Justin Abrams

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Justin Abrams is a first officer for a major US airline. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation with a minor in Security and Intelligence from the Ohio State University in 2015. In addition to his studies, Justin was involved in general aviation safety research and numerous student organizations. Before joining the airlines, he gained experience as a flight instructor and as a pilot for a Part 135 company. He holds CL-65 and A-320 type ratings. Throughout his career he has served as a pilot recruiter and interviewer, a New Hire Pilot Mentor, and as a volunteer for two ALPA committees.

Critiquing Performance

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A popular industry phrase you have most likely heard goes, “A good pilot is always learning.” One that is equally true but much less...

CrossCheck Hub

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What is CrossCheck Hub? CrossCheck Hub is a data-driven, multi-service platform built on the cloud-based Salesforce platform. For the aviation industry, it is the first...

Logging More than Just Flight Hours

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Flight training is a lengthy and arduous process. It takes significant effort and determination to earn all of the licenses and ratings that are...

Hail

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As we approach the much anticipated warmer summer months we must shift our threat analysis to another category of weather phenomena. Summer brings with...

Back in Demand

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The events of the past year have once again brought to light how quickly things can change in aviation. Just months after airlines posted...

Active Frost

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We are all too familiar with frost as a pesky winter phenomenon. Though we normally view it as an inconvenience that must be scraped...

Foggy Days, Foggy Nights

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When it comes to weather phenomenon, a deeper understanding of formation allows pilots to better understand the associated risks and prepare more thoroughly for...

From their Backs to the History Books

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What started as a journey to photograph a small number of original World War II A-2 bomber jackets for 65-year-old John Slemp may well...

Future Inflation Risk and the Importance of Prudent Spending in Today’s...

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Think back to the best high school or college class you ever took. One of my favorite subjects was economics. That’s because, whether it...

Lifting Weights