This doughty workhorse of the tarmac goes into action when it’s time to push an aircraft back from the gate at which it’s parked so that it can taxi out onto the runway. Fascinating to watch!
This subset of aviation geeks not only follow the industry avidly but who also spend as much of their free time as possible “on the hunt”, hunkered down for hours around airports watching and usually photographing commercial airliners taking off and landing
Several basic steps you can take, beginning when you're planning your trip, to make that trip an emotionally positive experience.
In the popular imagination, being an airline pilot is one of the most interesting and glamorous jobs out there. Many of us have questions on what it's like, so we asked five of those common questions, and here's what a couple of pilots told us.
People with aerophobia can read all the advice and pointers and tips they want, and whilst still understanding all of it intellectually, their fear might still be stubbornly hard to vanquish. Because all of that will make little difference if without understanding where it comes from.
I joined Iberia in 2014 after working for another airline in Caracas airport. Iberia made me an offer and I didn’t hesitate! My permanent residence, where my family lives, is Madrid. Owing to political and social circumstances, we left Venezuela in 2018. But I’m currently living in Havana.
What to See in Cali. Iberia’s New Colombian Destination, by Iberia Cabin Attendant Robin Muñoz, a Cali Native
Born in Colombia and resident in Spain, Iberia cabin attendant Robin Muñoz has dual nationality. “I feel very lucky to have the two nationalities and feel like a representative of the two prettiest countries in the world."
I joined Iberia 20 years ago. I had dreamed of working for this company because when I was nine years old my mother worked in the home of a woman who was a check-in supervisor at the Santo Domingo airport. I was fascinated by everything she told me about her work.