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An Interview With Christine Negroni, Author of “The Crash Detectives”

Earlier this week, we had the pleasure to speak with Christine Negroni the author of Deadly Departure and newly released The Crash Detectives. Negroni is a contributor to ABC News and the New York Times covering all things aviation. Starting by covering TWA flight 800 for CNN, Negroni evolved into a true AvGeek and was nice enough to share some of her stories with us.

In her books, Negroni discusses the investigation of TWA flight 800 as well as the less known stories of the aviation world leading up to this event and of course the most recent mysteries behind MH370 and the evidence involved.

Christine had this to say regarding MH370, “…and that plane flew until it ran out of fuel.” For more insight and background, check out the soundbite below.

Check out her website (http://christinenegroni.com) along with her new book, The Crash Detectives.


AirlineGeeks.com Staff


  • Shane Piper

    Shane started as an airline geek on the first day that his mother brought him to work with her as a kid at Dulles Airport. Visiting the ground control tower, driving out on the ramp, and even sitting in the engines, he knew this was something awesome. After learning all the aircraft types and collecting countless model planes, he was addicted. After college, Shane worked at the FAA command center and gained in-depth knowledge of the industry he already loved. For over 5 years, he has worked mainly in Information Technology with the Department of Defense and various military organizations, however continues to grow his passion for aviation and the world of flying. Still today he can’t go to the airport without staring out towards the runway or look up to the sounds of something overhead.

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