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Why the Concorde Stopped Flying?
Am sure everyone reading this article knows the Concorde or at least heard about its legacy, The Concorde is the first commercial supersonic jet that could fly at a speed of Mach 2.04 which is 2 times the speed of sound! It could fly London to New York in 3...
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What was the first aviation accident?
We cannot learn without making mistakes. Can we? Sometimes we try very hard to avoid them, but as Murphy’s Law states, “whatever can go wrong, will go wrong”. However, through mistakes, the aviation industry has learned and progressed. If you want to know w...
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How does pilot land a plane?
Most People often are intrigued by how airplanes land, as an aspiring pilot myself the approach and landing is the most fascinating phase of flight for me since an aircraft flying at 900kmph approximately slows down to roughly to 250kmph and a number of con...
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What is Non-Precision Approach?
In the  previous article , we learned about ILS or precision approaches but not all airports have ILS so what kind of approach do pilots take? These are called non-precision approaches and are called so because the pilots don’t have vertical and horizontal ...
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what is Non-Precision Approach?
In the previous article , we learned about ILS or precision approaches but not all airports have ILS so what kind of approach do pilots take? These are called non-precision approaches and are called so because the pilots don’t have vertical and horizontal g...
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how does pilot land a plane?
Most People often are intrigued by how airplanes land, as an aspiring pilot myself the approach and landing is the most fascinating phase of flight for me since an aircraft flying at 900kmph approximately slows down to roughly to 250kmph and a number of con...
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Why Circular Runways may never be reality?
Courtesy: BBC News The concept of circular runways aka ‘The endless runway' is a concept that dates back to experiments in the 1960s and is currently being pursued and researched by the National Aerospace Laboratory in the Netherlands.  The biggest advantag...
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