10 gallons an hour to go 105 bunches? This is the cruel reality looked at by the pilots of most light planes. Little planes like the Cessna 172 and the Piper Archer consume a ton of fuel to fly a moderately brief distance and are, for the most part, viewed as wasteful types of transportation.… Continue reading Why are Aircraft Piston Engines so Inefficient?
One can trace the source of the aircraft to mythology. From the Greek myths to the Egyptian gods’ historical connotations, one can see that the concept of aircraft has always been there. However, it was not until 1903 when the two bright minds, the Wright Brothers mainly, came together to develop the first manned flight.… Continue reading What are the Two Basic Types of Aircraft
Advanced technology and efficiency are deemed to be synonyms. However, with improvisation, there comes failure too. If not failure, then certain backdrops are apparent in such efficacies, and aircraft are no different. Aircraft owners and pilots now wonder with bemusement whether to behold the newly created technology system or to be afraid. This dilemma was… Continue reading Why New Aircraft Engine Ideas Rarely Succeed?
From longer queues to stringent and organized systems, from the issues of getting the luggage to having check-in kiosks, from business classes to premium economy that is responsible for generating a whole new seating class, the alteration recorded in the aviation industry in the past ten years has surely been shockingly better. Not only that,… Continue reading Major Changes of Aviation Industry in the Last Decade