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Its less complicated than it seems.
Christine Negroni describes in her book, The Crash Detectives, a detailed theoretical account about what happened aboard Malaysia Airlines flight MH370..
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Excellent Write-up... Exciting insight with past references... 'OCCAM'S RAZOR' is key!... Its a page turner for sure!... Must read for all Aviation Enthusiasts!
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Tom Hanks plays Capt. Sullenberger in "Sully" Photo courtesy Warner Brothers Much has already been written, including my own story in today's New York Times, about the new Warner Brothers movie "Sully" and its departure from reality when it comes to the investigation into the Miracle on the Hudson. But you've got your [...]
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FLYING LESSONS HAS MOVED
Please visit at my new home, christinenegroni.com
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This is no April Fool's prank, Flying Lessons has taken off to an exciting new destination.
Recently I asked readers, what I should do to celebrate when Flying Lessons achieves one million page views. And while many people suggested having a cocktail or going flying (not at the same time of course) I was unknowingly...
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Some airports already restrict entry to the departure area as a security measure. Will others follow? 
Damage at the airport in Brussels Via Twitter @infos140 A bomb in the departure area of Brussels Airport that killed at least 26 people this morning is already prompting discussion about how to better secure public areas of a...
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Malaysian investigators perfect the art of appearances while overlooking evidence in lost airliner mystery #MH370. http://christinenegroni.com/time-stop-obsessing-mh370s-black-boxes/
After 31 months of uncertainty and more than $120 million dollars spent in the search for the wreckage of Malaysia 370, it is long past time for investigators to broaden the focus of their search. Since March 8, 2014 when the plane made an inexplicable change of course and flew into the Indian Ocean with 239 people on board, air safety investigators have pinned their hopes on finding the cockpit voice and flight data recorders. The Malaysians hav...
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The Crash Detectives is
featured on Ann Nyberg's segment of WTNH Channel 8 and on her website. Watch it here.
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Excellent Write-up... Exciting insight with past references... 'OCCAM'S RAZOR' is key!... Its a page turner for sure!... Must read for all Aviation Enthusiasts!

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Are we looking at the first crash in a post-black box future?
The Emirates Boeing 777 burns on the runway at Dubai International Airport The terrified passengers on Emirates Flight 521 may have still been running across the runway after the Boeing 777 crash landed, while unseen critical information about what went wrong was already being sent to the airline. A tiny transmitting device, small [...]
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Feel like slowing down and seeing more? Try a trip on two wheels.
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Come Fly With Me
Recently I asked readers, what I should do to celebrate when Flying Lessons achieves one million page views. And while many people
suggested having a cocktail or going flying (not at the same time of course) I
was unknowingly, already working on the perfect...
Recently I asked readers, what I should do to celebrate when Flying Lessons achieves one million page views. And while many people suggested having a cocktail or going flying (not at the same time of course) I was unknowingly...
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Writer, traveler, aviation buff
Introduction
Christine NegroniMy life as an aviation writer began with the crash of TWA Flight 800 in 1996. I covered it for CNN and my book about it, Deadly Departure was published in 2000. This piqued my interest in all kinds of flying and the mix of human, mechanical, technological and scientific factors that make it possible. Safety in particular intrigued me so I became an investigator for a New York aviation law firm. 
I am not a pilot or an engineer. My outsider status prompted the FAA to include me on a committee creating new rules for aging airplane wiring. I brought a non-technical perspective to the task. So some years have passed and I’ve “kicked the tin” on a few airplanes as the expression goes. Now write on aviation for The New York Times and I lecture at colleges and conferences. I often appear on those disaster documentaries that run on Discovery or History or the Learning Channel. I no longer claim to be an outsider. 
Aviation has its warts. But no other industry has learned and incorporated so much knowledge about human behavior into its operations. My unique vantage point these past 18 years gives me just the right altitude from which to write Flying Lessons.
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Freelance writer specializing in aviation and travel.
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  • Kreindler & Kreindler LLP
    Investigator
  • CNN
    Correspondent
  • CBS News
    Correspondent
  • WGN Continental Broadcasting Co
    Reporter
  • WFSB Channel 3
    Reporter
  • New Jersey Public Television
  • KSLA Channel 12
    News Anchor
  • WMAZ TV
    Reporter/Anchor
  • WMBL Radio
    News reporter
  • Connecticut Public Television
    Reporter
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Beautiful, clean, uncrowded, peaceful, bathroom facilities, water fountain, public transportation, bike racks, picnic tables.
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I stayed at the hotel for two nights while attending a conference nearby. The check in was friendly and efficient. While the exterior of the hotel is beautiful, as are the grounds, the hall and my room were underwhelming. I was traveling alone but the room had a both a king and a twin bed. The room was very clean. Dirty room service dishes were on the floor outside my door in the hall and the hall had an unpleasant smell. Wifi was intermittent. Breakfast was plentiful and the food was good. Front desk staff was extraordinarily pleasant.
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