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David Pflieger Secrets of the Airplane

Secrets of the Airplane

For most of us, the airline industry is still somewhat mysterious. We don’t know much about how the industry operates, partly for security reasons and partly out of a need to protect sensitive corporate information. Yet, there are a few secrets that can help you get better rates and service the next time you fly. The Sweet Spot Believe it or not,… Read more →

David Pflieger Don't Take Off Your Shoes! An Airplane Survival Guide

Don’t Take Off Your Shoes! An Airplane Survival Guide

Frequent fliers understand that it just isn’t romantic to fly in economy class. Passengers often experience difficulties when they try to find space for their luggage. Seats are too close together, which makes it easier to catch colds and viruses. Any airplane, regardless of the class, is not an example of cleanliness at its best. According to Heather Poole, an… Read more →

David Pflieger The Heathrow Expansion: What is it?

The Heathrow Expansion: What is it?

European airports are generally busy, but none reaches the number of passengers that annually fly through London’s Heathrow Airport. Located a short distance outside the city center and easily accessible by the London Underground and other public transportation options, Heathrow has needed an expansion for years. That expansion is about to begin. Delays To The Heathrow Expansion A number of groups… Read more →

Dave Pflieger Deciding if ATOL is Worth It

Deciding if ATOL is Worth It

As the summer gears up for many in the United Kingdom, plenty of travelers question whether or not ATOL protection is necessary when booking holidays through various travel agencies in the UK. Since 1973, ATOL, Air Travel Organiser’s License, has helped protect UK citizens when booking holiday travel through UK travel agencies. In 2012, it was expanded to include certain online bookings.… Read more →

Dave Pflieger The Drone Dilemma

The Drone Dilemma

Since we began to fly, birds colliding into planes has been a major problem for pilots. Now, the airline industry is facing a similar problem with drones, except that drones do far more damage than birds. While we haven’t experienced a loss of life due to collisions with drones, airline administrators fear that’s just a matter of time. In 2017,… Read more →

Dave Pflieger Goodyear Aero: The Future of Cars

Goodyear Aero: The Future of Cars

Recently, at the Geneva International Motor Show, Goodyear revealed their latest concept tire, the AERO. They are really building onto the hype for flying vehicles. Goodyear has become the go-to for concept technology. They’ve developed tires that grow moss and even roll omnidirectionally. The AERO aims to be revolutionary. The goal is to act as a traditional tire. To propel… Read more →

Dave Pflieger Featured on

Hollywood producers looking to cast the role of a senior executive heading an airline flying to exotic destinations would easily select Dave Pflieger. He is smart, young, attractive, articulate and secretive. He has lived on the edge (Air Force pilots are considered macho); is self-confident (without being cocky), and welcomes the challenge of bringing the historically interesting but economically challenged… Read more →