IATA predicts

IATA predicts aviation will not recover until 2024

No matter how hard we try to avoid reminding ourselves of the situation that befell us all with the coronavirus pandemic, it is inevitable to think about when life will return to normal and what the consequences will be. The devastating effects the pandemic had on the aviation industry have already been widely reported, and…

„Queen of the Skies“ production completes in 2022.

„Queen of the Skies“ production completes in 2022.

Following the announcement by Airbus that one of the legendary models, the A380, is going down in history and that production will stop in 2021 when the last model will be delivered to the Emirates, a similar announcement comes from Boeing. Boeing has confirmed that the production of the 747 will end after more than 50 years…

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…

electric airplanes

Whether electric airplanes are a close reality?

We could say that recent events have opened the way for us to think about a more responsible approach to life in general. Of course, the idea of ​​both environmental protection and pollution was present in the previous period, but somehow we believe that the coronavirus epidemic brought with it a greater awareness of people…

Nanotechnology is the future of aerospace industry

Nanotechnology is the future of aerospace industry

The aerospace industry is one of the most significant heavy industries in the world. Technological progress is the basis for competitiveness and advancement in the aerospace industry. One of the main drivers of industrial development and an important link in the world economy. We can best see this today when this industry is in a…

Airplane redundancy systems

Airplane redundancy systems

The idea of backup systems also acknowledged as redundancy, originated in the area of engineering. Many mechanical systems are designed in such a way that if one part of the system fails, the system as a whole will still be able to function due to the presence of backup components. Redundancy frames regulatory evaluations and…