“Russian Helicopters” to present a record number of rotorcraft at Dubai Airshow 2021
At the Dubai Airshow 2021, “Russian Helicopters” Holding Company will for the first time demonstrate six full-scale samples of Russian rotorcraft, which to be presented on static display and in flight program of the airshow. Guests and participants will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the light multipurpose helicopters Ka-226T Climber and Ansat, attack helicopters Ka-52 and Mi-28NE, as well as multipurpose heavy Mi-171A2.
One of the main novelties of the Dubai Airshow 2021 will be the international premiere of the Mi-28NE attack helicopter. Never has this “Night Hunter” modification been demonstrated at foreign exhibitions. Another modern Russian attack helicopter Ka-52, which takes part in the Dubai Airshow for the first-time, will pair with it. At the exhibition, Mi-28NE and Ka-52 will demonstrate a rich flight program with elements of complex aerobatics used in real air combat maneuvers. These new generation combat machines are designed to destroy tanks, armored and unarmored vehicles, manpower and enemy helicopters in all weather conditions at any time of the day.
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Dubai Airshow 2021 will present another debutant – the modernized light helicopter Ka-226T Climber, which is also demonstrated abroad for the first time. This year it premiered at the MAKS-2021 air show in Moscow. The upgraded Ka-226T, in comparison with the previous models, has improved flight and technical characteristics. Flight speed has been increased, unloaded weight reduced, and the range of operation increased. The Ka-226T Climber is distinguished by its low vibration level, ease and simplicity of operation, ability to take off and land on sites of minimum dimensions and high hover accuracy even when operating with a load on the external suspension. One of the Ka-226T Climber key features is its adaptability for high altitude flights.
Facts Pilots Don’t Want You To Know…!!
How Airbus deftly avoided the A350 controversy while obtaining fresh orders to secure its future.
Building a brand takes a lot of time and effort, but when anything goes wrong, it can be a nightmare for a firm that is doing well in the market. A huge issue arises when the supplier fails to respond properly to the buyer. When a passenger’s query is not appropriately answered, most airlines suffer comparable challenges. Individuals may escalate the matter to a new level, causing the brand to suffer.
In business, the customer is always correct. When there is a problem with a client, before we criticize them, we must first try to remedy the situation, especially if that customer is very influential in your business. A good business can only be achieved when the products sell in the market after the services and guarantees of the product are taken care of.
Airbus had severe hurdles seeking fresh orders as a result of the A350 paint issue. The issue was temporarily halted due to the COVID pandemic. It had little effect on the Airbus corporation, but after the post-Covid period, the company experienced some difficulties in gaining further orders.
Farnborough Airshow is one of the most well-known aviation market events. Airbus did not receive any orders for wide-body aircraft such as the A350, but it did receive orders for narrow-body aircraft such as the A320 and A220 families.
Qatar Airlines reported paint problems with its Airbus A350 planes. The problem was with the paint on the aircraft’s exterior, which was reportedly peeling off and fading prematurely.
Qatar Airlines had discussed the matter with Airbus, which had acknowledged the issue and stated that it was working on a solution. The paint issue was not thought to have harmed the aircraft’s safety or performance, but it was viewed as a cosmetic issue that could harm the airline’s brand image.
Airbus indicated that the problem was with the paint’s supplier and that it was working with the supplier to enhance the paint’s quality. Airbus also offered to repaint the impacted aircraft for Qatar Airways and was said to be trying to prevent similar problems in the future.
Owing to the A350 situation with Qatar, Airbus canceled the A320 family aircraft orders. After the cancellation, Qatar turned its attention to Boeing and placed new orders for the Boeing Max and Boeing 777x aircraft. There was all-out head-to-head warfare between the two parties.
Airbus expertly managed the situation and provided the fixes.
Airbus indicated that the problem was with the paint’s supplier and that it was working with the supplier to enhance the paint’s quality. Airbus also offered to repaint the impacted aircraft for Qatar Airways and was said to be trying to prevent similar problems in the future.
However, Airbus wisely moved to the settlement of the concerns and initiated the resolution of the problem and remedy the issue, as well as ensuring that future aircraft will not suffer any such challenges. As soon as the news arrived, it began receiving new orders for aircraft. Air India has confirmed large orders for A350-900 and 1000 series planes. Other airlines began to show interest in it as well.
The longest flight in the world will be operated by Qantas Project Sunrise using the A350 aircraft since there is sufficient confidence in the aircraft. The range of the Qantas aircraft, which can fly nonstop for up to 19 hours, will be increased to around 9,700 nm.
Airbus addressed this incident skillfully to prevent lasting damage. The same thing serves as a reminder to other manufacturers that in order to prevent losing new orders, they must act promptly to address any problems that are delaying deliveries or after-sales services.
The aerospace sector is difficult since nothing is ever completely perfect when you release any new items. It’s important to embrace the truth and work through any problems.
Airbus is renowned for its highest-quality airplanes and advancements, and it always introduces the most recent technology first. we hope it will continue and aid in the future efficiency and smooth operation of the airline sector. Let us know what you think about Airbus and Qatar Airways. Conflict resolution and the lesson we learned from it, according to you.
Airbus wins order for two ACH160 helicopters in India
Atlanta, Airbus Corporate Helicopters has won an order for two ACH160 helicopters in India – the first sale of the type in the region.
The helicopters will be delivered with the ACH160 Exclusive configuration for business use by the customer who is an experienced helicopter operator. Under the terms of the contract, Airbus Corporate Helicopters will provide a turnkey solution to ensure smooth entry into service of both helicopters.
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Olivier Michalon, EVP – Global Business, Airbus Helicopters, said “We are proud to announce this milestone contract for two ACH160 helicopters for our Indian customer. We thank them for their pioneering vision and I am confident that the entry into service of this helicopter will set a new benchmark for helicopter operations in India, especially for private aviation and premium charters.”
Airbus Helicopters is proud to be a key contributor to the Indian government’s ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ mission. “This new order – the first in India for any helicopter in the H160 range – further reinforces our commitment to the Indian market where already more than 120 Airbus helicopters are flying,” added Olivier Michalon.
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The ACH160 is the latest member of the ACH family and is the world’s most technologically advanced helicopter, with 68 new Airbus patented technologies.
It provides 20% greater volume per passenger compared to previous generation medium twin helicopters and 35% larger windows than its competitors, resulting in the brightest cabin in its class.
The ACH160’s advanced air conditioning technology allows precise temperature control and optimal cabin air quality with highly efficient air exchange. In the ACH160 Exclusive version, mood lighting contributes to reduced fatigue.
Cheapest and Expensive airports in US
Based on information from the Bureau of Transportation Services’ 2022 Q3 quarter, CivMetrics, a journalism group, collects key data for airports in the United States. In this article, we look at average fare data for Q3 2022 at the 100 busiest US airports.
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The 10 expensive airports in the top 100, as measured by average fares:
- Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC)- $540
- Dane County Regional Airport (MSN)-$534
- Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)-$508
- Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP)-$493
- Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (BHM)- $479
- Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO)-$477
- San Francisco International Airport (SFO)-$467
- Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT)-$458
- Pensacola International Airport (PNS)-$445
- Portland International Airport (PDX)-$443
The 10 cheapest airports in the U.S. as measured by average fares:
- St. Pete Clearwater International Airport (PIE)-$147
- Orlando Sanford International Airport (SFB)-$147
- Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR)-$240
- Harry Reid International Airport (LAS)-$256
- Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport (KOA)-#260
- Kahului Airport (OGG)-$262
- Orlando International Airport (MCO)-$276
- Bob Hope Airport (BUR)-$278
- Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL)-$279
- Metro Oakland International Airport (OAK)-$284
The report identifies most expensive airport was Ted Stevens Anchorage Airport in Alaska, where a flight cost $540 on average. The least expensive airport was St. Pete Clearwater Airport in Florida, where tickets typically cost roughly $147.
Rolls-Royce has begun testing F130 engines for the United States Air Force B-52 fleet at the NASA Stennis
Rolls-Royce (LSE: RR., ADR: RYCEY) today announces it has launched F130 engine testing at the company’s outdoor test facility at the NASA Stennis Space Center in Mississippi, U.S. Rolls-Royce F130 engines were selected by the United States Air Force to replace the existing powerplants in the B-52 fleet, with over 600 new engine deliveries expected. This milestone test program is the first time F130 engines have been tested in the dual-pod engine configuration of the B-52 aircraft. Each B-52 aircraft has eight engines in four pods.
The engine testing will focus on crosswind aerodynamic flow as well as confirming the successful operation of the engine’s digital controls system. Early results from the testing have been very positive with additional test data to be analyzed over the next several months.
Rolls-Royce is collaborating very closely with the Air Force and Boeing, which is managing the overall engine integration and B-52 aircraft modernization program. The new engines will extend the life of the B-52 aircraft by 30 years. F130 engines are so durable they are expected to remain on the wing for the remainder of the aircraft’s life.
F130 engines will be manufactured, assembled, and tested at Rolls-Royce facilities in Indianapolis, the company’s largest production facility in the U.S. Rolls-Royce has invested $1 Billion in recent years to completely modernize manufacturing and testing facilities in Indiana, as well as for advanced technology.
F130 engines were selected for the B-52 by the Air Force in September 2021 following a competitive selection process. The F130 is derived from the Rolls-Royce BR family of commercial engines, with over 30 million hours of operation and a high-reliability rate. It’s a proven, dependable engine with a fuel-efficient design.
Boeing, Atlas Air Celebrate Delivery of Final 747, an Airplane that Transformed Aviation and Global Air Travel
EVERETT, Wash., Jan. 31, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Boeing [NYSE: BA] and Atlas Air Worldwide [Nasdaq: AAWW] joined thousands of people – including current and former employees as well as customers and suppliers – to celebrate the delivery of the final 747 to Atlas, bringing to a close more than a half-century of production.
Boeing employees who designed and built the first 747, known as the “Incredibles,” returned to be honored at the Everett factory where the journey of the 747 began in 1967. The factory produced 1,574 airplanes over the life of the program.
“This monumental day is a testament to the generations of Boeing employees who brought to life the airplane that ‘shrank the world,’ and revolutionized travel and air cargo as the first widebody,” said Stan Deal, president, and chief executive officer of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. “It is fitting to deliver this final 747-8 Freighter to the largest operator of the 747, Atlas Air, where the ‘Queen’ will continue to inspire and empower innovation in air cargo.”
- Largest commercial aircraft: The 747 was the largest commercial aircraft when it was first introduced in 1970, and its size has been surpassed only by the Airbus A380.
- Longest production run: The 747 had the longest production run of any commercial airliner, with continuous production from 1968 to 2021.
- Most units produced: The 747 is the most-produced wide-body airliner in history, with over 1,500 units produced.
- Fastest transatlantic crossing: The 747 set a record for the fastest transatlantic crossing by a commercial airliner, completing the journey in just under 4 hours.
- Most passengers carried: The 747 has carried more passengers than any other commercial airliner, with over 5 billion people flown on the aircraft.
- Most cargoes carried: The 747 is also the most widely used cargo aircraft in the world, having carried more cargo than any other aircraft.
- Longest-range commercial airliner: The 747-8, the latest version of the 747, is capable of flying non-stop for over 8,000 nautical miles, making it the longest-range commercial airliner in the world.
- Most fuel-efficient wide-body airliner: The 747-8 is also one of the most fuel-efficient wide-body airliners, with fuel consumption that is significantly lower than its predecessors.
“We are honored to continue our long history of flying this iconic aircraft for our customers around the world,” said John Dietrich, president, and chief executive officer, Atlas Air Worldwide. “Atlas Air was founded over 30 years ago with a single 747-200 converted freighter, and since then, we have spanned the globe operating nearly every fleet type of the 747, including the Dreamlifter, Boeing’s 747 Large Cargo Freighter, for the transport of 787 Dreamliner parts. We are grateful to Boeing for their shared commitment to safety, quality, innovation, and the environment, and for their partnership to ensure the continued success of the 747 programs as we operate the aircraft for decades to come.”
As the first twin-aisle airplane and “jumbo jet,” the “Queen of the Skies” enabled airlines to connect people across vast distances and provide non-stop trans-oceanic flights. Its development solidified Boeing’s role as an industry leader in commercial aviation. The airplane’s core design with its distinctive hump and seating in the upper deck has delighted generations of passengers and operators alike. Boeing continued to improve on the original design with models like the 747-400 in 1988 and the final 747-8 model that was launched in 2005; across all the models, the jet has delivered unmatched operating economics and efficiency to travel and air cargo markets.
Will Boeing use NASA’s TTBW prototype to begin building short haul aircraft?
The full-scale Transonic Truss-Braced Wing, which is expected to fly by 2028, is being developed jointly by Boeing and NASA. This aircraft might set the pace for future advancements in the aviation industry. As with other commercial aircraft, the classic wing structure consists of a single, fixed frame. The new design will replace the existing method of attaching two frame structures to the fuselage, extending the length of the wing, adding additional strength, and improving stability and effectiveness.
The new design’s development is crucial for Boeing since it will maintain the footprints on small-segment aircraft while also achieving the most efficient aircraft that might result in a higher market share.
Increase fuel economy by 30%
The scale Transonic Truss-Braced Wing (TTBW) demonstrator aircraft has already been subjected to wind tunnel testing and other structural enhancements for the aircraft body parameters. Future designs will be influenced by the technology shown off and put to the test as part of the Sustainable Flight Demonstrator (SFD) initiative, which may result in ground-breaking aerodynamic and fuel efficiency improvements.
Depending on the mission, a single-aisle airplane with a TTBW layout could, when coupled with anticipated improvements in propulsion systems, materials, and systems architecture, cut fuel consumption and emissions by up to 30%.
This aircraft will serve approximately 50% of the commercial market which is short to medium whole single aircraft but we’re going to reduce as much is 30% the fuel consumption with better engines and look at this way longer and thinner and it’s so long and thin it Hass to have a breeze but you can actually get list on this brace as well as the way the old concept of the old biplane Stabilized by the braces that will make commercial airliners much more fuel efficient by creating less drag and in addition to the design the sustainable flight demonstrator will integrate multiple other related green technologies this configuration will save fuel.
Aircraft may have up to 130 seat capacity.
This aircraft will be classified as a small to medium-haul aircraft and can accommodate up to 100 to 130 seats, which is comparable to the E195-E2 seating capacity. Initial designs for aircraft will be tested in smaller sizes before gradually growing to larger ones. According to a NASA detail, an aircraft may receive a lift from both the upper and lower wing flaps.
Advanced propulsion systems, which are now constrained by a lack of underwing space in today’s low-wing airplane layouts, could potentially be accommodated by ultrathin wings braced by struts with bigger spans and higher aspect ratios. Boeing will combine brand-new components with existing car parts to create the prototype vehicle.
Funding for TTBW
The program jointly funded NASA’s funding through the SFD Space Act Agreement totaled $425 million. The SFD program will also leverage up to $725 million in funding from Boeing and its industry partners to shape the demonstrator program and meet the resource needs required. Separately, Boeing’s previous internal investments for recent phases of sustainable aviation research total $110 million.
The TTBW airframe concept is the result of more than a decade of development supported by NASA, Boeing, and industry investments. Under previous NASA programs including the agency’s Subsonic Ultra Green Aircraft Research program, Boeing conducted extensive wind tunnel testing and digital modeling to advance the design of the TTBW. Early conceptual studies started under NASA’s Environmentally Responsible Aviation program
Here are more details of the technology with explained by the NASA bill Nelson.
” We are constantly attempting to figure out how to lessen our carbon footprint here as terrestrial beings on the surface of planet earth, we have out there in space that is measuring what is happening with our planet and will increasingly do so. Today is an announcement about aviation, climate, and technology, and Pam has introduced that when you fly in any kind of aircraft, you are surrounded by NASA technology.
we have made aviation more sustainable independence it’s in our DNA now during the 70s and the 80s NASA research resulted in a new type of winning A few and today were improving takeoff and landing taxi technology to see if you’ll cut the leaves and get you to your destinations sooner and cheaper and we did a multi-year project at the Charlotte airport it’s now in 20 airports around the country so that when you pull back from the gate continuously without that stop-start the burn so much fuel and by the way burns you up in impatience to finally get on your flight and so smoothly down to the end of the tax with an on and take off. ”
” We’re working to develop new next-generation aircraft and engines that would make commercial airliners as much as Year and if we can accomplish that people across the world we’re gonna be able to fly over populated areas supersonic to get to their destinations faster and we’re leaving the development of electric propulsion powered aircraft we’re gonna fly the X 57 this year quieter more efficient and environmentally friendly than today’s commuter planes and so NASA is at the cutting edge of technology when it comes to fly that’s a portable charger that leads us now why we are gathered here today to announce the next big development in NASA aeronautics in the commercial aviation industry national has selected Boeing as our partner in designing building and fly Single aisle aircraft which is scheduled to fly in 2028.”
As we know saving fuel is not only good for the planet it means less expensive tickets for passengers flying in the US you’re likely to board a single all aircraft like the size think of a 737 they are the workhorses of most of the fleets they remain the most in-demand design and are critical to retaining American competitiveness in manufacturing and Boeing estimates that Five in 2015 and despite an advancement the single all aircraft are also responsible for about half of the admissions today in the commercial aviation sector and that’s exactly why NASA chose Boeing for this project Boeings proposed design could make a significant contribution toward our goal of improving fuel efficiency as I said bye as much is 30% and we and they have a plan to make that a reality in just a few years this project aims to revolutionize the kind of aircraft in the public uses most frequently when they take to the skies and it’s going to be able to help meet President Biden’s goal to achievement zero aviation
Virgin Orbit wants to be the ‘Uber for satellites’. Its cost-effectiveness is explained.
Virgin Orbit put the satellite in Space Orbit for an affordable price. The new Uber business in the space.
The space market is a unique market because so few businesses and organizations are engaged in it. In the past, only government-funded organizations such as NASA from the USA, Russia, India, and China—among many others—were used to send satellites into orbit. Obtaining approval to send satellites through such organizations, which also included receiving geopolitical recommendations, took a fair amount of time. however, private firms have started to enter the industry during the past ten years, like Elon Musk’s SpaceX initiative. It is currently one of the most popular space launch services. However, the same Virgin corporation is also active in the space industry as they launch satellites and rockets using Boeing 747 jumbo jets. which would be a quicker technique for starting a small version satellite.
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One of Virgin’s two main programs is Virgin Galactic, which runs commercial flights for tourism purposes and offers orbital tours, which are very interesting to many interested tourists. in the same time and space. one more amazon follows Blue Origin One of each was established by Jeff Bezos in the year 2000. However, Virgin is also involved in the Virgin Orbit program, providing services including mid-air rocket and satellite launches.
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How does Virgin Orbit operate?
The satellite is carried by a Boeing 747 jumbo jet and launched from a platform atop some space travel. The launches will aid in the expansion of Spire Space Services, a platform that provides customers with quick and scalable access to space through a subscription model, as well as ongoing upgrades and enhancements to the company’s fully deployed satellite constellation. They serve as an example of the growing demand for small satellites. Spire will launch to a variety of orbits, from mid-inclination to polar, all from Virgin Orbit’s first spaceport in Mojave, California, taking full advantage of LauncherOne’s proven adaptability.
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A second chance for the 747
As is acknowledged, the Boeing 747 is gradually winding down from commercial flight operations due to a decline in demand as well as the need for extensive aircraft maintenance. However, it discovered a new way of life with Virgin Orbit, where it serves as a satellite launch pad. where it will be a component of the one big space mission that greatly enhances satellite networking. In the USA, GE engines are also tested on the Boeing 747. Additionally, it plays a crucial role in the testing of new engines. It can be utilized as a test bed or as a space observatory due to its four engines.
The space’s Virgin has now evolved into UBER.
Many businesses are searching for long-term viability in the market as competition increases. Space exploration is an expensive endeavor, but once you succeed, you can manage your corporation with ease. The space program has joined the private sector in order to compete with other organizations. Virgin Orbit, founded by Richard Branson, aims to become “Uber for satellites.” To launch satellites into orbit, the business uses a rocket hung beneath the wing of a jumbo jet. The business claims its delivery approach offers a significant benefit.
Virgin Orbit and Spire Global collaborate
Spire Global and Virgin Orbit previously demonstrated the flexibility of LauncherOne’s rapid call-up capabilities with the late-load of Spire’s ADLER-1 satellite on board the Above the Clouds mission from Mojave, California in January 2022—a mission that took just 22 days from the initial call-up to payload integration. Building on that achievement, the two companies are working together to provide Spire’s international clientele with speedy and adaptable launch solutions.
Spire Global, Inc. (NYSE: SPIR), a global provider of space-based data, analytics, and space services, has entered a legally binding Launch Service Agreement with the top launch provider Virgin Orbit (Nasdaq: VORB), to purchase numerous launches over a number of years, building on their shared track record for productive collaboration in responsive space. In 2023, the first launch is anticipated.
- Spire Global has committed to purchase multiple launches from Virgin Orbit, starting in 2023.
- The launches will support Spire’s growing Space Services business as well as upgrades and enhancements to the company’s fully deployed satellite constellation.
- The launches are part of Virgin Orbit’s growing launch backlog as it heads towards its first international launch later this year from the United Kingdom.
A reasonable cost for orbiting your satellite.
Spire has now been added to Virgin Orbit’s growing list of clients that want both launch site and orbital destination flexibility. Virgin Orbit is committed to offering the commercial, academic, and governmental small satellite industries flexible, inexpensive, quick launch opportunities anytime, anywhere.
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