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Man versus Machine

Today we live in an age where we are surrounded by machines and on the whole these are very reliable. You press a button, something happens, and it always happens within the same timeframe, to the same standard, nothing more and nothing less. When it doesn't we can get quite upset. Read more...

See Something, Say Something

A Turks & Caicos Islands Airport Authority 'Alert' was sent to all airport staff recently. The message is clear and simple, but the impact is anything but. Read more...

Loss of Control In Flight (LOC-I)

Between 2001 and 2011, aeroplane accidents resulting from a loss of control in flight (LOC-I) event were the leading cause of fatalities in commercial aviation. LOC-I accidents often have a catastrophic result with very few, if any, survivors. Read more...

Check these out

A round-up of good information from other websites. Read more...

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