News about Flight Safety Detectives Greg Feith and John Goglia

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Greg Feith Special Guest on SocialFlightLive!

Aircraft accidents and incidents are in the news more than ever before…but WHY? Is flying getting more dangerous or is the reporting just getting more sensational?

Greg Feith gets to the bottom of it on SocialFlight Live! Greg Feith is a former Senior Air Safety Investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board. Among his many accomplishments, he is known for leading the investigation team that climbed Bolivia’s Mt. Illimani to an elevation of over 21,000 feet to conduct the Crash Investigation of the Eastern Air Lines Flight 980, a Boeing 727.

“SocialFlight Live!” is a live broadcast dedicated to supporting General Aviation pilots and enthusiasts during these challenging times.

U.S. Boeing’s door plug installation process for the 737 Max 9 is “concerning,” airline safety expert says

John Goglia is the expert on tap for CBS’s coverage of the plug door issue on the 737 Max 9.

General Aviation News Features Episode 196

General Aviation News featured Flight Safety Detectives Episode 196, “A Lack of Operational Discipline by Pilots.”

Grounding of Boeing 737 Max 9s affecting Chicago flights

Greg Feith is the expert analyst in this CBS news report about Boeing 737 Max 9s being grounded until they can be inspected. This comes just days after a door plug flew off an Alaska Airlines flight just 10 minutes after takeoff.

Some 737 Max 9 aircrafts returning to service after part blew off Alaska Airlines plane

Greg Feith provides expert analysis of the 737 Max 9 plug door issue in this news segment about some 737 Max 9 aircrafts returning to service.

Greg in the simulator at Boeing Headquarters in Seattle.

Greg Feith Named NAA McDonald Award Honoree

Each year, the National Aeronautic Association (NAA) presents the McDonald Award. The award honors outstanding living Americans who, through their efforts over an extended period of years, have made significant contributions to aeronautics and reflected credit upon America and themselves. This year’s winners are Gregory Feith, Wilson Leach, Jim Richmond, and Robert Stangarone.

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