Airbus Future eVTOL

The new Airbus eVTOL is fully generated by electric and its called CITYAIRBUS, the reason for this naming is that the eVTOL can go around a city not being used for traveling long distances. However, it can hold Four persons with a pilot and its remotely piloted electric vertical take-off and landing.

Airbus Foundation for Humanitarian Aid

Airbus Foundation has a world connection of airlines and other organizations to help and support youth and humanitarian Aids. Through out this Program, the Foundation services to Its customers to use the delivery of their new aircraft and contribute to humanitarian aid.

Boeing 787 Dream Jet

The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is the most popular aircraft in the world at this time, this aircraft changed airliner flights in terms of passenger comfort solutions. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner version with twin engine, is a wide-body aircraft and consists of 50% composite materials. Because of the design it is lighter, consumes less fuel andContinue reading “Boeing 787 Dream Jet”

What did COVID-19 pandemic do to Airbus. ( Financially )

Airbus has today released its third-quarter financial results. Like all companies across the aviation industry, the European plane manufacturer has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in addition to the sudden lack of demand for new commercial aircraft. The company said that it had incurred €1 billion of COVID-19 pandemic.

Boeing Will cut the half 737 MAX Deliveries Targeted For 2021

Boeing has decreased its ambitious plans among the 737 Max deliveries, the plan was that they were able to deliver 450 aircraft. The airline now only expects to deliver about half of that, or around 225 aircraft by the end of 2021, with the remaining being delivered in 2022.

Boeing invented an ultraviolet wand to test surface cleaning

In cooperation with the University of Arizona, Boeing has tested out its cleaning methodologies using a live virus and a real aircraft. The manufacture tested cleaning with chemical disinfectant and Boeing ultraviolet wand therefore it was proven to destroy the virus.

Airbus is planning to expand the A320 production next year

Airbus has issued over the planned production ramp-up of its single-aisle aircraft to 47 or more units a month, Airbus has told its supply-chain partners to be ready by July 2021 as it anticipates a strong recovery for the industry.

Boeing on its way to produce a new aircraft, but it’s not the NMA

Boeing announced in an early discussion about working on a new commercial aircraft. The United States-based manufacturer has spoken with the likes of plane leasing firms and suppliers about the prospects. This plane is not the previously anticipated NMA (New Midsize Jet).

Boeing has reduced its 10-year market outlook by 11%

Boeing has reduced its 10-year market outlook for the new aircraft as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The aircraft manufacturer believes that the total market value of aerospace products and services over the next 10 years will be 11% lower than its previous estimate.

FAA Reporting on Boeing 737 Max pilot Training

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced a report on the proposing pilot training procedures for the Boeing 737 MAX. The report could be a significant step forward for the recertification of the aircraft, which has been grounded for over 18 months after two fatal crashes.

The New Airbus A220-100 private Business Jet

Airbus has revealed a A220 business jet, Called the ACJ TwoTwenty or 220 business jet, it is like the Gulf Stream or Bombardier. The purpose of this design was that some owners of private Jets may need a larger private jet, hence the manufacturer’s new designation: “the xtra large biz jet.”

Boeing Airpower Teaming System

The Boeing Airpower Teaming System (ATS), also known as the Boeing Loyal Wingman project, is an unnamed stealth aerial vehicle in development by Boeing Australia to perform autonomous missions using artificial intelligence.

FAA Chief satisfied after testing the 737 Max

FAA chief, Steve Dickson flew alone in the 737 Max to test the aircraft and he indicated that he is very satisfied with the 737 Max but recertification is not released yet. The agency is still working with other regulators to get the MAX in the air.

What is the humanitarian delivery flight program developed by BOEING ?

What is humanitarian program? The Humanitarian Delivery Flight Program was developed in 1992 as between Boeing and its customers to transport humanitarian supplies assistance around the world on newly delivered airplanes with otherwise empty cargo holds.

The Boeing 777X Engine ( GE9X ) took the certification from the FAA.

The GE9X one of the biggest and most powerful engine for any aircraft has been manufactured as well as developed by GE Aviation ( General Electric ) specially designed for the 777X, this engine type is now certified from the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA). The test went through 5000 hours of examination and tests toContinue reading “The Boeing 777X Engine ( GE9X ) took the certification from the FAA.”

EASA looking forward in November to release the 737 Max BAN

EASA, European Aviation Safety Agency, is expecting to lift the Boeing 737 MAX ban. The whole Boeing 737 MAX family has been grounded for many months after two extreme accidents. The two incidents had the same reasons for the crash.

FAA advocates the Airlines to warn the pilots about a Boeing 787’s ILS Issue

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued a Special Airworthiness Information Bulletin for operators of Boeing’s Dreamliner on Thursday. The bulletin applies to the three Dreamliner models, the 787-8, 787-9, and 787-10. The FAA indicates the possibility of the autopilot flight director system failing to intercept the localizer on an ILS approach.

FAA administrator set to fly the Boeing 737 Max next week.

On September 30th, FAA administrator Steve Dickson is expected to pilot the 737 Max next week. Previously the FAA stated that Dickson personally will fly the plane before the type is recertified, and is now getting ready to act on that statement.

FAA And EASA found a certain A320 Neo engine problem with the fuel used in the A320

Airlines use a popular fuel preservative called KATHON FP 1.5 biocide to counter microbial contamination and other operational problems in refined fuel. But according to both EASA and the FAA, it is potentially unsafe for the aircraft engine.

Airbus revealed three concepts plane( Zero Emission)

Toulouse, 21 September 2020 Airbus has reveals three concepts commercial planes and the goal of these three aircraft is to celebrate zero emission which could enter service in 2035. It will change the whole aviation in the future. Each of these concept aircraft has difference in their wide-body, design, and aerodynamics, but they all relyContinue reading “Airbus revealed three concepts plane( Zero Emission)”

New FIRST CLASS with doors launched by British Airways Boeing 777-300ER

British Airways’ new Boeing 777-300ER jets will include upgraded first-class suites with sliding doors, The move follows the launch of the carrier’s Club Suite business class product last year, which also features a sliding privacy door and which has been well received by customers.

What is the Boeing 777X current status?

There has been lot of excitement towards the 777X program since it was announced in 2013. Many airlines were looking forward to getting their hands on the 777-8 and 777-9 jets. However, there has been a twist in the industry this year, which has impacted the introduction of the widebodies.

What do you know about the best AIRPORT in the Globe?

Singapore Changi International Airport, commonly known as Changi Airport is a significant civilian airport in addition its one of the largest transportation centres in Asia. It’s rated the world’s best airport by Skytrax, the airport has won the eighth in a row since 2013.

What do you know about Emirates First class?

Only 5% of the world population has ever been on a plane, so you can consider yourself lucky if you have ever taken a flight before. However, some privileged passengers take their air travel to a whole different level.

EASA Completes Boeing 737 MAX Test Flights

EASA, European Union Aviation Safety Agency declared two days ago the completion of Boeing 737 MAX’s test flights in Canada. The data will be analyzed before a meeting of the Joint Operations Evaluation Board next week. The agents from the aviation authorities will evaluate the aircraft before returning it to service.

Why do pilot eats different food than the passengers?

The life of everyone on board any aircraft all comes down to the pilots. Such as the safety and the controlled flight deck. So when pilots show up to work, they are given totally different regulations then the rest of passengers on the plane. One being that the co-pilot and captain should NOT eat theContinue reading “Why do pilot eats different food than the passengers?”

Airbus A380s’ Retirement

The Super-jet aircraft, the A380, the world’s biggest passenger aircraft that is well known in making flights more comfortable and luxurious. Super-jet aircraft will be stopped in 2021 -Traveller.com It entered the service on the 25th of October 2007, Singapore Airlines were the first to operate it. But in 2019, some airlines that operated theContinue reading “Airbus A380s’ Retirement”

The next generation of Aircraft (V-shaped)

KLM ( Royal Dutch Airlines) CEO Pieter Elbers and Dean Of the faculty of Aerospace Engineering at Delta University of Technology (TU Delft) professor Henri Werij had signed a cooperative contract by manufacturing a flight concept known as V-Shaped and has the potential Shaped aircraft, which has totally different design, structure and Long distance flight.