Links to our favorite online content and news from the aviation industry during the past week.
According to this article: “The U.S. government is bringing together top airline and auto company executives to discuss aviation industry practices such as safety data sharing that automakers could adapt to help reduce car accidents, a leading cause of death in America.”
The National Park Service is celebrating Aviation Week from April 16th-24th, making it an excellent time to visit The Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park.
The park contains numerous locations and exhibits celebrating the Wright Brothers and Paul Laurence Dunbar.
CNN explores the recent explosive growth of the aviation industry in India.
India is now the world’s fastest growing aviation sector and international carriers want in on the action.
This gallery of photos from USA Today showcases airplane and aviation images from around the world.
The photo gallery has been a popular feature since starting in January 2015.
Aviation Day at Purdue is returning after a layoff of more than 100 years.
The first, and only, Aviation Day at Purdue was held on June 13, 1911.
The event will be open to the public and will feature over 40 aircrafts, in addition to activities for kids and historical exhibits.
Recent News and Resources form Belfort Instrument
The new Model 6400 which has been specifically design to meet the requirements of Meteorological Optical Range (MOR) measurements for applications including synoptic stations, lighthouses, highways, resort areas, as well as shipboard and other marine platforms is now available. The Model 6400 visibility sensor is the latest in a long line of forward scatter visibility sensors manufactured by Belfort for more than 50 years. The 6400 provides visibility measurements from 20 feet (6m) to 50 miles (80km).
Have you ever wondered how likely your US flight is to arrive on time?
We analyzed data from the United States Bureau of Transportation Statistics that tracked over 18 million flights between 2012 and 2014 to find the answer.
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