COVID-19 Lessons

When COVID-19 hit the U.S., the national airspace system (NAS) went from often saturated to seldom used. What does that do to a culture so focused on safety?

The first thing that happened was a sudden shift in “safety” concerns over to handling COVID- 19. Should I go fly? Wear a mask? But, where we began and where we’re headed now are two very different paradigms. The aviation safety culture we’ve built over decades is somewhat perishable—it’s not just like “riding a bike”—and […]
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