Charting the trends – our skies were much quieter in 2020, but flying still proved to be less safe… or was it?
The popular saying “lies, damned lies, and statistics” is a phrase describing the persuasive power of numbers, particularly the use of statistics to bolster weak
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The light at the end of the tunnel is shining brighter as Singapore Airlines successfully trials IATA’s Travel Pass on first international flight
Singapore Airlines has this week become the first carrier in the world to carry passengers using the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Travel Pass, a
If our technology breaks we have learnt to turn it off and back on again. Well, from next week this is now a mandatory requirement every 51 days for Boeing 787 operators!
Control-Alt-Delete, the famous three-finger salute that allows us to force shutdown, reboot or restart our personal computers when they run into operating problems. Most of
Qantas takes a trip down memory lane in its centenary year, while New Zealand takes native birds under its wing – all in the name of safety
Long gone are the days of those boring air safety videos that ticked every box for regulators, but ticked-off most passengers. They may be a
What’s in a name? Boeing says it has no plans to rename the MAX, but it appears IAG and Ryanair have different thoughts
The famous ‘What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet,’ line from Romeo and Juliet