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Federal Regulations Require Rest

by Pat 8. November 2011 07:49
Federal Regulations Require Rest Between Training and ID The Federal Aviation Administration "FAA" recently provided United with a clarification of FAR 121.467, which governs required rest prior to flight assignments. [More]

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Airport Safety and Security Jobs

by Pat 8. November 2011 07:46
The airport is one of the most vital elements in our air transportation system. A well equipped airport provides a variety of facilities for the aircraft and for crews and passengers. These include runways and taxiways, which may be lighted for day and night use, a terminal building with lounge areas for passengers, ramp areas and hangars for aircraft storage, maintenance shops for aircraft and avionics, automobile parking lots, and possibly restaurants and shops [More]

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Airline Deregulation 1978

by Pat 8. November 2011 07:44
Today's airline industry is radically different from what it was prior to 1978. At that time, the industry resembled a public utility, with a government agency, the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB), determining the routes each airline flew and overseeing the prices they charged. Today, it is a market-driven industry, with customer demand determining the levels of service and price. [More]

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Creating the Future of Aviation

by Pat 8. November 2011 07:30
Today, there are many challenging careers available in the aviation & aerospace industry. The complex operations of each company require many skilled employees and offer a wide variety of job opportunities. Those that want to join this dynamic industry, know that endless possibilities lie ahead. [More]


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Your Professional Aviation Resume

by Pat 7. November 2011 15:06
Our professional resume builder works with you to create your "Aviation Standards" professional resume. - You are presented with simple questions including your contact information, previous work history, military history, educational background, and our Pilot and Mechanic supplemental questionnaires. [More]

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History of Aviation

by Pat 7. November 2011 14:35
The first scheduled air service began in Florida on January 1, 1914. Glenn Curtiss had designed a plane that could take off and land on water and thus could be built larger than any plane to date, because it did not need the heavy undercarriage required for landing on hard ground. Thomas Benoist, an auto parts maker, decided to build such a flying boat, or seaplane, for a service across Tampa Bay called the St. Petersburg - Tampa Air Boat Line. His first passenger was ex-St. Petersburg Mayor A.C. Pheil, who made the 18-mile trip in 23 minutes, a considerable improvement over the two-hour trip by boat. The single-plane service accommodated one passenger at a time, and the company charged a one-way fare of $5. After operating two flights a day for four months, the company folded with the end of the winter tourist season. [More]



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