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Norman L. Rose

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Travel Tech Consulting, Inc. http://www.traveltechnology.com is an independent consulting firm specializing in emerging technology that impacts the travel industry. In addition to working with travel and technology firms on marketing and procurement strategies, http://www.traveltechnology.com/clients.html , Travel Tech Consulting Inc. publishes research on various travel related technology topics.

Cal Taylor

U.S.
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Questions about the Douglas C-133 Cargomaster, its history, operations and technical information. I wrote and published the definitive history of the C-133, Remembering an Unsung Giant: The Douglas C-133 Cargomaster and Its People. Someone has done a good job of extracting material from my book for the article about the C-133 on AllExperts. I AM NOT an expert on educational opportunities in India or other countries and request that such questions be directed elsewhere. I will not answer such questions because I do not have the knowledge to do so adequately.

David A. NewMyer

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I can answer questions about aviation industry employment, airports and airport planning and aviation industry regulation (overall regulation of the industry--who regulates what and why).

Marc Ebelini

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Basis aircraft and engine maintenance. Avionics and other electronic questions related to computers and radio communications.

Laura Laster

U.S.
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I can help with questions about aviation disasters, aircraft operations especially general aviation and King Air information, aviation safety, and education questions on how to get into an aviation career. I can also answer general aviation questions as I am a commercial multi-engine pilot. I cannot answer questions about flight training or MBA schools in countries other than the USA or provide advice for non-US citizens interested in flight training. I cannot answer questions advising you what school to choose. I have no experience with aeronautical engineering so I cannot answer questions relating to engineering or schooling for aeronautical engineers. PLEASE don't ask me questions about any kind of engineering because it is outside my area of expertise, and I will NOT answer your question. I also cannot help you to choose a master's program for study as I do not have a master's degree in aviation. I cannot help with MBA advice.

Mark Janus

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions regarding aerodynamics, fluid flow, and computational simulations.

J. Zumwalt

U.S.
Available
Aeronautical Engineer, Pilot & Air-frame & Power-plant mechanic (A&P), Current president of EAA (experimental Aircraft Association) chapter 837 (Payette, ID), Past instructor, computers, robotics and aviation, Past Director of Maintenance (two airlines), Past Continental Airlines shift supervisor (Anchorage, Alaska)

D. Norkus

U.S.
Available
I can address questions about airline pilot employment & entry level airline careers in the United States, women pilots, flight training, pilot certification, U.S. flight scholarships (mostly for women), aviation & airline safety topics, aviation accident investigation and airline operations. ***Please note, I cannot address flight training & career queries from outside the United States, or aero engineering degree programs/careers, aviation management topics. ****

Mark Smith

U.K.
Available
I can answer questions on the history and technical aspects of Zeppelins/German Rigid Airships.

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2017-01-31 Seats location in Commercial airlines.:

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