If a relative of Concorde had been disgraced by flying too fast, the A380 was also suffocated in its greatest strength: too loud. Since 1988, Airbus has been working on a new super-large aircraft, codenamed A3xx - later to become the A380, to compete with the Boeing 747-400. But driven by the early success of the A330 and A340, Airbus soon made a mistake with its development direction. A330 and A340 are two aircraft lines derived from an original design, so there is a similarity between many parts from electronic systems, body frames to wings. Airbus wants to keep this line of sight on the A3xx, as converting from the old foundation will be more cost-effective than developing a brand-new aircraft.
Rolls-Royce (UK) and Boom Supersonic (USA) will build a propulsion system to complete Overture's chassis. The engineering team will consider whether an engine model is available for supersonic passenger aircraft. Both companies are aiming for zero carbon emissions. This is not the first time Boom Supersonic has collaborated with Rolls-Royce. With a long history of developing engines for civil aircraft from World War II, Rolls-Royce is now the second largest aircraft engine manufacturer in the world.
According to statistics of the past 30 years, below is a list of airlines rated as the most dangerous in the world. In early 2014, The Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Center issued a report on the airlines with the worst safety rating in their annual Aviation Safety report. . The center has compiled data from aircraft accidents over the past 30 years, including both physical damage and deaths. Here are 10 airlines rated as the most dangerous in the world, sorted by number of casualties.
Datinga Airlines topped the list of the most profitable airlines in the world. The company earned $ 5.2 billion in pretax profit in 2018. Owned by the Dubai government, Emirates Airlines operates more than 3,600 flights per week to more than 150 cities in 80 countries. This is rated as the largest airline in the Middle East. Photo: Emirates. In addition to being one of the most profitable airlines in the world, Emirates Airlines is also ranked as the fourth largest airline by passenger revenue, ranking 2nd in freight. Emirates generated revenue of US $ 29.8 billion last year with a net profit of US $ 237 million.
Leading the list is Qatar Airways, based in Doha, Qatar. It is also the best rated 5-star airline in the world according to Skytrax in 2017, and Qatar Airways connects Doha with more than 160 international destinations. The airline owns more than 200 aircraft. America Airlines is the largest airline in the world in terms of passenger-miles of transport and fleet size. The airline is also the second largest in the world in terms of operating volume.Aeroméxico - Mexico's airline provides domestic and international flight services to Asia, Canada, Europe, Central America, South America and the United States.
TripAdvisor, the leading travel website has just voted on the top 10 airlines in the world in 2017. This is the vote of the visitors themselves when experiencing with these airlines. In particular, at the top of the list is the Middle Eastern airline. Here is a list of these 10 airlines: Emirates: Emirates (EK) is based in the United Arab Emirates as the largest Middle Eastern airline and one of the country's two national airlines. It operates non-stop flights to more than 140 destinations in 78 countries from its hub at Dubai International Airport (DXB). The airline is one of the few airlines that fly to six continents. The airline's fleet is mainly composed of a passenger cabin of 3 classes (First Class, Business Class and Economy Class) as well as a number of dual-class aircraft (Business Class and Economy Class).
The aviation industry in recent years has recorded a remarkable development due to the increasing demand for air travel. Not only that, the airlines are constantly developing in the quality of their service and fleet. In the world, there are many other large and small airlines, these airlines are mainly divided into 2 groups: low-cost carriers and high-class airlines. High quality airlines are the ones with a large investment in service quality, powerful staff and fleets with the most modern aircraft in the world.
Along with increasing demand from passengers, traditional airlines have been continuously increasing the number of aircraft served, low-cost carriers launched in series ..., while the airports flying increasingly into overload. Along with increasing demand from passengers, traditional airlines have been continuously increasing the number of aircraft served, low-cost carriers launched in series ..., while the airports flying increasingly into overload.
The Australian Air Force will buy three Loyal Wingman stealth drones to demonstrate technology in Boeing's largest foreign project. The Boeing Group has officially introduced the Loyal Wingman stealth drone designed for the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). Loyal Wingman, officially known as the Air Force Cooperation System (ATS), uses artificial intelligence (AI) to expand the interaction between unmanned and unmanned aircraft. This is Boeing's largest investment in a drone project outside the US territory, Asia Pacific Defense Reporter said.
The US Air Force is preparing for the sixth mission of the X-37B space plane. Although details of the flight have not been announced, the prototype will probably find a way to overcome the flight time in orbit of the previous mission. X-37B is an Orbital Testing Vehicle (OTV) developed by Boeing for the US Air Force. It can launch into space, leave orbit and land just like a regular plane. Although the X-37B has carried out many unmanned missions in orbit since 2010, the purpose and equipment of the aircraft remain confidential. X-37B’s latest mission, called OTV-5, took place on September 7, 2017. The vehicle returns to Earth on October 27, 2019, after spending a total of 779 days in space, surpassing the OTV-4 mission time of 717 days.
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