Danger in the Air: Federal Aviation Administration Blunders

Danger in the Air: Federal Aviation Administration Blunders

by Brian Power-Waters XIII


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780595217137
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 03/28/2002
Pages: 148
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.34(d)

What People are Saying About This

Steve Goodman

Do you think your safe? Maybe you’ll think again after reading Captain Power-Waters Danger in the Air. This bestselling author unleashes yet another earthshaking book blasting the FAA and Airline Industry as he uncovers their unsafe practices. Now when I’m on an airliner, I have to ask myself, “Do I feel luck?
— Captain Steve Goodman, Air Frame and Power Plant Mechanic, Aircraft Inspector

Paul Stebelton

Brian continues to do a job for all aviation by TELLING IT LIKE IT IS. This is over due in aviation.
— Paul Stebelton, USAF Pilot (Retired), Accident Prevention Specialist (FAA, 13 years)

William A. Faville

Captain Power-Waters, drawing on his vast experience in aviation…brings together facts and information concerning the truth about aviation safety and the failures made by the agency tasked with overseeing it—the FAA.
— William A. Faville, Former Director, Safety and Technology, National Air Traffic Controller Association

Carl T. Butterworth

If you are interested in the inside story of the attack on America, how the Federal Aviation Administration contributed to it, how airport security is still a Joke, and how the FAA and airlines are fighting to extend the time a pilot is confined to the cockpit, then this is the book for you.
— Carl T. Butterworth, Senior Captain, American Airlines, Retired Brigadier General, Air National Guard

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