Transcript: P-51 Fun Facts: Charles Lindbergh Born: February 4, 1902 Died: August 26, 1974 (age 72) Born (place): Detroit, Michigan Charles Lindbergh had many different hobbies and occupations with everything from american aviator to to environmental activist to military officer and many more. Charles was most well known for his flying, however. Charles started as a U.S. air mail pilot and became famous for his non-stop flight from Long Island, New York to Paris, France. All his fame and glory Dimensions Top speed: 437 mph Engine type:V12 engine First flight:26 October 1940 Number built:15,000+ cost:$50,985 (1945) Wingspan: 37' Length: 32' Height: 13' 8" Person The Plane First Commercial Flight The P-51 Mustang was a solution to the need for an effective bomber escort at first. The first engine prototype of the NA-73X took 102 days to build. The P-51D had six .50 caliber Browning machine guns holding 1,880 rounds The designer of the P-51 was Edgar Schmued Traits: P-51 Mustang The first flight took place on June 1, 1941. The first commercial flight took place in St. Peters burg flew to Tampa, Florida. The plane was in a line of planes called the St. Peters burg Air boat. The flights only took place for about four months but they paved the way for modern commercial flights.
Transcript: 9/2/20 Air Canada Airbus A321-211 Al-Maymun AQ Batch 5 Calgary Int'l Airport to Toronto Pearson Int'l Airport Content Content * Departure Airport * Aircraft Type * Operating Airline * The Flight * Arrival Airport * Conclusion * Refrences YYC Airport Calgary International Airport Facts YYC Facts Location: Current Name: Previous Name: IATA's Code: Calgary, Alberta province, Canada Calgary International Airport McCall Field Airport YYC, ICAO's code is CYYC Statics YYC Statistics 4th busiest Canadian Airport 16 million passengers annually 147,000 tonnes in 2017 https://www.yyc.com/en-us/media/factsfigures/passengerstatistics.aspx Design YYC Design 2 terminals 4 runways 2 in-terminal hotels 5 concourses (3,2) 50 gates (30,20) 21.36 km 2 https://calgary.skyrisecities.com/news/2016/12/science-behind-signs-wayfinding-yycs-new-international-terminal Aircraft Airbus A321 source : https://staralliancevirtual.org/fleet/models/air-canada-airbus-a321-211 Aircraft Dimensions - Cabin Height : 2.22 m. - Cabin Width : 3.7 m. - Cabin Length : 34.44 m. - Exterior Length : 44.51 m. - Fuselage Diameter : 3.96 m. https://www.winkreative.com/project/air-canada/ Aircraft Cabin Capacity - Seats / Economy Class : 176 seats - Seats / Business Class : 16 seats - Seats / First Class : 0 seats https://www.winkreative.com/project/air-canada/ Aircraft Wings - Wingspan : 34.10 - 35.80 meter. - Wing-area : 122.4 meter square. https://www.winkreative.com/project/air-canada/ - Travel Range: 5,926 Km - FL 'AC158' Range: 2,696 Km Aircraft Range Aircraft Weight - Max Take-off Weight : 93,500 Kg - Max Payload : 21,725 Kg Aircraft Speeds - Cruise Speed : 840 Km/h - Maximum Speed : 890 Km/h Aircraft Altitude - Service Ceiling : 39,000 feet - 'AC158' Altitude : 35,000 feet Aircraft Fuel Capacity - Fuel Tank Capacity : 29,681 Liter - Fuel Economy : 0.220 Km / Liter Aircraft Finances - Price :117.4 Million US Dollars - Charter Price from : $1600 - $2000 USD Air Canada Air Canada https://www.winkreative.com/project/air-canada/ Facts Air Canda Facts 5 major hubs Air Canada Facts Launched on 10/4/1937 Previous Name was Trans-Canada Airline 5 major hubs Destinations Destinations 210 airports 51 countries Fleet Air Canada Fleet Among 20 biggest airlines Air Canada, AC Express and AC Rouge Over 400 (396) airplanes History Air Canada History 1st in S.A. 29th worldwide 50 million annually 4th in 2015, but.. Approach 'AC158' Approach 1:26 local time 6:42 local time Flight time 3:15 yyc YYC Weather -6 °C 9Km/h 80% 11Km 10/12/19 TITLE YYZ Weather -2 °C 25Km/h 75% 24Km 10/12/19 YYZ Airport Toronto Pearson International Airport Facts YYZ Facts Location: Current Name: Previous Name: IATA's Code: Toronto, Ontario province, Canada Toronto Pearson International Airport Malton Airport YYZ, ICAO's code is CYYZ Statics YYZ Statistics Busiest Canadian Airport Over 49.5 million passengers annually 538,900 metric tons in 2017 https://blueswandaily.com/airport-insight-toronto-lester-b-pearson-international-airport/ Design YYZ Design 2 terminals (T1,T3) 5 runways and 30 taxiways 5 concourses (3,2) 106 gates (58,48) 18.67 km 2 2 in-terminal hotels Conculusion "Flying the flag" We are Any Questions? Refrences -https://www.timeanddate.com/weather/canada/toronto/historic?month=12&year=2019 -https://www.joc.com/air-cargo/top-canadian-cargo-airports-attract-new-services-focus-speed_20180507.html -https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toronto_Pearson_International_Airport - more links to find: https://docs.google.com/document/d/12ecBwqeZQsanmcoi-Ql8Z_IZRHm1TBr43fl6tqd1pkk/edit?usp=sharinghttps://docs.google.com/document/d/12ecBwqeZQsanmcoi-Ql8Z_IZRHm1TBr43fl6tqd1pkk/edit?usp=sharing
Transcript: Portable Light Sport Panel Mount Glass Cockpit This presentation provides an overview of Aviation in Garmin The Team Management Support Sales Garmin Aviation encompasses four main product types: Product Ranges Mainstream consumer products No certification Handheld Aids to Navigation Portable Older handheld device Aviation, Car and Marine modes Colour moving map Waypoint and flight plan information Panel page GPSMAP 96C GPSMAP 196 Black and white older unit Moving map display Panel Page Waypoint and flight planning Aviation, Car and Marine modes Aera 500 and 550 Touch screen technology Moving map Panel Page Waypoint and flight planning Terrain alerts Obstacle warnings Aviation and Car Moving map Panel page Larger display Chart View capability Terrain alerts Obstacle warnings FMS knob control interface GPSMAP 695 Full capacitive touch screen Panel page 3D Vision Technology Chart View capability Terrain alerts Obstacle warnings Moving map Aera 795 Garmin also caters for the LSA market This includes kit build/home aircraft These products are uncertified and specific to this market Functionality and features are similar to the high end products Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) Optional 1, 2 or 3 displays Primary Flight Display (PFD) Multi Function Display (MFD) Artificial Horizon Synthetic Vision (SVT) Engine management Moving map Database alerts G3X Cessna Skycatcher Full glass cockpit option Uncertified Features are the same as the G1000 and uses the same line units Steve Noujaim used this system to achieve a new world record flying from London to Cape Town in 3 days 11 hours and 16 mins G900x The most popular GA panel mount option Nav/Com/GPS functionality Moving map, transponder, audio panel, traffic, weather the list goes on Up to Part 23 aviation This covers single prop to twin turbine engines and light jets Avionics There are several flavours to this main product type which provide a mixture of GPS, Nav and Com capabilities Fully certified primary means of navigation Moving map Terrain and obstacle alerts GNS Range The Future is Here GTN Systems are coming to replace the GNS panel mount products Priced competitively Full touch screen features High resolution moving map Remote transponder and Audio Panel support Garmin GTN Mode A, C and S capable Designed to cover a range of aircraft certification requirements Upgradable for new features such as ADS-B (automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast) GTX Transponders For switching between Nav and Com transmissions Clear audio experience Pilot/co-pilot switches Talk to the passengers GMA Audio Panels 3D Audio Voice Recognition When a second Nav and Com are required Cheap alternative Clear display Easy input Separate Nav/Com SL30/40 GTS Traffic Traffic awareness system Shows real time moving traffic Works with GNS, G500/600 and G1000 aircraft Uses Iridium network to receive weather data Works with G500/600 and G1000 systems. SMS and call options GSR Weather Garmin also provides factory fitted fully integrated glass cockpit systems Primary means of navigation Full database and alerting systems Engine instrumentation OEM built to order G500/600 and G500H retrofit options King Air G1000 retrofit options Flight Deck or Glass Cockpits Retrofit glass cockpit option G500 for lighter GA aircraft G600 for heavier faster aircraft G500H for helicopters (display is reversed, helicopter terrain) Couples with existing Garmin stack G500/600 and G500H Fitted in Beechcraft, Cessna, Diamond, Cirrus, Mooney, Piper, Quest, Tiger, Socata, Cessna Mustang Jet, Embraer G1000 and G950 G1000 can also be retrofitted into the King Air C90, B200, B300 and B350 aircraft King Air Retrofit G1000H – Bell 407GX Brand new product 2 displays and touch controller Cessna is the launch partner Aircraft is the Corvalis TTx G2000 First ever touch screen glass cockpit technology Piper Jet and Honda Jet announced G3000 The G2000, G3000 and G5000 use the latest technology in touch screen panels These control every aspect of the system They can be used to control other remote systems GTC Panel To be factory fitted in the worlds fastest business jet – Citation X Recently announced, the new LearJet 70 and 75 are also G5000 selections G5000 Citation Latitude Citation M2 New Cessna Announcements G5000 Cockpit 2 Crew – 8 PAX 2,000 nm range 442 kts Cruise $14.9m Citation Latitude Citation Latitude G3000 Cockpit 2 Crew – 6 PAX 1,300 nm range 400 kts Cruise $4.195m Citation M2 Citation M2
Transcript: TIMELINE AVIATION Applications of flight early applications of flight first we will go over the applications of flight before other historical events before flight could take place these concepts had to be discovered 1738 Bernuollis principle was published in his book hydrodynamica the concept being: that an increase in a liquid's speed creates a pressure decrease and a decrease in a liquid's speed creates a pressure increase. 1738 1687 law of inertia newtons laws of motion law of force law of equal and opposite reaction first's in aviation first's in flight 1903 the Wright brothers make the first heavier- than- air flight 1927 Charles A. lindbergh makes the first non stop trans Atlantic flight the heinkel he 178 is the first jet power plane in 1939 in 36 year avaition exploded with new discoveries, progressing leaps and bounds technologically. but why so quickly WWI&II Other historical events big factors that influenced aviation was war. in the first 36 years of powered flight there were the start of 2 world wars. World War I at the beginning of the war planes were just used for reconnaissance, however soon with the invention of the interrupt gear, which allowed pilots to fire between their props. this lead to each military power constantly developing new technologies to get a leg up on each other. By the end of World War I, it was “indisputable,” that airplanes were the weapon of the future. WWI World War II WWII we all know and love the dog fights of World War II. I'm sure many of us are history buffs on the topic. However the key part of war is how it jump started production of, at the time, modern air craft. The United states alone produced over 300,000 planes during the war. This lead to the industry being more spread out to more common people. Ford the car manufacturer stopped making car to help the war effort and made B-24 Liberator. Women also served as experimental pilots in the WASP programs, along with production and assembly of the planes. Cabin pressurization was invented at the time and was in the b-29 post-war Post war After World War II, passenger travel surged to new levels. The federal government reorganized its regulatory agencies to manage the rapidly growing airline industry. FAA created on January 1, 1959 the Federal Aviation Association improved the safety of the nations airways prior to the formation of the FAA there were airline accidents, airport congestion, paired with the increasing performance of air planes the government felt the need to step in. FAA Growth in airlines Expansion modern Aviation Modern Aviation It's predicted that the demand for transportation will increase by 4.3% annually the industry creates over 65 million jobs world wide.
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Transcript: Small Glimpse of History Where did it all start? The Wright Brothers First powered flight. 1903 Through desire and passion for flight, many lower class people became famous and apart of the higher class. EX: Henri Farman - First powered flight for France 1907. Glenn Curtis - Father of powered flight. 1914 leading aircraft manufacture Amelia Earhart - Disappeared July 2nd 1937 First female pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. The EAA focus' on more of the Sport and Experimental aircraft. Built out of garages French Twin Turbine Kit Planes Hosts one of the greatest Aviation Gatherings in the US. OSHKOSH Planes from 100 Million dollars to a Thousand dollars WWW.AOPA.COM Everything you need to know about flying GA only of all classes Magazine ( Average Joe and Top 1% ) Online Lawyers Buying / Selling Aimed at the Average Joe. My inspiration with the magazine. The Wealthy AOPA Aircraft Owners and Pilot Association Dave Hirschman - Pilot Flies a Tutima Extra 300 L Price - 200-300 Grand Why - Just to fly the Colorado River Run Every Year. Jeremy Walker - Friend Flies a Diamond 42 Twin Star Price - Around 750 Grand Why - Just so he can fly all over the US. Three types of aviation. Military Commercial GA or General Aviation WWW.EAA.COM With in General Aviation there are many classes within it. 1. Airplane ( Single & Multi. ) 2. Hot Air Balloon 3. Lighter Then Air 4. Sport 5. Experimental 6. Aerobatic Aviation ( GA ) Average People Flying. Ben Walton, Founder and CEO of Summit Aviation. Born into an average family in 1977. Flight School in Indiana ( All Certs.) Started Summit Aviation in 2004 Why - Always Wanted To. Ronald Garvin, Veteran U.S. Army Grew up on welfare. Drafted in 1965 ( Crew Chief ). 50th Birthday decided to get PP. Why - Just loves to fly.
Transcript: http://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/category/projects/drones/ Casualty estimates SHARKLETS FOR THE A320 FAMILY REFERENCE Weather At Time Of Crash These devices also should allow for less thrust to be used during takeoff when runway performance is not “limiting,” thereby decreasing airport noise. In addition to their environmental benefits, Deliveries of the A320ceo jetliners with Sharklets began in December 2012 with the first aircraft’s handover to AirAsia the largest low-cost carrier in Asia and the biggest A320 Family airline customer Boeing 777 Asiana Airlines Flight 214 took off from Incheon International Airport (ICN) The weather was very good History Of The Flight Sharklet Pakistan 2004–2013 CIA Drone Strikes Total strikes: 378 Obama strikes: 326 Total killed: 2,528-3,644 Civilians killed: 416-948 Children killed: 168-200 Injured: 1,125-1,545 Aircraft type: 737-500 Date: 17th november 2013 First Flight: 1990-06-18(23 years 5 months) Operator: Tatarstan Airlines Registration: VQ-BBN Departure: Domodedovo International airport, Moscow(DME) Destination: kazan International Airport, Kazan (KZN) Distance: 800km History Of The Flight second incident Date: 17th December 2001 Site: Tancredo Neves International airport Passengers: 108 Injuries: None Operator: Rio Sul Summary: while landing on a bad weather, the plane crashed 70meter short Of runway, damaging its landing gear Video of What should have happened and what actually happened. UTA Flight 772 Crash Memorial Google Map Coordinates Zoom-in Feature Symbolish drones can be hacked drones are lethal Reported deaths and injuries The 2.5-metre tall winglets will replace the aircraft’s current wingtip fence. Airbus has enhanced its A320 Family jetliners with fuel-saving Sharklets, There are 112 Airbus A320 in India (excluding A321 and A319), 17.8% of which are equipped with fuel-saving sharklets. Yemen 2002–2013 US Covert Action Confirmed drone strikes: 55-65 Total killed: 269-389 Civilians killed: 21-56 Children killed: 5 Injured: 67-150 Possible extra drone strikes: 81-100 Total killed: 287-464 Civilians killed: 23-48 Children killed: 6-9 Injured: 81-108 Other covert operations: 12-77 Total killed: 144-380 Civilians killed: 59-88 Children killed: 24-26 Injured: 22-114 UAV/UAS Weather: Light rain Wind: About 20mph Visibility: 9.65km The pilots had also performed a visual approach At 11:28 a.m., the plane crashed short of runway The landing gear and then the tail struck the seawall The vertical and both horizontal stabilizers fell on the runway before the threshold. Two evacuation slides were deployed The slides for the first and second doors on the right side of the aircraft (doors 1R and 2R) deployed inside. Somalia 2007–2013 US Covert Action Drone strikes: 4-10 Total killed: 9-30 Civilians killed: 0-15 Children killed: 0 Injured: 2-24 Other covert operations: 8-15 Total killed: 48-150 Civilians killed: 7-42 Children killed: 1-3 Injured: 13-21 Date: 26th November 2012 Site: Kazan International Airport Passengers: __ Injuries: None Operator: Tatarstan Air Summary: Returned to Kazan following loss of cabin pressure Airbus sees a potential market for the Sharklets’ retrofit on some 4,000 in-service A320 Family aircraft, and has already secured commitments from airlines for approximately 200 of them, including from U.S.-based carrier JetBlue. Include a fuel consumption reduction by up to four percent Extension of mission range by hundred nautical miles or payload capability increase by up to 450 kilograms. An unmanned aerial vehicle also known as a drone an aircraft without a human pilot on board. Its flight is controlled by computers. CoNCLUSION MEMBERS: Aditya, Rugixshan, Tahir, and Prasthan A Tatarstan airline’s Boing 737-500 airliner crashed on landing in the Russian city of Kazan on Sunday. Flight U9-363 departed from Moscow's Domodedovo Airport (DME) at 18:20 local time on a scheduled service to Kazan (KZN). Initial reports say the crew executed a missed approach procedure while on approach to Kazan's runway 11/29. The airplane crashed and broke up There were 44 passengers and 6 crewmembers on board at the crash. A journalist who said she had flown on the same aircraft from Kazan to Moscow earlier on same day told Russia's Channel TV that there was a strong vibration during the landing. BOING 737-500 CRASHES DURING SECOUND LANDING ATTEMPT History Of The Flight first incident http://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=20131117-0 http://www.euronews.com/2013/11/17/boeing-airliner-crashes-in-russian-city-of-kazan-50-killed/ http://www.avweb.com/avwebflash/news/Russian-Airliner-Crash-Kills-50220979-1.html http://rt.com/news/passenger-plane-crash-kazan-866/ http://www.ntsb.gov/investigations/reports_aviation.html PRECISIOn Asiana Crash July 2013 Conclusion References An unmanned aircraft system (UAS) includes ground stations and other elements besides the actual aircraft.
Transcript: Aviation By Zachary DeGroot WW1 Aviation In World War 1 the Germans were the first to use aircraft. At first it was only for scouting and recon, but when other countries started using planes, planes were used for dog fights. Commercial Aviation was one of the biggest events in aviation. Commercial Aviation is when passengers board an aircraft to be taken to a destination. It was way faster than other methods of transportation but it was also expensive. Commercial Aviation How it started The first scheduled passenger flight took off on January 1st, 1914. This event happened before the 1920s, but Commercial Aviation became popular and available during the 1920s. 1920s Aviation The 1920s was when commercial aviation took off. Companies made airlines and advertised grand flights across the country. They made the planes much more sutable for passenger too, like cushioned seats and tray tables. Near the end of the 1920s there was a debate if aviation had a future. There were many articles written about this topic. As you know, aviation has become a great part of our modern society. Has Aviation A Future? Citations
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