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soft field

Have you ever heard the word soft field in aviation? The wing flaps make it possible for these operations to always be supported. The airplane can take off and land with balance thanks to the soft field. The planes, however, actually don’t benefit much from this comfy sphere.   This article discusses this instrument’s meaning,,…

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Single engine aircraft

Knowing what a single engine aircraft is differs from knowing what its importance is. This aircraft is known for its additional performance and how convenient it is for both commercial and personal use. But do you agree that a single engine aircraft is better than a double engine aircraft? In this article, I will be…

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Short field

Starting a short field touchdown is one of the most difficult tasks a pilot must perform. To perform a quick field landing, a pilot needs to have a great deal of experience. One can ponder whether that is a component of flying techniques or what a short  landing entail. Could that be a landing procedure…

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Straight flight

When a pilot makes a straight flight, it is to the best interest of the passengers on board. Not being in the field of astronautics may prove this understanding difficult, especially when the pilot makes an announcement of using a straight flight technique to fly safely. This article is aimed at explaining to you what…

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Upwind leg

Depending on its current action, a plane may use the upwind leg to land or take off. Are they going off or landing? You might be asking what the term means and why it’s used in aviation. This word might have only had the most basic significance to you when you first heard it. In…

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Turbocharged engine

Most likely when you hear the word turbocharged engine, you immediately think of the word “quick.” You wouldn’t be wrong either; this particular engine type is known for allowing you to push the pedal all the way to the floor. Do you, however, really understand what a turbocharged engine means and how it operates. This…

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Urgent condition

Have you ever heard of the word “urgent condition”?. when the pilot has any doubts about the aircraft’s position, fuel capacity, weather, or any other circumstance that could jeopardize flight safety, the aircraft is at least in an emergency situation. Asking for assistance should be done at this point rather than after things have gotten…

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Wind shear Aviation

When the phrase wind shear is used, you might immediately think of something wind-related, but discussing shear in aviation can be more confusing. Having little turbulence when flying is nothing new for a pilot or passenger, but you could have heard the captain say that “the flight is suffering a little wind shear,” which made…

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Wing walker

Who is a wing walker, one would wonder? Despite the fact that the 1940s saw the end of the wing-walking heyday, skilled pilots are still known to do acrobatics on restored vintage biplanes today. This is a topic that many people might find difficult to answer, yet one can simply credit it to some. But…

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