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Essential: All About The New Air Travel Rules !
Essential: All About The New Air Travel Rules !
Essential: All About The New Air Travel Rules !

A collection of selected reports-


Airport Security Checkpoints What You Need to Know
Air Travel Is the Clothing You Wear Important
Air Travel Rules Are They Different For Those With a Disability
Air Travel Rules Are They Different with Children
Air Travel Rules Flying With Pets
Air Travel Rules Traveling With Electronics
Air Travel Rules Traveling with Sports Equipment
Air Travel Rules Traveling With Tools
Air Travel What You Need to Know About Your Checked Baggage
Are Air Travel Rules Different Between Airports
Are You on The No Fly List What You Can Do
Are Your Beauty Supplies Banned
Consequences for Violating Air Travel Rules
Flying Banned Items That You Might Not Have Thought Of
Flying How to Learn the New Air Travel Rules
Flying Preparing For Your Flight
Important Air Travel Rules You Must Know
In Flight Air Travel Rules
Making the Most Out of Your Next Flight
Packing Your Bags for the Airport What You Should Leave at Home
Random Baggage Checks Be Smart
The Benefits of Staying Up to Date on All Air Travel Rules
The New Liquid Ban What You Need To Know
What Happens to Your Belongings Banned at Airport Security

Essential: All About The New Air Travel Rules !

A collection of selected reports-


Airport Security Checkpoints What You Need to Know
Air Travel Is the Clothing You Wear Important
Air Travel Rules Are They Different For Those With a Disability
Air Travel Rules Are They Different with Children
Air Travel Rules Flying With Pets
Air Travel Rules Traveling With Electronics
Air Travel Rules Traveling with Sports Equipment
Air Travel Rules Traveling With Tools
Air Travel What You Need to Know About Your Checked Baggage
Are Air Travel Rules Different Between Airports
Are You on The No Fly List What You Can Do
Are Your Beauty Supplies Banned
Consequences for Violating Air Travel Rules
Flying Banned Items That You Might Not Have Thought Of
Flying How to Learn the New Air Travel Rules
Flying Preparing For Your Flight
Important Air Travel Rules You Must Know
In Flight Air Travel Rules
Making the Most Out of Your Next Flight
Packing Your Bags for the Airport What You Should Leave at Home
Random Baggage Checks Be Smart
The Benefits of Staying Up to Date on All Air Travel Rules
The New Liquid Ban What You Need To Know
What Happens to Your Belongings Banned at Airport Security

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:::: Will AIR CANADA Keep Crashing? ..:::..
:::: Will AIR CANADA Keep Crashing? ..:::..
Apparently. You know for any business, and certainly for an airline PR is usually a big part of the biz package considering it encompasses how you present yourself to the community, and the rest of the business world at large. Getting public relations right is usually a biggie. But NOT always. Certainly NOT with Air Canada. Air Canada Flight 621 (DC-8-63 registered as CF-TIW) crashes in Castlemore, Ontario on July 5, 1970. Everyone is killed, all 109 pax (passengers) and crew. In the most horrendous way possible. In a 150 tonne missile that went nose first into a Castlemore farmer's field at 400mph. All occupants onboard…absolutely terrified right up to the very end. And then obliterated. Three minutes previous these people were safely landing at Toronto International Airport…for the first leg of their long journey…and now they were high in the sky above Castlemore, until finally nosing down toward the ground…when the spent DC-8's structural integrity finally burned away the last secured section of that airliner's starboard wing. The fatally crippled jet now lurched downward on its final descent. Yes, now these people who were almost safe at Toronto International moments before…had actually touched momentarily on Toronto's 33L runway…just 180 seconds previous…now all these people suddenly, unexpectedly, were going to die. When I recalled aspects of this tragedy to a friend, I added an unusual question, and the response was venomous. Harsh. Instant. How could I even say such a thing…even suggest such a thing? I had asked the seemingly disrespectful question, what if Air Canada's Flight 621 crashes again?? Seemingly being the operative word. Because my question was a very real question, a very pertinent question…in the world of Air Canada. It is not common knowledge, but… AIR CANADA, unlike JUST ABOUT EVERY OTHER airline in the world (as my friend assumed, incorrectly) does not, I repeat, DOES NOT, retire the affected flight number when one of their own flights crashes…with lives lost. Say , what? You heard me. Well, why would they? Why treat your customers with the ultimate dignity and respect…and as the irreplaceable human beings that they actually are by solemnly retiring flight numbers? So, silly~ As it turns out, Air Canada no longer uses Flight 621, though! There is just too much on the internet NOW connected with that flight. None of it good. So I guess that flight number was set aside out of utility, not respect. But what about other deadly Air Canada flights? TCA (the precursor to Air Canada) Flight 831(118 lives lost), Air Canada Flight 797 (23 lives lost), and Air Canada Flight 189 (two lives lost) continue to fly again…as a DIRECT INSULT to surviving family members of all the victims, on all these ill-fated flights. But Air Canada will AT LEAST change the flight route. The start point, and/or destination. How thoughtful. So Air Canada Flight 831, 797, and 189 keep flying today! And yes, THEY COULD crash again or have loss of life! Can you believe it?? Can you actually believe it?? It gets better, folks. No, I won't tell you here about the Air Canada Flight 621, and the Alfred Hitchcock connection, since that will be saved for the book, but… AIR CANADA, back in1970, had promised a memorial to the crash victim's families of Flight 621…ON SITE! Yes, at the crash site in Castlemore! AIR CANADA later changed the memorial location to adorn the Mount Pleasant FLIGHT 621 cemetery plot in the centre of Toronto. There, a little over 50 of the victim's bodies are buried to this day. Yes, the promised memorial is there, in Toronto, some 30 kms away. NOT where, or what, the Flight 621 families were promised at the time regarding said memorial. But when you aren't even retiring flight numbers when tragic death is involved, can an airline like that really be expected to honour promises of on-site memorials that were to be a token and permanent sign of consolation, made in good faith, to the then-grieving family members? C'mon, get real. In fact, from July 5th to October 1970 over a hundred people a day were visiting the crash site. Many indeed were family members. But there's more… Eric Weiczorek, who lost his stewardess wife, Gundi, in the Flight 621 crash can be seen in the incomplete heart-wrenching film clip above. Taken at the 40th Anniversary ceremony last month, right at the crash site, Eric relays his grief at being so shabbily treated by Air Canada at the time of the crash. He wasn't the only one. A phone call, a limousine, a letter, and (hey!) Air Canada's duty to Eric was done! Linda Fishman (author - Repairing Rainbows), who lost her mother and two sisters on that flight made a recent overture to Air Canada just before this summer's 40th Anniversary event. An olive branch extended, if you will, to AC a week or so, before the event. When does the dawdling airli
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History of Flight !
Essential: History Of Flight !

Early History of Flight

19th And 20th Century Flight Efforts

1905 The First Practical Airplane

Commercial Aviation 1920 to 1930

Europe Spreads Its Wings

Air Power Developments Between the Wars

Balloons and Airships

Helicopters at War

History of Ornithopters

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics

The Earliest Airports

The Evolution of Airway Lights and Electronic Navigation Aids

The First Military Flyer

The history of Aerobatic Flight

The History of Bush Flying

The History of Business Aircraft

The history of Great Airships

The History of the Hot

The History of Transcontinental Flight

The Seaplane and its History

Transatlantic Services

Essential: History Of Flight !

Early History of Flight

19th And 20th Century Flight Efforts

1905 The First Practical Airplane

Commercial Aviation 1920 to 1930

Europe Spreads Its Wings

Air Power Developments Between the Wars

Balloons and Airships

Helicopters at War

History of Ornithopters

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics

The Earliest Airports

The Evolution of Airway Lights and Electronic Navigation Aids

The First Military Flyer

The history of Aerobatic Flight

The History of Bush Flying

The History of Business Aircraft

The history of Great Airships

The History of the Hot

The History of Transcontinental Flight

The Seaplane and its History

Transatlantic Services

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