Below are some articles I have written in classes during college.
Research related to the dangers in automation in the aviation domain and how it compares to the two most recent Boeing 737 Max accidents. (This article was written before the final NTSB report was released).
Advantages for businesses to own their own aircraft.
Ramifications of the cost of purchasing a general aviation airplane for the future of aviation in the US
The increase in the cost of owning a general aviation aircraft has risen at a rate roughly equal to the increase in the cost of living but the cost of purchasing a general aviation aircraft has risen at a rate far exceeding the cost of living.
My love for travel ultimately led me to the field of aviation.
Scientists are looking into using plants to make airports a safer place.
This article discusses Atlantic Coast Airlines / United Express Flight 6291 and a few of the human factors that aided in the crash.
A new space race may launch us to more technological advances with little downfall.
History, types of services, fleet information, safety, and community involvement of the Hill Aircraft FBO.
A look at how NASA’s culture as an HRO had an impact on the Columbia space shuttle disaster.
The goal of the NTSB is to determine the probable cause of accidents and issues safety recommendations. It does not determine fault or liability. For this reason, whether or not NTSB investigation reports should be admissible as evidence in court has been a controversial issue for years.
Personal Account: How John Izzo’s book, “Stepping Up: How Taking Responsibility Changes Everything” changed me
My personal account on how reading John Izzo’s book, “Stepping Up: How Taking Responsibility Changes Everything” changed me during my second semester in college.
Natalia Welton-Torres grew up in Columbus, Ohio and studied Aviation Management at Kent State University. Natalia is interested in all things aviation-related, animal-related, and can always be found with a coffee in hand.