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CROSS-WIND APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEM OF AN AIRCRAFT

In aviation, a crosswind landing is a landing maneuver in which a significant component of the prevailing wind is perpendicular to the runway center line. Aircraft in flight are subject to the direction of the winds in

Airbus A380 Interesting Facts

1. The first fact about A380 will surprise you. Many believe that A380 is the largest plane in the world. It is not! There is one more airplane called Antonov An-225, it is larger than A380. It is russian-made

Runway Lighting Technical Specifications

Technical specifications  Runway lighting is used at airports that allow night landings. Seen from the air, runway lights form an outline of the runway. A particular runway may have some or all of the following: Runway end

A plane on conveyor belt which in opposite direction, Can takeoff?

The plane on the conveyor belt A plane is on a conveyor belt which moves in the opposite direction. Can it take off? This page is an appendix to the Physclips page Vectors and relative motion. It

AVIATION LIFE WHY DON’T PLANES FLY OVER TIBET?

Many great circle routes would benefit from flying over several regions of Tibet. But… Mean average elevation above sea level: 16,000′ – if an emergency landing were required, assuming it was even possible, the oxygen level is