Podcast: Know Your Emergency Cabin Procedures

Aug. 23, 2021

Emergencies onboard business aircraft are thankfully rare, so passengers may often tune out preflight briefings, despite the vital information provided in them. If an emergency occurs, “it’s important to have passengers know how to use the doors, how to pull out fire extinguishers, where they’re located, what to do in a medical emergency, where the first aid kit is,” notes Christina Depew, a flight attendant for a Part 91 operation.

In this episode of NBAA’s “Flight Plan,” host Rob Finfrock speaks with:

  • Christina Depew, flight attendant for a Part 91 operation based in Washington, DC
  • Karen Hall, independent contract flight attendant

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Podcast: NBAA Secures PRD Exemptions for Member Flight Operations

Part 135 and 91K operators may be eligible for a temporary exemption from certain requirements of the FAA's Pilot Records Database program, after NBAA raised concerns with the agency that the database’s electronic transmission function isn’t expected to be fully operational until later this year. Listen to learn how to apply for an exemption.
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Sales of pre-owned business aircraft are strong, even in light of global strife and concerns about a looming recession. Is the current market resilient enough to weather potential storms ahead?
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Advisory Group Submits Part 135 Rest and Duty Recommendations

Applying scientific and safety data related to fatigue was an important aspect of the guidance.
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