First and foremost, unsprprisingly, aircraft lights are used to improve visibility, since being seen significantly improves the safety of a form of transport that is already the world's safest.
Much has been written about this small device that all commercial aircraft have been incorporating for more than half a century, and little wonder: 'black boxes' are essential in order to identify the causes of an accident.
This subset of aviation geeks not only follow the industry avidly but who also spend as much of their free time as possible “on the hunt”, hunkered down for hours around airports watching and usually photographing commercial airliners taking off and landing
This doughty workhorse of the tarmac goes into action when it’s time to push an aircraft back from the gate at which it’s parked so that it can taxi out onto the runway. Fascinating to watch!
In the previous edition we already introduced in a generic way the concepts and constraints that directly impacts the design of a passenger cabin. But considering a more technical frame, how is the interior designed?
An aircraft’s undercarriage (aka landing gear) is absolutely critical to our aviation systems, and we take meticulous care to keep it in optimum working order.