About Armando Poeta
Before joining Boeing, he was a cadet at the Italian Air Force Academy and went on to become a military navigator trained in the USA. Armando Poeta served in the Italian Air Force for 19 years after which he moved to the US, where he continued his journey as a commercial pilot working for companies such as Ameriflight, Republic Airline, and Compass Airline, etc. He is a certified FAA commercial pilot and a Certified Flight Instructor.
Articles Published by Armando
According to a 2014 survey by Red Cross, only 56% of Americans can swim well enough to save their lives. Armando Poeta sees such data as disappointing, not just because swimming is a survival skill,
Looking at Futuristic Developments in Aviation with Armando Poeta Armando Poeta remarks on how we are currently witnessing an exciting era of transformation in the aviation industry. It is a wave of innovation, unlocking a
Becoming a pilot is something every child dreams of at some point. Armando Poeta had the same dream which he fulfilled first by serving in the Italian Airforce and then working as a flight instructor
Today, technology is changing everything for the better. Efforts are underway in all industries to use technology to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and build more sustainable alternatives to how things are presently done. In the
Overview Advancing technology has led to many developments including in industries like aviation. Further integrating technology such as voice control programming in autopilot is another step toward the future. It will help pilots focus better,
The world economy has been hard hit by the pandemic and its consequences. A lot of industries are feeling the burn of recession and struggling to find innovative ways to cut costs while maintaining quality.
Flying has become safer over the years, with the number of accidents and fatalities reducing progressively. Statistics show a variety of reasons for aviation accidents with human errors coming top of the list. The actual
Every year, over 5000 applications are sent to the Italian Air Force. Only 100 are selected to start training. In August 1994 Armando Poeta was one of them. The military branch is passionate about finding