A provocative, informative look inside the aviation industry-the problems, the safety concerns, the arrogance. Since September 11th 2001, the airline industry has taken a severe blow to its economic stability. Many changes have been made, but many more still need to come in order to make this industry as safe as it should be. We now see the airline industry starting to stabilize, but at what cost? Are current Federal policies assuring your safety, or are organizations like the Airline Pilots Association (ALPA) still able to dictate legislation in Washington? These questions and many others are candidly answered in this expose. With information from this book the air traveler will acquire the ability to sense trouble and steer clear of undesirable air carriers. A person will be more knowledgeable about an industry that has thrived on the ignorance of the masses, and with this knowledge they may can make better, informed decisions.They then locate a subcontract company that will bid considerably lower to do the same type of inspections for them . ... These huge savings can then be hidden through the accounting office by a game of aquot;smoke aamp; mirrors. ... company perks for executives, while at the same time the company balance sheets can show enough of a loss, or lack of profit, to continue to lay-off people at the manual labor level.
|Title||:||Is Flying Risky Business?|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2007-11-01|