Air Flight

Air Flight

If you are an experienced air traveler or a novice, John Cronin's book, "Flight answer your questions," has a little something for everyone.

Written more as a reference guide, Cronin's book covers the many questions the flying public can have before, during and after the flight. Cronin, divided his book into seven sections, each with several questions with detailed answers: flight cancellations and delays, baggage handling, weather, air traffic control, airports, aircraft, and pilots. Your questions are written in base form, very similar to the questions of a passenger in question would ask you not familiar with the flight. For example, a question that includes: what are these little pieces of metal in a straight line from the wing? It details his answer with the explanation that it is the vortex generators, which create a vortex of air that prevents separate wing or other surface area on an aircraft. Cronin breaks additional explanations with details additional and often includes a picture or graphic support for visual stress response.

For those who frequently take to the air, Cronin covers many of the questions more difficult on the instrumentation of aircraft, airport markings, and the cabin pressure, which are things you probably know something about it, but may be unable to give a satisfactory answer to the passengers of inquiry. Although the questions may seem more geared toward passengers flying on an airliner, aircraft crew Cronin businesses can find a useful reference book to have available to its passengers as well.

Matthew Keegan is the owner of a successful web design and marketing company based in North Carolina, USA. He manages several sites including the Corporate Flight Attendant Community at and the Aviation Employment Board at

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