American Airlines: Planning to cut new added Fleet

American Airlines is planning to ditch the new additions to the fleet from Airbus A330-200s to the list of aircraft types. This plan comes after the event of the pandemic. The airline has already retired 150 airplanes in their fleet including Boeing 757s and 767s, Embraer E190s, Airbus A330-300s, Bombardier CRJ200s. Out total of 1350Continue reading “American Airlines: Planning to cut new added Fleet”

Configuration: Tail design (V-Tail)

In the history of aircraft designs, the tail has served a main function other than the various configurations known now which is the stability. The horizontal tail provides longitudinal stability and pitch control and the vertical tail provides a directional stability and yaw control.

The relaunch of Flybe

Flybe is one of the airlines that suffered during the current crisis the collapse of flybe made loss of more than 2,000 jobs, this was because of the current spread of Covid-19 early this year in Europe. Flybe is one of Europe’s largest independent regional airline operating 80% or more flights from Southampton, Exeter andContinue reading “The relaunch of Flybe”

Europe’s aviation: Boeing 737 Max is safe to fly again

The EASA has accepted the further changes of 737 Max will kick start more deliveries from other regions because as the Max, the latest version of the venerable 737 narrow-body, was grounded in March 2019 upon the last two accidents that took 346 lives, setting into motion a crisis that’s cost Boeing billions of dollars.

New plans form Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG)

Firefly, Malaysian ATR turboprop operator, airlines will be operating 10 narrow body jets in three phases. Because the Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG) is struggling in supplementing the international flights as the Malaysian Airlines satisfy domestic demand from the north of the country. Firefly will start the jet operation using Malaysian airlines Boeing 737-800s from PenangContinue reading “New plans form Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG)”

Principles: Part of Aircraft propulsion systems

As we know, the 1st industrial revolution was mainly started because of the steam engine which started at 1760s. From this point the innovation in the steam engine made it to the ICE or the internal combustion engine. The ICE has revolutionized the world transportation until now. This type of engine is first type inContinue reading “Principles: Part of Aircraft propulsion systems”

Early-stage: How aircraft is designed

The basis of designing anything comes from the goal of this product. Such as the goal of an aircraft is to transport people from point A to point B in an easy and efficient way while flying in the air. Then looking on any previous or existing designs which will aid the upcoming new one.Continue reading “Early-stage: How aircraft is designed”

Ongoing crisis: warning from IATA on airline bankruptcies

The aviation industry has been highly affected by the ongoing crisis of Covid-19. Even after partially opening the airspace in some countries, most airlines cannot fly the aircraft with full seats occupied. Right now, the airlines are paying around $13 billion per month which could lead to bankruptcy within a very short time, IATA giveContinue reading “Ongoing crisis: warning from IATA on airline bankruptcies”

A sight on Aircraft Stability

Let us breakdown this title into stability and aircraft stability. We will have a glimpse on what the meaning of stability is and apply it to the aircraft. Stability is the ability to return into equilibrium state after an excitation is applied to an object.

How tandem-rotor helicopters started

In the history of aviation, the goal to fly vertically was not far away from application. The world’s first practical vertical flight other than hot air balloons was accomplished by Igor Sikorsky who was the designer and the pilot for VS-300 helicopter. The design was using a single main rotor and single tail rotor.

Green energy powers Malaysian Airlines

In corporation with Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), a multinational electricity company, Malaysian airlines Chief Financial Officer, Boo Hui Yee signed an agreement to install solar panels on four MAB’s buildings at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). This agreement is between the retail solar company GSPARX Sdn Bhd owned by Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) and Malaysian airlines. 

ICAO Council encourages rebuilding sustainably at ATAG

The tragic incidences that occurred in the history of aviation such as the great depression in 2008, the SARS and the MERS pandemics did not affect air transport as COVID-19  did. As many airlines landed their fleet for a long time and are trying to stay still in the business.

How the aviation industry influenced motorsport.

It has been obvious that motorsport, especially Formula racing cars has been technologically advanced in term of every aspect even in simplest components of the car. Then for the car enthusiasts, the modern supercars are close to a replica of the F1 cars, however these are mainly only for road use and daily driving, which canContinue reading “How the aviation industry influenced motorsport.”

Airport interior layout: Boarding Procedures.

As airports all around the globe become nearly as dense as a seaport, the layout of them has been evolved and changed to create the momentum for the passengers to travel easily and have a better experience. The layout of the airport starting from the main entrance and ending with entering the airplane. The designsContinue reading “Airport interior layout: Boarding Procedures.”

Types of Braking Systems in Airplanes

As it has been mentioned before that the landing gear holds up an important system which is the brakes. But this is not the end of the story of the braking systems such as car or automobiles because there are other components aids with landing gear brakes and here, they are:

The future of transportation: personal flying Drones

As we see the drone technology has skyrocketed the past few years. And I thinks each one of us think if this quadcopter that has been used for the modern photography can one big copter which can move me with no more traffic jams, no traffic lights, and timesaving.

Why flight delays and how to avoid

Most of us have faced flight delays at least once. And these delays could be one of the two situations. The first is a controllable situation which could be the performance of the maintenance team, passenger punctuality, or terminal changing. The second is not under the control of the airline such as weather conditions, malfunctionContinue reading “Why flight delays and how to avoid”

Runway design: between present and future.

The essential part of an airport is the runway which connects between both passengers and the airplane. And in the past several years the evolution in runway design has been for the sake of demand. Where many people travel around the world according to the statistics of the last year  The design of the runwayContinue reading “Runway design: between present and future.”

Inside: Commercial airliner interior

For the past decade airlines are competing on how to get the most from the space inside the airplane. As long as the space inside the airplane is limited and confined, airlines try to increase the seating density in each cabin starting from the first class ending with economy class.  Since airlines are using theContinue reading “Inside: Commercial airliner interior”