Why Airplane Seats Don’t Face Backwards — Even Though It’s Safer

Why Airplane Seats Don’t Face Backwards — Even Though It’s Safer

Why Airplane Seats Don’t Face Backwards — Even Though It’s Safer Have you ever wondered why airplane seats all face forward like an auditorium? Well, there is no particular reason for that. In fact, some researchers say that rear-facing seats could be actually safer. Similar situation is with rear-facing car seat. According to the studies […]

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Airport Closed After Passenger Accidentally Wrote” Bomb” On Her Bag Instead Of Bombay

Airport Closed After Passenger Accidentally Wrote” Bomb” On Her Bag Instead Of Bombay

Airport Closed After Passenger Accidentally Wrote” Bomb” On Her Bag Instead Of Bombay Everybody knows the word “Bomb” better not be used in public areas. However, errors happen, yesterday a grandma traveling from India wrote on her bag “bomb” instead of Bombay which led to an investigation and shut down airport. Venkata Lakshmi is the […]

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IAI Is About To Develop Electrically-powdered Aircraft

IAI Is About To Develop Electrically-powered Aircraft

IAI Is About To Develop Electrically-powered Aircraft IAI – Israel Aerospace Industry has an aim to develop electrically-powered aircraft in a near future. They recently put some major investments in R&D projects concerning the green energy. IAI is currently developing a prototype which is expected to be ready for use in around 3 three years […]

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12 Essentials Every Flight Attendant Has When Flying

12 Essentials Every Flight Attendant Has When Flying

12 Essentials Every Flight Attendant Has When Flying Flight attendant job is very dynamic and they always have to be prepared for the unexpected, therefore some essentials in their luggage never change. Huffspot made an interview with cabin crew members traveling to the most various destinations in the world and designed a list of the […]

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Is Airbnb Launching An Airline?

Is Airbnb Launching An Airline?

Is Airbnb Launching An Airline? Airbnb is reportedly considering launching an airline. Multi-billion company with the CEO Brian Chesky ahead is well known for innovative and unusual solutions. Offering flying services would take it to a completely new level however it is a very long way to go there yet. Recently Brian Chesky gave an […]

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Passengers Are Impacted By Air France Strike

Passengers Are Impacted By Air France Strike

Passengers Are Impacted By Air France Strike The plans of thousands of passengers flying with Air France were doomed to collapse today due to the strikes of pilots, cabin crew and ground staff of the airline. Employees were protesting for the better working conditions and raised salaries. The airline estimates that nearly a third of […]

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Iran Plane Crash: All 65 Aboard Feared Dead

Iran Plane Crash: All 65 Aboard Feared Dead All 65 passengers and crew are feared dead in a plane crash in central Iran after the domestic flight came down in bad weather in a mountainous region. Aseman Airlines flight 3705 went off radar 50 minutes into its journey, not far from its destination. The twin-engine […]

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Aviation Career

Top 5 Reasons Aviation Career is in Your Future

Top 5 Reasons Aviation Career is in Your Future People dream of becoming pilots for many different reasons. Whether it’s for an adrenaline rush, following a parent’s footsteps, or simply being enthusiastic about planes, becoming a pilot is a great accomplishment. Here are a few of the top reasons your aviation career is waiting: Flying […]

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Things Pilots Notice When They Travel As Passengers

Things Pilots Notice When They Travel As Passengers

Things Pilots Notice When They Travel As Passengers Pilots and experts are trained to be attentive on planes, so even when they don’t have to fly the plane and can sit in the main cabin, pilots notice things that other passengers don’t. Business Insider interviewed two airline pilots and collected responses from a Quora thread to […]

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First Test Flight

Airbus VTOL Aircraft Completes First Test Flight

Airbus VTOL Aircraft Completes First Test Flight Aerospace giant Airbus’ Vahana electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft called as Alpha One, completed its first autonomous test flight on 31 January. At 8:52AM, the full-scale vehicle reached a modest height of five meters (16 feet) before descending safely. The self-piloted flight only lasted 53 seconds, but […]

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