Aviation Safety Consulting
Capt. Paul Miller
Tag Archives: MH 370
Though ticketed passengers did not suspect, battery lobbyists had been victorious over the very best commercial aviation safety advocates. Through private meetings, where financial benefits of shipping dangerous lithium batteries to the battery industry by air freight are fostered, did … Continue reading
When UPS 6 crashed near Dubai in the evening of September 3, 2010, (www.gcaa.gov.ae/…/2010-Interim%20R.) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UPS_Airlines_Flight_6) the crew had been in a battle for their lives for about 20 minutes. Upon first realizing cargo area temperatures were rising and that smoke … Continue reading
MH 370: Probable Location for Search Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, Missing B777 Was Hazardous Cargo Aboard?
MH 370: Probable Location for Search Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, Missing B777 Was Hazardous Cargo Aboard? Are Cargo Safety Regulations Important for PASSENGER Aircraft Flights? Two Levels of Safety May Mean No Level of Safety MH 370 flight crew … Continue reading