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a signal used to indicate an urgent situation where there is no immediate danger to aircraft or life.
The international rules of airspace for all member nations (most of the world).
an aircraft manufacturer based in the Czech Republic.
a device installed in some fixed-wing aircraft to prevent the aircraft from entering an aerodynamic stall. Some large fixed-wing aircraft display poor post-stall handling characteris…
a fixed-wing aircraft configuration featuring multiple wing planes. The wing planes may be stacked one above another, or one behind another, or both in combination.
A Fenestron (or fantail, sometimes called "fan-in-fin") is a protected tail rotor of a helicopter operating like a ducted fan. Placing the fan within a duct reduces tip vortex losses, shields the tail…
conducted by the Air Force to choose candidates who want to join as pilot (Air Warrior) in Air Force Flying Branch.
Tip jet refers to the jet nozzles at the tip of some helicopter rotor blades, to spin the rotor, much like a Catherine wheel firework.
the travel of the flame from an Internal Combustion Chamber to the fuel tank through the tube (pipe) which brings the fuel to the chamber for combustion.
a four-seat light helicopter produced by the Robinson Helicopter Company since 1992. Based on the company's two-seat Robinson R22, the R44 features hydraulically assisted flight co…
The German Aviation Regulations or "Luftverkehrs-Ordnung", commonly referred to as "LuftVO"
Advanced Aviation Training Devices, such as simulators that are used for training pilots in more advanced topics.
the process of using a small aircraft, able to expel special smoke during flight, to fly in certain patterns to create writing readable by someone on the ground.
a type of aviation fuel designed for use in aircraft powered by gas-turbine engines (from Wikipedia).