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AirSafe.com Reveals the Secrets of its Success

07-02-2008 02:23 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: AirSafe.com

/ PR Agency: AirSafe Media
Seattle, WA – July 2, 2008 – On the twelfth anniversary of its launch, AirSafe.com reveals the secrets of its longevity and success in the special podcast series The Secrets of AirSafe.com. Each week, AirSafe.com founder Dr. Todd Curtis will share many of the key insights and practices that have allowed AirSafe.com to thrive since its launch on July 3, 1996. Each show explores a different aspect of the site, and offers listeners a rare opportunity to get an inside look at how to successfully identify, expand, and serve an online audience. Visit secrets.airsafe.org to hear the series, and visit podcast.airsafe.org to check out other AirSafe.com podcasts.

Dr. Todd Curtis launched AirSafe.com with a simple mission – to provide the public with factual and timely information on major events that aviation safety and aviation security. The site has become one of the most widely recognized airline safety and security resources on the Internet, providing insight and analysis of major events such as TWA Flight 800 and the attacks of 9/11, and providing insights into other issues that concern the flying public.

Along the way, the site and its creator have expanded the information and services available to the public. In addition to information on airliner accidents and incidents, the site provides extensive resources for dealing with airport security and baggage issues, guidance on filing airline complaints, and fear of flying resources.

About Dr. Curtis

A former USAF flight test engineer and Boeing airline safety engineer, Dr. Curtis has earned engineering degrees from Princeton and MIT, and a doctorate in Aviation Risk Assessment from the Union Institute. He authored the 2000 book “Understanding Aviation Safety Data” and the 2007 book “Parenting and the Internet.” Dr. Curtis has provided expert insight and analysis to CNN, CBS, NBC, the New York Times, Time Magazine, Wall Street Journal, and other media outlets. He is also a licensed private pilot and a member of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators.

Press Contact: Dr. Todd Curtis
AirSafe.com
24 Roy St., #302
Seattle, WA 98109
Phone: 206-300-8727
http://www.AirSafe.com
tcurtis@airsafe.com

Since its inception, the goals of AirSafe.com have been to provide the aviation safety community and the general public with factual and timely information on events that involve the deaths of airline passengers. AirSafe.com also provides fatal event information by airline and aircraft model, as well as information about current aviation safety issues.

In addition to an extensive collection of fatal event records from over 100 airlines, AirSafe.com provides a range of information and resources, including information on fear of flying, filing airline complaints, and links to numerous travel and travel-safety oriented online resources.

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