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Issue Description:For the Spring 2014 edition we focus on flying training. Flight instructors Jason Blair and Neal McEwen reveal how they teach student pilots safety and security. Aviation legal expert Wendy Mia Pardew examines the elements of law in play when pilots accept and load someone's bag in their aircraft--whether they fly for the airlines or not. Joe Corrao delves deeper into the policy issues behind security regulations and efforts to have one consistent level of security. We interview aviation illustrator Steve Karp. Dave Hook explains how to determine if you can take unusual cargo and how to load and secure baggage and other cargo properly in small aircraft. Aleca King not only tells us about escaping fires, but also shows that she can fight fires wearing heels! And much, much more!
Magazine Description:The world's authority on protecting general aviation, General Aviation Security examines the issues and stories dealing with private and corporate aviation, private and general aviation airports, the aviators who fly the aircraft, the mechanics who keep the aircraft flying, and the infrastructures and industries that support general aviation.
Name: General Aviation SecurityCategory:LifestyleIssue(s) Available: 8Language: English