Good public relationships today can mean huge traveler percentage tomorrow.
Public relations by an airport manager are the management function that attempts to create goodwill for an organization and its products, services, or ideals with groups of people who can affect its present and future welfare. (Wells et al, 2004) In simple terms,
Throughout the history of aviation, accidents have and will continue to occur. With the introduction of larger and more complex aircraft, the number of humans required to operate these complex machines has increased as well as, some say, the probability of human error. There are studies upon studies of aircraft accidents and inciden
The air transportation industry in 2005 is facing the most difficult challenges in its 100 year history and no palpable relief is in the offing. Air carriers must seek out, like never before, cost containment and efficient operating methods. As legacy carriers hemorrhage red ink and low cost carriers return profits year after year, aggressive strat
In todays world people are always looking to improve things such as engines, this can benefit engine owners and give them a more reliable engine that can be put through its paces. A good way in improving engines is to monitor its actions. Today I am going to talk about ways to monitor the engines vibrations.
There are two main types of mo
The Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS) is a flight deck system that gives pilots visual and audible warnings of various conditions that might cause danger to the aircraft and its passengers. It was invented by Don Bateman, a Canadian born engineer. He started work on the GPWS in the late 1960s after a series of Controlled Flight Into Terrain (
Project Mercury was the United States’ first attempt to send humans into space. It began in 1958. The project had three main objectives: to orbit a manned spacecraft around Earth, to see how well humans fared in space, and to recover both the spacecraft and its crew safely. Project Mercury made six manned flights from 1961 to 1963.
It was a clear sunny day at Kennedy Space Center in Florida with a temperature of 36 degrees which was 15 degrees cooler than NASA has ever sent a shuttle to space. Aboard the space shuttle was a civilian school teacher which made the Challenger such a publicized event. After being delayed five times from bad weather the Challenger was schueled to