Christine Negroni writes about aviation safety for The New York Times, Air & Space, Airways and other publications. She is the safety consultant to ABC News and worked with the network in Malaysia during its coverage of the disappearance of Malaysia 370. Her book about the accident has just been published by Penguin in the United States and Atlantic Books in the UK.
She was the chief of investigations for the aviation law firm Kreindler & Kreindler from 2000 to 2008. Prior to that she covered aviation for CNN. Her work on the crash of TWA Flight 800 led her to write the New York Times Notable Book of the Year, Deadly Departure, published by HarperCollins.
As a result of that book she was asked to serve as a voting member of the FAA’s rulemaking advisory committee on aging aircraft systems which she did for five years.
In addition to her journalism assignments, she writes the aviation blog, Flying Lessons and the travel blog, Go How Know How.