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Federal Aviation Administration

800 Independence Ave., SW

Washington, District of Columbia 20591

United States

Company Description

The Federal Aviation Administration Office of Commercial Space Transportation is the government agency charged with regulation of the commercial space industry. At present, space tourism is the most vulnerable sector of the commercial space industry and e ... more

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Aeronca Sedan

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I Fly America: Big Benefit

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By Della Swartz

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Della Swartz is an aerospace engineer at the FAA's Anchorage Aircraft Certification Office in Alaska. She soloed an airplane before she learned to drive a car and is part owner of an Aeronca Sedan.


LOBO Lancair Owners and Builders Organization

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In her article, "Small Cost, Big Benefit: A Look at Lifesaving Aircraft Safety Enhancements," FAA aerospace engineer Della Swartz offers a variety of improvements that can have a positive effect on your safety and well-being without an undue strain on the wallet. Among the enhancements described are inflatable restraints, or air bags, whose safety benefits NTSB recently highlighted. According to Swartz, inflatable restraint kits are available for about $1,000 per seat plus the cost of installation.


Check out the latest issue of ...

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Check out the latest issue of FAA Safety Briefing, which includes the article, "Small Cost, Big Benefit: A Look at Lifesaving Aircraft Safety Enhancements," by FAA aerospace engineer Della Swartz.

The article offers a variety of improvements that can have a positive effect on your safety and well-being without an undue strain on the wallet. Among the enhancements described are inflatable restraints, or air bags, whose safety benefits the NTSB recently highlighted. According to Swartz, inflatable restraint kits are available for about $1,000 per seat plus the cost of installation. The kit includes a shoulder harness, another inexpensive yet key life-saving device. Swartz also writes about helmets and emergency locator transmitters (ELT).


Check out the latest issue of ...

www.generalaviationnews.com [cached]

Check out the latest issue of FAA Safety Briefing, which includes the article, "Small Cost, Big Benefit: A Look at Lifesaving Aircraft Safety Enhancements," by FAA aerospace engineer Della Swartz.

The article offers a variety of improvements that can have a positive effect on your safety and well-being without an undue strain on the wallet. Among the enhancements described are inflatable restraints, or air bags, whose safety benefits the NTSB recently highlighted. According to Swartz, inflatable restraint kits are available for about $1,000 per seat plus the cost of installation. The kit includes a shoulder harness, another inexpensive yet key life-saving device. Swartz also writes about helmets and emergency locator transmitters (ELT).


Check out the latest issue of ...

www.generalaviationnews.com [cached]

Check out the latest issue of FAA Safety Briefing, which includes the article, "Small Cost, Big Benefit: A Look at Lifesaving Aircraft Safety Enhancements," by FAA aerospace engineer Della Swartz.

The article offers a variety of improvements that can have a positive effect on your safety and well-being without an undue strain on the wallet. Among the enhancements described are inflatable restraints, or air bags, whose safety benefits the NTSB recently highlighted. According to Swartz, inflatable restraint kits are available for about $1,000 per seat plus the cost of installation. The kit includes a shoulder harness, another inexpensive yet key life-saving device. Swartz also writes about helmets and emergency locator transmitters (ELT).

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