Michał Płachecki, absolwent Politechniki Opolskiej na kierunku Inżynierii Środowiska oraz Dolnośląskiej Szkoły Wyższej ze specjalizacją - Zarządzanie Bezpieczeństwem Lotnictwa Cywilnego. Od 2010 r. Koordynator Ruchu Lotniczego Naziemnego na lotnisku Wrocław-Strachowice.
Wywiad został oparty na osobistych doświadczeniach, zarówno pracownika Portu Lotniczego Wrocław S.A., jak i pasjonata lotnictwa.
Interview with Karlene Petitt who currently is an A330 international airline pilot living in Seattle. She is type-rated on the B747-400, B747-200, B767, B757, B737, B727 and A330 aircraft. Karlene holds MBA and MHS degrees, and is currently working on her PhD at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Aviation, with a focus on safety. She has flown for Coastal Airways, Evergreen, Braniff, Guyana and Tower Air. She has instructed at America West Airlines, Premair, Guyana, and has also flown and instructed for a northwest airline on the 747-400 and 747-200. She has spent 21 years training pilots, and has been instrumental in training program development at multiple airlines.
Mateusz Kuszela, podróżnik, miłośnik lotnictwa, poliglota. Były pracownik call center Lufthansy i Swiss International Airlines. Absolwent stosunków międzynarodowych - wschodoznawstwa. Obecnie Kierownik Projektu w jednej z wrocławskich firm.
Interview with Dave Hook, licensed pilot for over 37 years, who earned his Private Pilot License while he was a student in high school. He is a 1984 graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and was a cadet glider instructor pilot. Serving over 20 years in the Air Force, Dave has flown the Lockheed C-130 Hercules, Cessna T-37B Tweet, Beechcraft T-1A Jayhawk, Beechcraft C-12D Huron, CASA 212 Aviocar, Antonov AN2 “Colt,” and the Basler Turbo Conversion’s highly modified C-47T Turbo Dakota. He served as U.S. Air Attaché in West Africa, an Air Commando A-Team leader in the War on Terror, and has flown all over the world.
After retiring from the Air Force, Dave opened Planehook Aviation Services, LLC. He consults with airports and flight departments on how to improve their security and security training. He is also the publisher for General Aviation Security, a magazine published four times a year that focuses on safety and security for general aviation around the world.