Ryanair easyjet Hand Luggage Comparison

Wizzair, Ryanair, easyJet Hand Luggage Comparison

Airlines · 4 min read

easyjet, Ryanair and Wizz Air are the largest and the most popular low-cost carriers in Europe, and travelers who have visited the continent are quite familiar with them.

Sep 06, 2022
which airline has the most crashes

A Guide to Which Airline Has the Most Crashes

Airlines · 5 min read

Aviation is well-known for its remarkable safety record, in fact the airplane the safest means of transportation in the entire globe. Air travel is a lot safer than traveling in your car, taking a train ride, or taking the bus.

Sep 01, 2022

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