if you could change something in civil aviation what would you change?

if you could change something in civil aviation what would you change?

The prices jkjk

Honestly, I would say not much right now. Only to introduce more fuel efficient aircraft. Might think of more.

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Make flights FREEEEEEEEE

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How would the pilots get paid. Most airlines pay their pilots from the cargo and passengers money. However, it really is a good idea! image going in for free! More like hassle free 😉

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The 747-8i was popular (why was this flagged? Is someone a Boeing hater?)

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Getting rid of TSA.

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Lower the rate of flight training. There is absolutely no reason for how expensive training is.

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I agree, from a good university which is known for aviation such as the University Of North Dakota, 4 years with an aviation degree and the hours is around 300,000$.

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I would push more flight schools vs colleges/universities for aviation.

I would change the legroom for some airlines seats here in North America and in Europe.

Rules on take off or landing… The rules that you need to remove headphones which is annoying… Just make it that you need to be awake for take off and landing…

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Now, I know we all hate TSA when we accidentally put our toothpaste in our backpack instead of our suitcase. But, TSA does alot to keep us safe.

#FakeNews they don’t do anything lol

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https://www.foxnews.com/travel/heroic-tsa-agent-saves-man-having-heart-attack-at-airport

You were saying?

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We also had a good convo here:

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I liked both posts because there is evidence. ;)

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I would like to point out, the reason we don’t see alot of articles about TSA agents finding bombs at the security checkpoints is because terrorists don’t try to. That is mainly because TSA would most likely find the device.

If we ever would see the dismantling of TSA, then terrorists WOULD try to get bombs and other stuff onto planes.

According to TSA they’re 95% not likely to find it.

I highly doubt that lol

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I would enforce a law to give 1 free cookie and water to every passenger during flight. :)

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I’m just saying. While the original intent for the creation of TSA was to actively find terrorist devices and prevent them from boarding at airports, at this point terrorists don’t want to test it, and see if they get through. Because that 5% success rate could involve that ONE terrorist plot.