On Thursday September 27, The Washington Post hosted a discussion on 'The Economics of the Aviation Industry'.
It was part of a series of talks examining all aspects of the aviation industry, with speakers including leaders in politics, the aviation industry, engineering and academia.
The link below has clips that showed the varying opinions, perspectives and thoughts about the future of aviation.
So, what is the future of aviation?
Are there still billions to be made commercially? With fewer pilots, can the industry sustain?
Is a military focus the only way to make money?
And what roll will technology be playing when it comes to drones, the environment and better planes?
There were a lot of topics and many questions asked.
That’s where the experts from Farmingdale State College can help.
Dr. Michael Canders is an Associate Professor and Director of the Aviation Center at Farmingdale. He has flown airplanes and helicopters for over four decades and is an expert in aviation and flight safety. Michael is available to speak about this topic – simply click on his icon to arrange an interview.
Michael Canders Aviation Center Director, Associate Professor
Dr. Canders is an airline transport pilot, commercial helicopter pilot, and drone pilot with more than 4,000 flying hours experience.