Flying over the atlantic and suddenly you go, ”What would happen if one of the engines fails?”. Just […]
Why is it important? It is a legal requirement and crucial to the safety and structural integrity of […]
It is undoubtedly the largest aircraft in the world, working as a multi-tasking platform for research and commercial […]
Ever wondered how pilots communicate with air traffic controllers on the ground when flying over the oceans? Air […]
Airbus Beluga The Airbus A300-600ST (Super Transporter), or Beluga, is a modified version of the standard A300-600 widebody […]
Airbus and Boeing prevail possessing a vast noteworthiness under competitive airline manufacturing industry around the globe. The duopoly […]
The helicopter as an aircraft is not as simple as it seems, the unique flight features make the […]
The use of the word “SQUAWK” comes from the system’s origin in WORLD WAR II- IDENTIFICATION FRIEND OR […]
If a sudden decompression were to happen inflight, each passenger and crew member would have their own oxygen […]
It is considered as another way to produce lift, and if this is attached to the wing then […]
Emirates claims the title of the World’s Best Airline. Fittingly, the First Class cabin on Emirates Airlines is nonetheless a prestigious and luxurious flying experience – even being called the “hotel in the sky”. Emirates continues to surprise us in every way possible. From complete entertainment systems and gourmet meals to spas at 30,000 ft., what would you say? Luxurious or outrageous?
While the COVID19 pandemic is still slowing down aviation and the globe in general, it is obvious (hopefully) […]
Whenever you check in a bag, you get a baggage tag. The baggage tag (also known as luggage […]
“Aviation Manager”? What’s that? You might not have heard about the job of an “Aviation Manager”. So what is that job and what does he/she does? Basically an Aviation Manager is an airport employee who supervises the compliance of the rules and regulations provided by the local, state, and federal organizations. The airport manager sets the seal on the airport and it’s departments to run safely whilst observing the process of the hiring, the management of the airport, and the department staff.
“Mayday mayday mayday Thomson 253H, engine failure, continuing northwesterly, inbound towards Wallasey” Flight crew of Thomson 253H This […]
Many of us know about the gliding capacity of airplanes, the fixed-wing aircraft can glide without the engine […]
At night, you might notice many lights on the tarmac of an airport. All of them have a […]
The wings are the most relevant parts of an airplane. They maintain the flight by the reaction forces […]
Covid-19 has completely changed the world. While some industries are profiting or at least not being affected as […]
The Airbus A320 family has undoubtedly a wide range of members, visible at any airport. Some of us […]
Founded by a dozen of aircraft homebuilders in 1953, the Experimental Aircraft Association became one of the most […]
When reading the title of this article, you might wonder what this article is about. SSR stands for […]
Introduction & History Since the starting days of aviation, the technology has improved and new records were often […]
Flight schools around the world use various types of trainer aircraft. In this article I will mention few of the best aircraft for training. Flight schools choose their aircraft according to what suits their training and vision. Nonetheless, all trainer airplanes are designed specifically to assist with the flight training of pilots and aircrew. Private and Commercial pilots are usually trained in light aircraft, with two or more seats for the students and instructors. What are few of the best trainer airplanes out there?
When flying, you might have observed how cargo was loaded into the belly of your aircraft. You might […]
An aircraft model that with its capabilities and performance, could surprise us, The P-750 XSTOL. A not so widely known aircraft, such as cessna´s or piper´s. However, this plane has many things to offer because of its multi-disciplinary roles, applications and variants whether it is freighter, passengers, Spraying, Fire Fighting, and skydive operations.
The earth is always pulling us to its centre with its gravity, a force to which all bodies on the planet are subjected to. In the beginning of the space program of United States, reduced gravity was an important matter on the general body behavior, making this study as a key on space exploration and transportation, and a capability of testing the personnel and equipment.
260 years of unsolved and unknown regime of high speed dynamics of gases were broken with the significant flight of the Bell X-1 research vehicle installed under the B-29 bomber of World War II vintage, on October 14, 1947 in the Mojave Desert in California.