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1520 days

 Date: 09/20/15 18:30   in : Aviation 

21 Minutes Of Hell On March 31, 1993, Flight 46E departed Anchorage about 1224 local time. The flight release/weather package provided to the pilots by, Evergreen operations contained a forecast for severe turbulence and reports of turbulence by other large airplanes at 2,500 feet while ...

 

1520 days

 Date: 09/20/15 11:55   in : Aviation 

Air Cargo Question: Will moving cargo by air continue to increase in capacity? The passenger airlines carry more cargo than do the cargo specialist and it still only counts for 10% of airline revenues. Cargo hasn’t received acknowledgement in important airline decisions that seam ...

 

1526 days

 Date: 09/14/15 10:38   in : Aviation 

History Of Space The Presidential Commission on the Space Shuttle Challenger Accident, chaired by former Secretary of State William P. Rogers, investigated the circumstances surrounding the explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger shortly after liftoff on January 28, 1986. The Commission...

 

1527 days

 Date: 09/13/15 18:12   in : Aviation 

Planes Have you ever wondered what the people have to do to make a plane take off a ship? Well I interviewed my grandfather, cause he was a pilot about 50 years ago, back in Russia. And this is what he had to say. When an aircraft is launched off the flight deck of a ship at the begi...

 

1528 days

 Date: 09/13/15 09:55   in : Aviation 

The Use of Planes in Warfare During World War One, the role of airplanes and how they were used changed greatly. At first planes were only used for sport, but people started realize that not only could airplanes be useful but they could even influence an outcome of the war greatly. Soon...

 

1528 days

 Date: 09/12/15 12:52   in : Aviation 

Aviation Leg The Events That Resulted in the Signing of The Air Commerce Act of 1926 was the start of the regulation of aviation. It has been called the beginning of the Federal Aviation Administration. This Act put gave the Department of Commerce’s Aeronautic Branch the responsibilit...

 

1529 days

 Date: 09/11/15 11:08   in : Aviation 

Aviation Weather Delays Weather Delays. We seem to have heard so much more about them in recent years. Is the weather getting worse? Are the newer planes less able to stand the rough weather than the planes of the past? Maybe travelers just complain more What is the reason for the 70% i...

 

1532 days

 Date: 09/08/15 17:32   in : Aviation 

Why Planes Crash Plane Crashes and Their Contributing Factors 4 Human factors play a vital roll in aviation operations and are a contributing factor in most aviation accidents, it is impossible however to blame plane crashes on one reason since events leading up to an accident are so...

 

1535 days

 Date: 09/06/15 00:37   in : Aviation 

airfield mgmt Airfield and aircraft familiarization are two critical factors that must be understood by rescue/response personnel. Judging by successful attempts to contain and minimize losses, it is readily apparent that crash fire crew knowledge of airfield and aircraft design are inte...

 

1542 days

 Date: 08/29/15 18:34   in : Aviation 

Aviation Industry How much did the airline industry recover since September 11, 2001?•��Introduction Since the tragic events of September 11, 2001 in the United States, important changes in the financial and operating statistics of airline activities in Canada have taken pla...

 

1543 days

 Date: 08/28/15 21:02   in : Aviation 

Airline Industry “It’s a dire situation,” “says Joe Leonard, chief executive of low-fare carrier Air Tran Airways, who is scheduled to testify”. “I’ve never seen anything like it”. This excerpt comes from an article written by Martha Brannigan, which sums up the hostile economic enviro...

 

1544 days

 Date: 08/27/15 17:30   in : Aviation 

Aviation Insurance This report will discuss the future of the aviation industry and the effects of high insurance costs. As the industry cruises through this new age of aviation, the insurance industry must look at several problems facing those in aviation. Survival for the small FBO’s is...

 

1545 days

 Date: 08/26/15 15:24   in : Aviation 

Future Of Aviation In India Future of Aviation Industry in India More than half a century has gone, when JRD Tata first took off in his own airplane. He added a new chapter in the Indian history. This was the beginning of aviation industry in India. But very soon the government took over...

 

1545 days

 Date: 08/26/15 12:47   in : Aviation 

Bogus Parts With aircraft inventories aging, “bogus” aircraft parts have become a serious problem for commercial and civil aviation on an international scale. The high cost of approved aircraft parts and relatively lax enforcement have created a lucrative market for criminals to introduce...

 

1546 days

 Date: 08/25/15 15:09   in : Aviation 

Accident Investigation MAS 608 Aircraft Accident Investigation Accident Investigation: Key Players and Their Recommendations For some time I have known that I don’t know everything. Granted, there was a time when I thought I did and I couldn’t be told wrong if you had the reference s...

 

1563 days

 Date: 08/08/15 14:40   in : Aviation 

Prepare For Takeoff Since the tragedy of September 11th, our nation’s airports have undergone several security changes to prevent such a tragedy from happening again. Some of the changes are more obvious than others, like the presence of the National Guard in our airports. However, the...

 

1564 days

 Date: 08/08/15 00:29   in : Aviation 

Man And Aviation Man’s dream of flying has been apparent almost as long as mankind himself. However, the concept of an aircraft has only been around for approximately two hundred years. Before this time, man tried to fulfill this dream by mimicking the birds. They first built machines ca...

 

1566 days

 Date: 08/05/15 20:31   in : Aviation 

Airbus Since the 40s, the US monopoly is due to the symbiosis between government and industry regarding civil projects during and after the Second World War. Boeing, Lockheed and MacDonnell Douglas dominated the whole business, supported by various government agencies with substantial fun...

 

1567 days

 Date: 08/05/15 05:18   in : Aviation 

Collision Aviodance Collision Avoidance: ADS-B or TCAS March 7, 2000 INTRODUCTION Background Collision avoidance is something that has been a problem in aviation for a long time. Most of the flights conducted today rely on the see and avoid concept and ground radar. Both of which have the...

 

1571 days

 Date: 07/31/15 15:03   in : Aviation 

One Level Of Safety The Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Federico Pena and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Administrator David Hinson announced that they are making the most comprehensive changes ever in aviation rule making. The article does not specify were the c...

 

1573 days

 Date: 07/30/15 03:01   in : Aviation 

Piper The organizational structure of Piper has changed throughout the company’s years of business due to the relocation of centers and changing of owners. Piper expanded prior to the 1970’s and had multiple locations throughout the United States. At Piper’s headquarters, the hierarchic...

 

1573 days

 Date: 07/29/15 10:21   in : Aviation 

Cockpit Design Stanley N. Roscoe wrote “Ergavionics: Designing the Job of Flying an Airplane,” which is a study of the ergonomic principles that govern the design and operation of an airplane cockpit. Ergavionic principles deal with control location and operation, display integration and ...

 

1579 days

 Date: 07/24/15 04:01   in : Aviation 

Crm History CRM or Crew Resource Management has evolved a great deal throughout the history of aviation. Unfortunately, accidents have and will continue to occur. With the introduction of larger and more complex aircraft, the number of humans required to operate these complex machines has...

 

1581 days

 Date: 07/21/15 21:05   in : Aviation 

The Sky Is Gray “The Sky Is Gray” Deals With Racism and Offers a Courageous Solution That Challenges The Rules of Society. In a society that is divided by the polarities of black and white, all citizens must abide by the strict rules of separation. However, there are some, and usually...

 

1581 days

 Date: 07/21/15 16:52   in : Aviation 

ACA As Atlantic Coast Airlines(ACA) begins to make the transition from regional commuter to low cost airlines there are a lot of different aspects of the industry which they needed to look at before the final decision could be made. The first and made the most important was factor they ne...