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Pilots Go Nuts for Airfare Snacks
Need healthy snacks when you're on the go? That's why Justin Steinfelder and Geremy Bass founded Airfare, which delivers pouches of fresh, natural snack foods to travelers and flight crews all over the world.
EarEarth Day: Aviation Sustainability with 4Airth Day: Aviation Sustainability with 4Air
To celebrate Earth Day, AIN sat down with Kennedy Ricci, president of business aviation sustainability firm 4Air, to see why operators in this industry should be concerned about their carbon footprint. He also outlines how aircraft operators can make small changes by using sustainable aviation fuel and carbon credits to reduce, or even zero out, their carbon emissions.
AINdebrief: Ergo Apps Help Pilots Be More Prepared
Corporate and airline pilot Jim Stabile has developed the Ergo suite of iPad apps, which help pilots manage critical fuel and oxygen reserves during emergency situations. Not only can Ergo add to safety margins but it also helps operators save money and reduce emissions by lowering the amount of fuel that needs to be carried.
AINdebrief: Four Corners Aviation
Four Corners Aviation has launched Freedom, a new product in the aircraft management space, offering corporate aircraft as a service instead of traditional aircraft ownership and all of its headaches. Join Four Corners president and COO Cameron Gowans as he explains how Freedom works and helps buyers of business aviation lift save money.
March 2022: Fixing the Aviation Industry’s Gender Gap
In this episode, AIN senior editor Kerry Lynch talks about the lack of gender diversity in the aviation industry, especially female pilots, aircraft maintenance technicians, and company CEOs. She outlines the problem laid out in a new federal committee report and then explains what trade association Women in Aviation International is doing about the problem, including what happened at the organization’s annual conference earlier this month in Nashville, Tennessee. This podcast is sponsored by business aviation sustainability solutions company 4AIR.
February 2022: Singapore Airshow Rides Again
In this episode, AIN editor-in-chief Matt Thurber talks about his experience at the Singapore Airshow earlier this month. This includes his take on the Covid-19-related restrictions just to get to the Asian city-state, but also those at the airshow itself, which required masking at all times—both indoors and outside. Matt also gives his impression about attendance and news announced at the airshow. This podcast is sponsored by business aviation sustainability solutions company 4AIR.