General Aviation Security - March 2016

Publisher: Planehook Aviation Services, LLC
Category: Flying & Aviation, Travel
Language: English
Frequency : Quarterly
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Welcome to the March 2016 edition of General Aviation Security, now in its sixth year. In this issue aviation legal expert and attorney Wendy Mia Pardew examines NOTAMs, the Pilot's Bill of Rights, and the proposed PBR 2. Corporate VVIP flight attendant Aleca King shares what she's learned from VIPs. We welcome Professor Olja Cokoril, Ph.D. of the University of the University of Belgrade to our pages; Dr. Cokoril examines the complexities and solutions for conducting Search and Rescue in European Airspace. We examine the safety and security challenges in the helicopter air ambulance industry, and to our delight we found a flight paramedic who is nothing short of extraordinary. Read about HEMS Flight Paramedic Samantha "Zammi" Jones. This year is the Centennial for U.S. Coast Guard Aviation and our publisher shines the spotlight on those who conduct daring aerial rescues at sea. Finally, we examine the question of NTSB accident reporting for sUAS and provide a high-speed refresher on thunderstorms. Read them all in this edition of General Aviation Security.

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.

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