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Male. Lives in  India. Born on February 4, 1979

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by on May 24, 2018
   AME institutes again fooling students, seeking for their career in Aviation. Just to take admissions and run their #CoachingInstitutes they're using all techniques, false promises, fake entrance tests, inaccurate information. Faulty system of DGCA allowing them to loot innocent and poor youths and their families. DGCA haven't proper roadmap to conduct Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course. In the name of DGCA, Government of India approval these Institutes looting people. Here's some facts o...
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by on May 21, 2018
After an Asiana Airlines Airbus A330-300’s wing collided with the tail of a Turkish Airlines A321 while taxiing at Istanbul Airport on May 13, an  investigation has been launched.The Asiana Airlines A330 was taxiing when it struck the Turkish Airlines A321 (TC-JMM). The incident was captured on the camera on posted on YouTube.Here the video - https://youtu.be/XyhxExhfVic Turkish Airlines confirmed the incident adding no one was injured, although both aircraft suffered physical damage. Also, a Tu...
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by on May 19, 2018
Federal Aviation Administration on Friday granted approval for Boeing’s new foldable wingtips design incorporated in its latest 777 jets.The foldable wing-tips design incorporated into Boeing 777-8 and 777-9 models, would allow the aircraft wing-tips folded during ground operations and fit into the standard-sized airport parking space.The wing-tips folding features 235 feet wingspan to be reduced to 212 feet upon touchdown. The wing-tips folds once the aircraft touches down and a set of locking ...
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by on April 1, 2018
GMR Aero Technic are facing staffing pressure and could increase wages to help retain and attract enough mechanics at its MRO shops—a move that would increase costs for customers.“We experienced some labor pressure” at two MRO facilities “as the market is tightening for skilled technicians,” GMR Aero Technic CEO said on a recent earnings call. “We’re working to get a handle on this situation, and we have a number of initiatives underway.”GMR Aero Technic has launched “recruiting initiatives” and...
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by on October 22, 2016
Fault Lines Stripes- AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING. Aviation, for one part, has certainly come a long way. From the days of the Wright Brothers who were decorated with degraded adjectives for trying to fly to the times of Space tourism, the technology has evolved drastically. The aviation that was once restricted only to a handful is now accessible to even the lower income groups. The airline industries have commercialized civil aviation and have expanded rapidly. This rapid expansion of ...
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by on October 20, 2016
ETOPS REQUIREMENTS ETOPS is "Extended Twin Engine operation". The ETOPS regulation is designed for any aircraft with twin engines. Why and What are the ETOPS Categories?? ETOPS: This definition is agreed by the ICAO - International Civil Aviation Organization -. This regulation has requirements to comply with it. They are determined by the FAA, CAA, and other NAA. The Idea of ETOPS is to make sure that any aircraft categorized at specific ETOPS category will fly to its destination over ...
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by on August 16, 2016
When an Emirates flight from Thiruvananthapuram crash-landed at the Dubai airport last week, a sudden, powerful change in wind direction was a primary cause. NDTV has exclusively accessed the “Event Summary” of the accident filed by the pilots of the Boeing 777, which spells out the details of the final moments before theplane crashed to a halt partly on its belly, one of its Rolls Royce engines having been torn off the wing of the jet. There were nearly 300 passengers and crew on board, most o...
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by on August 16, 2016
In the event of total loss of braking, aircraft is left with emergency braking provided by yellow brake accumulator. Basically 7 to 8 full brake pedal applications are possible from accumulator and during emergency situation pilots are left with no other choice except trusting on brake accumulator. Hence It is very important job of aircraft engineers to keep the accumulator pressure in specified range given in the manual for correct emergency brake operation. Also brake accumulator pressure prov...
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by on August 16, 2016
Why engine fan cone have spiral mark?   Swirls and lines on engine spinners.  The spiral shapes can been seen on jet engines everywhere and come in several different designs and variations. They look cool on a spinning engine, but do they have a higher purpose?     There doesn’t seem to be an official, industry name for these things, so let’s call them “spinner spirals.” The spinner is the cone or dome shaped part on the front of many jet engines. Engine and aircraft manufactu...
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by on August 16, 2016
Why is an airplane nose-up while landing?   There are two reasons.  First, you want to touch down on the main wheels.  They’re built to hold the most weight of the three wheels and intended to take that initial load of the plane landing.  They’re also near the center of gravity of the plane too which makes things easier for the pilot.   Second you want the plane to be relatively slow when it touches down.  That means to get lift the plane’s wings will have to be angled somewhat upwards.  Since ...
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