Necessity for every airline

We have already emphasized it so many times, but it is never a loss to repeat that the safety of the aircraft is in the first place. The primary task of every MRO is to bring every plane in perfect condition. It involves thorough inspections and repairs of anything that does not work properly on…

Airbus plans to launch a carbon-free aircraft

All alarms have long been on when it comes to the level of pollution to which our atmosphere is exposed. If this level of pollution does not drastically decrease very quickly, the prognosis is catastrophic. The current or some future pandemic will be a minor problem compared with the consequences that this level of pollution…

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What is a revolutionary idea behind fello’fly concept?

There’s a well-known idea which is being newly reviewed in the commercial aviation world: formation flying. The concept utilizes a formation idea inspirited by birds. Fello’fly concept, as it is properly named, began to develop under the auspices of Airbus. Airbus has therefore signed agreements with two airline customers and three air navigation service providers (ANSPs)…

Airbus A380

One of the most famous jumbo jet going to the history

In the everlasting competition between Boeing and Airbus, one of the most known rivalries is the “jumbo” one. Boeing 747 and Airbus A380 are probably some of the most known airplane models.  Double-deck Airbus A380 aircraft is the most pretentious civil aircraft program yet. It was part of a strategic play to end Boeing’s dominance…

Airbus - Europe strikes back

Airbus – Europe strikes back

During the pioneer days of the commercial jet age in the 60s, the global aviation fair was ruled by Boeing and Douglas Aircraft, two American companies. Although Europe has had a great influence on aviation with the beginning of the century, over time, America as an industrial power has increasingly seized primacy. European countries have…