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…

Safety in aviation

Maintenance and Aircraft Safety & Efficiency

When it comes to safety, the airline industry must definitely be uncompromising. Proper airplane maintenance is vital for preserving aircraft and aircraft components in optimal condition and guaranteeing the safety of pilots, crew, and passengers. Airplanes have evolved safer with each new generation; high-level designs and safety policies are key grantors to current record-low accident…

Air travel

What’s Cooking For Airlines And Aviation In 2019

Air travel is becoming increasingly complex, with more and more security issues, great technological advances, construction of the airports. These are technologies and trends that will shape the aviation industry over the next 12 months and beyond. The use of artificial intelligence will be on the rise. Airports and airlines have utilized the use of…

airport security

Airport Security

In today’s turbulent times of global security hazards such as terrorism, chemical weapons and the like, airport security is becoming a very important issue. Terrorism has been a predicament for airlines and air passengers since the 1970s when hijackings and attacks became the way of choice for rebellious, militant groups around the globe.   All…

lighting strikes airplanes

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Airplanes and Lightning * But Were Afraid to Ask

When we talk about airplanes and thunder it’s certainly not a nice experience, unless we are talking about listening AC/DC-s song while flying. Joking aside this could be very unpleasant, especially if you don’t know the facts about this phenomena.       Did you know that lighting strikes airplanes about 50 times a day…