Landing Gear Airplane
Airplane tires are a subject that I have never really thought about until just lately when my eight years old granddaughter asked what would happen if an aeroplane got a flat tire. I told her that I did non think that they could. Until I looked into it, I did not know just how close to right I came. The aeroplane tire is an amazing design of technology. It has to withstand extreme motor(a) force; it mustiness bear the weight of the aircraft and absorb the shock of that weight when landing. The average Boeing 747 commercial passenger jet Read the rest of this entry »
Airplane First Class
People have different preferences when it comes to travelling. Some would prefer to ride in their own vehicles while others love to navigate the sea. But if there is one mode of transportation that most people would love to experience, it is to ride those high-flying airplanes. It is a fact that not everybody is given the chance to experience it that makes the flight very appealing to most people. Most people prefer business class flight, or what they prefer to call as luxury flight, rather than the coach type. It is different from that first class but it Read the rest of this entry »
Model Airplane Plans
Strange to say but once you have down the basics of building a model airplane and have a few spare bits fabrication around your workshop or garage it becomes very easy to produce your very own design of RC model airplane. Simple Plastic Airplane Design (SPAD) is really cheap and fun alternative to constructing expensive remote controlled model airplanes kits.
The construct of SPAD started in the late 90′s and has evolved into a highly detailed and solid method for building RC model airplanes. While using traditional building materials and techniques can take weeks or Read the rest of this entry »
Model aeroplane building has been around for a long time. Leonardo DaVinci made sketches of aircraft before they were ever invented. Man has tried to simulate flight by watching the birds and many early airplanes were made similar to bird wings but did non have the right lift to make them successful. It is from the bird wing that we get the aerodynamics for lift in the wings of modern airplanes and helicopters. As the design and innovation increased, small airplanes made out of paper became successful and helped to launch more experimentation. The Wright brothers took it to Read the rest of this entry »
Want to add a special touch to a room in your home? Maybe you ar provision an event, setting up a display for a school or a library or just have the urge to do something new. How about expressing your creative aspirations with kites? The kite has become a respectable new member in the world of design. Kites have been used to decorate homes, doctor offices, clinics, libraries, classrooms, aquariums, lobbies, and a whole host of events. It is literally true that the sky is the limit.
In several healing centers kites have been used Read the rest of this entry »
Many people have deep rooted fears of flying. Some people even refuse to ever put a foot on a jet plane and instead choose to drive very long distances instead if they have to be somewhere. The ironic thing about avoiding flying on a large plane is that you are statistically far more likely to die in a car accident, especially if you are travelling great distances in short amounts of time as when traveling. The only time when fear of flying is actually rational is when flying in small aircrafts.
While it is very unlikely Read the rest of this entry »
Piper Cub Aircraft
Throughout the history of Piper Aircraft Inc., just about 144,000 aircraft have been manufactured. Of that number, just about 35,000 were manufactured under the Piper Cub line, albeit in various models. The very first was simply known as the Piper J2 Cub, which was built betwixt 1937 and 1947. This plane went on to be one of the best sellers of all time in the single engine light aircraft industry.
The Piper Cub aircraft had its first flight in 1938. Prior to that, it was known as the Taylor E2 Cub, manufactured by Taylor Aircraft in Read the rest of this entry »
Paper Airplane Designs
Study hall can be a real torture chamber. The study hall monitor is usually some low level employee that likes nothing more than ruling the room with an iron fist. That’s where building paper airplanes comes in. If you do it right, you can fly your aeroplane all the way across study hall when the monitor’s back is turned and no one will know it was you.
Here’s a quick guide to making sturdy paper airplanes to launch in study hall or any other boring setting.
Selecting Your Paper
Emma is having a very bad year. It seems like all kinds of things have gone wrong for her over the past 12 months.
Her sales numbers at work dropped significantly, so she’s been trying to turn that around. In the meantime, her oldest daughter has become a teenager in full force. She has started dating and it seems like this daughter requires more supervision than she did when she was a toddler!
To top off all of this stress, Emma’s husband has been very distant for the past month or more. He Read the rest of this entry »
It’s been a while, but I’ve been busy doing what we all love and had to take some time off from writing (ok, you caught me, I’ve also had a bit of writers block). However, I found the best cure to writers block in an airline-related site is to get back on the line. Inspiration is EVERYWHERE when working. As I spent my first day on a jet, it smitten me like a brick. I dealt with a multitude of passengers (some happy and some angry). So I distinct to dedicate this one to those unhappy people by giving Read the rest of this entry »