Upset recovery training is a big industry buzzword. Is it really a worthwhile investment of a pilot's time and money, or is this just the latest safety fad? And what's the difference between "upset recovery" and "aerobatics" anyway? Related posts: Will This Thing Roll? You know you've thought about it. Show More Summary
Driving north on Highway 52, Pilot Mountain is the stony punctuation in the rolling hills of the North Carolina countryside. You can’t miss it. The quartzite mountain rises to 2421 feet and is a remnant of the ancient Sauratown Mountain Range in the Yadkin Valley. Native Americans, wildlife and explorers have used Pilot Mountain as a […]
It seems that there are still places in America that still adore Bill Cosby. Amid Cosby's numerous sexual allegations which prompted Netflix to post pose the comedian's Thanksgiving Day special and NBC to ax his family comedy pilot,Show More Summary
There are a bunch of drones on the market today and most of them need a pilot to fly them around and record video. A new drone has landed on Kickstarter seeking funding that needs nobody…
They’ve transported dolphins, satellite parts, even wolves. Then came a call to pick up two stricken American health workers. How Phoenix became the U.S. government’s go-to rescuer.
12 Years a Slave director Steve McQueen has recruited the film's co-star Paul Dano for his HBO drama pilot Codes Of Conduct. Dano will co-star opposite Devon Terrell in the project -- a provocative exploration of a young black man'sShow More Summary
Back in 2005, Warren Ellis' comic book series Global Frequency was adapted as a television pilot, but wasn't picked up for a full series. Now the tale of crowdsourced covert intelligence is getting a second shot at the small screen, with the creator of Farscape and Defiance behind the wheel. Read more...
The venture capital investor, who has backed companies like Tesla Motors and SpaceX, says removing pilots from commercial flights would decrease the chances of terrorism and human error.
Another familiar face is joining the pilot of Showtime’s Happyish, a series that was originally set to star the late Philip Seymour Hoffman. (A
The Warren Ellis-penned comic book series Global Frequency is getting its third shot at television. A decade ago, The WB tried to set a Global Frequency TV series in motion, shooting a pilot based on the comic about an organization that attempts to protect the world from the influence of covert government actions. Show More Summary
Emmy and Tony winner Ellen Barkin is set to guest star in Showtime comedy pilot Happyish. She'll play Dani Kirschenbloom, a headhunter who works closely with Thom Payne (Steve Coogan). Dani harbors no illusions about the advertising industry, or life, and is best described as the sardonic prophet-philosopher of the project. Show More Summary
Mexico is reportedly testing out a pilot program that would require foreigners who enter Mexico for more than seven days or who are involved in paid work there to pay a fee of 306 pesos, or about 28 American dollars. As of now, the fee...Show More Summary
Union asked federal mediators to help break a two-year stalemate in contract negotiations.
World class hang-glider pilot, Matjaž Klemen, is known for breathtaking aerobatics and some of the most impressive hang glider flights ever taken. The 30 year old Slovenian decided to take it a step further by executing a touch-and-go landing on the wing of a sail plane. Read more...
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This Industry Viewpoint was authored by Max Silber, executive director of mobility, MetTel Mobile devices in the workforce are nothing new – since the invasion of Palm Pilots and Blackberry phones in the late 1990s, these devices have become as common in a cubicle or office as a desk phone and computer monitor. What wasn’t expected at […]
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City officials are looking to develop at least one pilot program in every Elm City neighborhood by the end of 2015. The projects ideally would involve low-cost measures that can induce significant changes.
Developed from an "over-the-transom" pilot script by David Anaxagoras, "Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street" is a new series from Amazon Studios, the still-wet-behind-the-ears content-production wing of the online retailer. New episodes — the pilot was already available —...