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Story of aviation regulation - ( Part I : era before Chicago convention )

The modern age of powered flight began in 1903 when Orville Wright made the first sustained, powered flight on December 17 in a plane he and...

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Difference between Engine and the tailpipe fire

brief about the two types of fire that may affect the aircraft turbofan engines, for pilots and engineers, Engine fire is an external one, also called...

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Story of aviation regulation – ( Part II : Chicago convention )

The Convention on International Civil Aviation, also known as the Chicago Convention, established the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)...

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Aircraft Principal Axes

Since aircraft live in a three dimensional world, it is necessary to control the attitude or orientation of a flying aircraft in all three dimensions.

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Are your trip safety can compromise because trash object ?

in aviation, any article or substance, alien to an aircraft or system, which could potentially cause damage. Here talking about two type of objects Damage ...

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Aircraft Jacking

Each aircraft type has a specific jacking procedures stated in the Aircraft Maintenance Manual AMM ,here in this blog tried summarize the concept of the ...

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Airworthiness Directive AD

What is the Airworthiness Directives (ADs) definition? ,What are the AD types?,Who can issue Airworthiness Directives?

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All About Service Bulletin in Aviation

A Service Bulletin SB is document released by manufacturers of product like aircraft, engines, APU, landing gear, appliance or any other components.

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Wingtip Vortices and Fluidic Winglets

It is clear that aerodynamic improvements, including fluidic winglets, can make significant contributions to the efficiency of aircraft. In each case, however, the appropriateness of such structural..

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Differences between internal and external hydraulic leaks

in this article, we clarify the difference between external and internal hydraulic leaks