Sunday, October 30, 2011

World Best 5 Airlines

TOP 5 AIRLINES OF  THE WORLD thumbnail 1 summary


Sunday, April 24, 2011

Cause of Air Crash

Air Crash General Causes: Flight Crew Negligence Aircraft's Technical Problems Weather Conditions Lack of Maintenance Airport / T... thumbnail 1 summary

Air Crash General Causes:
  1. Flight Crew Negligence
  2. Aircraft's Technical Problems
  3. Weather Conditions
  4. Lack of Maintenance
  5. Airport / Traffic Controllers
  6. Misc.

A very high percentage of air crash is due to flight crew negligence and then aircrafts problem. Both are related to human error and these 2 main cause effects the lives of 1000's of innocent passengers. Airport authorities should concentrate on these two main factors of aircrash.
Flight Crew Negligence:
 The criminal negligence by the flight crew especially by the piolet, hosts should be controlled to eliminate a large percentage of air crash to make this travel more reliable and passenger safely.
Aircraft engine problems:
This problem may or may not contain human error. But this percentage can be lessen by taking serious safety steps.
Whereas weather and other natural problems cant be controlled easily but researcher should pay more attention to airplane safety factors.

Have a safe journey.


Tuesday, March 22, 2011

BMW Excel in Private-Jet Design

A swank interior that applies BMW's car know-how. Private jets are basically a middle finger t... thumbnail 1 summary
A swank interior that applies BMW's car know-how.

BMW jet
Private jets are basically a middle finger to the environment, but we suppose that if they're going to be made, they should be well-designed.
And to that end, Embraer, the Brazilian small-plane maker, has tapped BMW DesignworksUSA to design the interiors of its Phenom 100 and Phenom 300 luxury executive jets. (Is there any other kind?)
The collaboration represents six years of work, and the designs don't much resemble a BMW--rather, they're a bit more like a Bentley seen through the gimlet eye of an efficiency-minded German. For example, principles derived from BMW's expertise in designing car controls were integrated into the cockpit layout and instrumentation; and BMW DesignworksUSA has applied in-motion know-how in designing under-seat baggage storage and tiny details such as cup holders and in-seat controls.
BMW jet
Apparently, customers will be able to choose from seven different color schemes, and 100 jets have already been produced. And another 600 orders are waiting to be filled. Just be sure to leave the new rig at home on the way to the Congressional hearings!
BMW jet


Monday, March 7, 2011


WORLD DANGEROUS AIRPORTS Lukla Airport (Nepal) A   huge   mountain   on one   end , a thousand   meter drop on   the other side .   And   ... thumbnail 1 summary
Lukla Airport (Nepal)

A huge mountain on one end, a thousand meter drop on the other side. And it is at 2900 meters height, so you do not exactly have full power.

Lukla Airport is a small airport in the town of Lukla in eastern Nepal. In January 2008 the Government of Nepal announced that the airport in honor of SirEdmund Hillary [1], the first man on the summit of Mount Everest, on 11 Were reached in January 2008would be renamed. The airport is quite popular asLukla is the place where most people begin their trekto Mount Everest climb.

Madeira Airport (Madeira)

Madeira Funchal Airport as Airport and SantaCatarina Airport, is an international airport locatednear Funchal, Madeira. The airport controls nationaland international air traffic from the island of Madeira.The airport was once infamous for its short takeoffand landing strip, which is surrounded by high mountains and the sea, it has had a tricky landing foreven the most pilots. The initial take-off and landing runway was only 1,400 feet long, but was extendedby 400 meters after the TAP Air Portugal Flight 425incident of 1977 and later in 2003, rebuilt, almostdoubling the size of the take-off and landing strip,building it on the ocean. Instead of landfills was theextension to a series of 180 columns built, eachabout 70m high.
For the extension of the start and runway of the airport of Funchal, the outstanding buildings Award of the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering (IABSE) have given. TheOutstanding Structures Award is considered to be the "Oscar " for engineering structures in Portugal.

Barra International Airport (Barra)

Barra Airport is the only airport in the world whereplanes land on the beach. BRR is Scotland on thebroad beach at Traigh Mhor, on Barra island, in theOuter Hebrides. If you want to fly here commerciallyyou want to book with British Airways, which flies toBarra from Glasgow and Benbecula.
The airport is literally washed by the tide once a day,and when you arrive on a flight in the late afternoon,you may be a few cars in the parking lot with theirlights on, the pilots some added visibility providesnotice, as the airport is naturally lit . Needless to say,you want to hang probably not at the airport Barrabeach, if you are a aviation junkie, in which caseBarra Airport has a system foolproof, as a sign thatreads:. "Keep on the beach When the windsock is flying and the airport is active."

Gustaf III Airport (St. Bart)

Gustaf III Airport also known as Saint BarthélemyAirport is a public use airport in the town of St. Jeanon the Caribbean island of Saint Barthélemy islocated. Both the airport and the island capital ofGustavia are named for King Gustav III of Sweden,with the Swede won the island from France in 1785(it was sold back to France in 1878). The airport isserved by small regional commercial aircraft and charters. Most visiting aircraft carry fewer than twentypassengers, such as the Twin Otter, a common sightaround Saint Barth and in the northern West Indies.The short takeoff and landing runway will you land atthe base of a gentle slope on the beach. The arrivaldescent is extremely steep over the hilltop traffic circle and exit planes fly directly over the heads of sunbathers (although small signs advisesunbathers not directly at the end of the runway).

Courchevel (France)

Courchevel is the name of aski area in the French Alps, the largest ski area in the airport has world.It it's a measure of infamy in the aviation industry
as home to a relatively short runway, with a length of 525 ft (1,722) and a slope of 18.5%. It is so short that you slow down on a sloping strip of land and take on a decline to pick up enough speed. Who gets to land here? Well, Pierce Brosnan, the short list. This was the airport in the opening seen of Tomorrow Never Dies uses. For the rest of us, private plane, helicopter, or charter are the only way to go, and your pilot will be some serious training before he needs to or should they CVF country.

Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport (Saba)

Juancho E. Yrausquim airport is onely on the Caribbean island of Saba, in the Antilles natherland it is well-experienced flicrs for the way in which airplanes must approach or from an airport.
Yrausquin Airport covers a relatively large proportion of the small island of Saba. Some experts are of the general aviation believe that the airport is one of the most dangerous in the world, despite the fact that no major tragedies occurred in the facility. The airport is the only take-off and landing runway is equipped with an X at each end, marked by professional pilots that the airport closed state for civil aviation.

Princess Juliana airport

Princess Juliana International Airport serves (St.Maarten)
Princess Juliana International Airport serves St.Maarten, the Dutch part of the island of Saint Martin. It is the second largest airport in the easternCaribbean. The airport is famous for its short landing strip - only 2,180 m / ft 7152 to barely enough forheavy jets. For this reason, the planes approach theisland flying extremely low, right over Maho Beach.Countless photos of large jets flying in 10 to 20 ftover relaxing tourists at the beach m/30-60 havedismissed as forgeries, many times, butnonetheless real. For this reason, as well it has become a favorite is for flat potters. Despite thedifficulties in approach, it has been no record of the most important events of aviation at the airport.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Automatic Collision Avoidance Technology (ACAT)

The U.S. Air Force's F-16D Automatic Collision Avoidance Technology (ACAT) aircraft takes off from Edwards Air Force Base on a flight or... thumbnail 1 summary
The U.S. Air Force's F-16D Automatic Collision Avoidance Technology (ACAT) aircraft takes off from Edwards Air Force Base on a flight originating from NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center. NASA Dryden is working with the Air Force Research Laboratory in the ACAT Fighter Risk Reduction Project to develop collision avoidance technologies for fighter/attack aircraft that would reduce the risk of ground and mid-air collisions.

June 2009 

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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Special News About UFO, Aliens and video proof....

Amazing Video, unbelievable but true!!! Check out This video... How it was captured!!! MUST WATCH THE VIDEO - Videos by NASA New secre... thumbnail 1 summary
Amazing Video, unbelievable but true!!! Check out This video... How it was captured!!!

- Videos by NASA

New secret UFO Wikileaks cable revealed

Michael Cohen

A source from within the inner circle of the Wikileaks team has confidentially leaked to All News Web the content of a State Dept cable, concerning UFO affairs, that Wikileaks has declined to upload onto their website.

The cable states: "It is critical all embassy staff understand that they are not to discuss under any circumstance concerns DOD has with UFOs entering orbit, once again the seriousness of this matter cannot be overstated"

The cable was sent on 9 November, 2005 by the State Dept to a diplomat connected to the US embassy in Kiev, Ukraine. As it implies, the State Dept was concerned with diplomats with loose tongues chatting about UFOs at cocktail parties and conceding that the US does allocate resources to the matter. Due to the fact that UFO and alien affairs fall within the absolute highest level of secrecy and security clearance it is hardly surprising that Julian Assange has chosen, as a safety measure, not to reveal such information.

Editor''s note: It appears that while our Governments are deeply worried about the bubble bursting on the way they do business behind closed doors they are taking no chances at all on the public's bubble bursting on the alien and UFO issue.

Our record on the Wikileaks UFO connection is good. The initial question posed to Assange on the UFO issue was asked by an avid All News Web reader from Germany and we were informed by him with seconds of Assange's response. We have received many emails on the matter since then, however this has been the first piece of information of real interest.

A new ERA of Aviation is going to start..... Research and technology are about to beat the so-called aviation technology of aliens or may be something else.....

Sunday, January 23, 2011

GPS in Aircrafts

Introduction GPS or the Global Positioning System is designed to enable a person to find out the exact location of a particular landmark o... thumbnail 1 summary


GPS or the Global Positioning System is designed to enable a person to find out the exact location of a particular landmark or person. The history of GPS in aviation dates back to the year 1978. During the initial phase, when the idea of GPS was being worked upon, a satellite was launched into space to assess this new technology. At present, this technology is being used all around the world to enhance the safety and efficiency of flight journeys. The precise, uninterrupted and global potential of GPS makes for seamless satellite navigation services, meeting many requirements of the aviation industry. Every phase of flight from departure to arrival is determined through three-dimensional positioning available from space-based status updates and navigation. The article explains GPS use in airplane technology.

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Though GPS was launched in late ‘70s, the system became fully functional in the mid 1990s with the help of 24 satellites. This new technology was readily accepted by the aviation industry and instantly put to use, after which, there has been no looking back. The need for accurate location positioning and speed paved the way for GPS in aviation, making it the first of its kind used on board. GPS in airplane engineering is essentially a route-map from the original location to the destination. All the required information is fed into the system making pilots understand the aircraft's exact location and whereabouts while flying. The pilots use GPS to know about the altitude of aircraft, the distance until the destination, and other nitty-gritty details related to location. Since the inception of GPS, the entire industry depends on GPS for its ability to enable the airplane pilots to stay on-course. If in the case of a path deviation, the system directs the pilot to the right track.


Most aircraft use the Garmin aviation GPS specially designed for the industry. This is because not all GPS systems work in aviation, hence there a need for customized ones. One of the newer concepts is Area Navigation, which allows aircraft to fly user-preferred routes from one way point to another, where way points don’t depend on ground infrastructure. Newer procedures have been developed so that this system could be used for all phases of flight, particularly those that lack advanced navigation aids or surveillance equipment. Also, new and more efficient air routes are currently being expanded so they can be used with GPS. This saves both time and money. Often airplanes fly over areas like oceans which lack sufficient data. Here comes the role of GPS that allows more favorable and well-organized routes for flights, thereby saving time and fuel as well as raising the cargo revenue. For greater precision, satellite signals are augmented to allow for landing in minimal visibility conditions. All the GPS systems come with a headset, which is used for communication with the ground-based tower and also to protect the pilot’s hearing.


Like every new technology, GPS is being constantly worked upon to make it more efficient for modern times. One of the main components of the current civilian modernization is the addition of two new signals which complement the present civilian service. One of these signals is utilized for general use in non safety-critical applications, and the other will be internationally safeguarded for aviation navigational purposes. This will be a revolution of sort in the aviation industry making GPS a vigorous service suitable for even more applications. The second signal enables increased instrument approach all around the globe by using dual-frequency. Dual-frequency reduces the errors occurring in the signals caused by disturbances in the ionosphere through the simultaneous use of two signals. This increases the accuracy, accessibility, and veracity of GPS and negates the need for ground infrastructure investment.
GPS use in airplane technology has strengthened the foundation of air traffic management paving the way for on-time flights, reduced workload as well as operating costs for both airspace user and service provider. This system also forms the nucleus of other aviation systems like the Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS) that proved to be successful in controlling the risk of Controlled Flight into Terrain, a key reason of numerous aircraft accidents.



Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Chance Vought F-8

T he Chance Vought F-8 Crusader was a carrier-based fighter aircraft designed to meet the United States Navy 1952 requirement for a new carr... thumbnail 1 summary
The Chance Vought F-8 Crusader was a carrier-based fighter aircraft designed to meet the United States Navy 1952 requirement for a new carrier jet fighter to address the shortcomings of it's existing aircraft revealed in the Korean War. The F-8 Crusader first flew in February 1955 and entered USN service in 1957.

The F-8 Crusader proved itself an exceptional dogfighter when in combat with VPAF MiGs in the Vietnam war but like all good dogfighters, was a hard aircraft to fly in combat manoeuvres and required a very good pilot to get the best out of the aircraft.

The Chance Vought F-8E Crusader remained in operational service as a fighter with the USN until 1976 and the photo reconnaissance version, the RF-8G, until 1987. In 1964 the French Navy (Aéronavale) replaced it's aging Chance Vought F4U Corsair fighters with forty-two F-8E Crusader's, they remained operational until their eventual replacement with the French built Dassault Rafale M in 2000. The Philippine Air Force operated 35 ex-USN F-8H Crusader's from 1977 to 1991, the aircraft had to be prematurely withdrawn from service following severe damage received from the unexpected eruption of Mount Pinatubo.

It is of note that several USN Chance Vought F-8 fighters took off in error with their wings still folded - they still flew and were able to safely land back on their aircraft carriers!

F-8E Specifications:

* Crew: Pilot Only
* Length: 54 ft 3 in (16.53 m)
* Wingspan: 35 ft 8 in (10.87 m)
* Height: 15 ft 9 in (4.80 m)
* Empty weight: 17,541 lb (7,956 kg)
* Loaded weight: 29,000 lb (13,000 kg)
* Engine: Single 18,000 lbf (80.1 kN) Pratt & Whitney J57-P-20A afterburning turbojet
* Fuel capacity: 1,325 US gal (5,102 L)
* Maximum speed: Mach 1.86 (1,225 mph, 1,975 km/h) at 36,000 ft (11,000 m)
* Combat radius: 450 mi (730 km)
* Ferry range: 1,735 mi (2,795 km) with external fuel tanks
* Service ceiling 58,000 ft (17,700 m)
* Rate of climb: 31,950 ft/min (162.3 m/s)


* Guns: Four fuselage mounted 20 mm (0.787 in) Colt Mk 12 cannon
* Rockets: Eight Zuni rockets in four double under-wing pods
* Missiles: Four AIM-9 Sidewinder air-to-air missiles & two AGM-12 Bullpup air-to-ground missiles
* Bombs: 2,000 lb (900 kg) of bombs

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Sunday, January 2, 2011

Some Pictures From Private Jets Interior

Interior of private jets shows "MONEY SPOKE ITS OWN GRACE!" with highy efficent, compact, sleek and cleanly designed interior give... thumbnail 1 summary
Interior of private jets shows "MONEY SPOKE ITS OWN GRACE!" with highy efficent, compact, sleek and cleanly designed interior gives the clients a professional experience of joy and grace. Highly efficent design occupy less space but able to complete the pessanger requirements. Lets have a look to some pics of private jet. CLICK THE IMAGES TO GET A LARGE PREVIEW

Jets Used: Boeing BBJ1, Airbus Elite and some private jets