Interview

Post pandemic air travel: interview with Enzo Zangrilli

AIR Convention Digital Week is only two weeks away. Before the conference goes live on June 15th, AIR Convention team asked the speakers to share their opinions about the challenges brought to the aviation industry by the coronavirus crisis. ...


Planning airline recovery during coronavirus outbreak

Over the past few weeks worldwide (and past few months in Asia), the aviation world has been grappling with the changed reality amid the coronavirus COVID-19 crisis. As world closed borders, airlines were forced to cancel flights in bulk, now resolving to grounding better part, if not whole, of their fleets and letting people go on indefinite and often unpaid leaves, making obscure promises of coming back from this stronger than ever. But what do...


How airlines deal with emergency situations? [Interview]

When the time of crisis comes and the worst happens, nobody wants to be in their shoes. But it is their job to rise to the occasion and respond in emergency situations as quickly and efficiently as possible. AeroTime has talked with Susanna Halonen-Manner, the Vice President Emergency Response in Norwegian Group Airlines since 2015, on the role of leadership, organizational expertise, and the hard facts of crisis communication. ...


Forza Italia, Forza Frecce Tricolori! Emanuele Savani interview

We sit down and talk with Captain Emanuele Savani, the 1st Right Wingman of one of the most famous aerobatic teams, the Frecce Tricolori....


Heroines of skies: Interview with Radmila Tonković

Who were the first female astronomers? The first woman to teach her son to fly? What are Night Witches and why are they special? “Sky Heroines of the world” answers these questions, telling the stories of 2,000 female pilots throughout time, celebrating the special role of women in aviation history. AeroTime has spoken with the author of the book, professor Radmila Tonković. Having served in the Air Force Air Defense Command of Y...


How CubeSats revolutionize scientific space research? [Interview]

The era of CubeSats is definitely in full swing. CubeSats ‒ tiny, versatile spacecraft ‒ are small satellites commonly used in low Earth orbit (LEO) for various applications, such as remote sensing and communications.   ...


What Candidates Really Think of Job Interviews

In order to get better at something we have to listen to those who participate in them.Both sides that is.Most interviews are created from the point of view of the employer. The things the employer ne...


Aviation Tech Talks: Why do airlines stay behind on new tech?

The airline industry has become quite famous for lagging behind other industries when it comes to technology. Despite aviation being one of the most technically sophisticated industries out there, decades old software and operational glitches still persist. To find out what may be the reason for airlines’ reluctance to embrace innovation, AeroTime sat down with SIGMO Airline Databases’ CEO Manuel Javorik. ...


What Does it Take to Become a Pilot?

What does it take to become a pilot?Recently,we asked a pilot to answer some questions about  his way towards a successful and fulfilling career in aviation...