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Oct 09, 2009
AirSafe-Media.com recently expanded the range of information available on the site, and made it much easier for visitors to keep up with the sites search engine optimization articles, tips, tools, and SEO news by email, Twitter, and news readers.

Oct 09, 2009
Speedbrake Publishing launches a mortgage information site for homeowners who have underwater mortgages or who are at risk of foreclosure or bankruptcy. The site provides the useful financial information as well as news of new government programs.

Sep 21, 2009
AirSfafe.com updates its listing of fatal plane crash rates and identifies the popular airliner models with the lowest rates. Surprisingly, one older model has one of the lowest rates.

Sep 10, 2009
Dr. Todd Curtis of the AirSafe.com Foundation will present the paper "Social Media, Bird Strikes, and Aviation Safety Policy" at the 2009 Bird Strike North America Conference in Victoria, Canada the week of 13 September 2009.

Jun 15, 2009
As the investigation into the crash enters its third week, ships, planes, and submarines continue to search the Atlantic Ocean for wreckage, for the bodies of the victims, and especially the black boxes.

Mar 20, 2009
When you subscribe to a mailing list and use a Gmail address, you can customize each subscription to make it easy discover which mailing list may have provided your email address to a spammer.

Mar 17, 2009
Recent findings from the AAIB point to ice buildup in the fuel system as the key factor in the January 2008 crash of a British Airways 777 in London. The NTSB found a similar problem in a November 2008 incident involving a Delta Airlines 777.

Mar 03, 2009
Do plane crashes happen in three? It may seem like a superstitious belief and not at all scientific, but AirSafe.com creator and leading aviation safety authority Dr. Todd Curtis says that there is some truth behind that belief.

Feb 10, 2009
The airline safety and security site AIrSafe.com has updated its information about the January 15, 2009 US Airways accident with additional information about bird strike related hazards and jet airliner ditching history,

Jan 18, 2009
On 15 January 2009, a US Airways A320 experienced a loss of power to both engines after striking a flock of birds shortly after taking off from New York's LaGuardia Airport. The crew ditched the aircraft in the Hudson River near Manhattan.


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