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For questions about aviation in the northern European country of Norway.
A twin-engine Soviet/Russian close air support (CAS) jet aircraft produced since 1975, and in service since 1981.
A World War II-era medium bomber from North American that entered service in 1941; nearly 10,000 were built from 1940 through 1945 in numerous variants.
A highly-versatile twin-engine flying boat designed by Consolidated and produced from 1936 through 1945.
A tail configuration where the horizontal stabilizers are mounted partway up the vertical stabilizer, rather than on the fuselage or at the top of the vertical stabilizer.
A single-piston-engine naval fighter-bomber developed before and during World War II by Chance-Vought; over 12,000 were built between 1940 and 1953.
PAR (Precision Approach Radar) is an uncommon type of precision approach that relies on a controller manually guiding the landing aircraft down to the runway by giving voice commands about whether to …
An early Soviet-designed twinjet which entered service in 1956, becoming only the second-ever jetliner (and the first-ever Eastern Bloc jetliner) to enter commercial service.
A series of twin-engine regional propliners, also known as the "Convairliners"; over a thousand, in several variants, were produced by Convair from 1947 through 1954, and many still fly today.
The Unmanned aerial system Traffic Management (UTM) tag should be used for questions related to air traffic control / management of unmanned aerial systems flying at low altitude (typically < 500 ft).…
A device that provides tactile feedback of an approaching stall by vibrating the control column / yoke / stick.
A twin-engine regional jet produced by Fokker from 1967 through 1987; it was Fokker's first jetliner.
A family of midsize-to-large business jets produced by Embraer since 2001.
Use for the Lockheed Martin X-59 QueSST (Quiet SuperSonic Technology) experimental airplane
Use for tiltwing; not to be confused with [tiltrotor]
Aircraft with a fuselage shaped like the hull of a boat to enable landing on water.
Use for the J-10 Chinese combat aircraft
covers aviation that can be watched on TV or cinema, and that can be read in books.
Yakovlev was a manufacturer of Soviet fighter aircraft during World War II. It was founded in 1934.
A stick pusher is 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…
In aviation, a multiplane is 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.
Questions regarding the aviation regulations of the National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil (Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil - http://www.anac.gov.br/).
Federal Air Marshal Service
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch investigates air accidents in the United Kingdom, and are based at Farnborough Airport.
Instituto de Aeronáutica Civil de Cuba (or "Civil Aviation Institute of Cuba") is the civil aviation authority of Cuba.
"Pan-pan" is a signal used to indicate an urgent situation where there is no immediate danger to aircraft or life.
The Robinson R44 is 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…
Advanced Aviation Training Devices, such as simulators that are used for training pilots in more advanced topics.
Skywriting is 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.
The German Aviation Regulations or "Luftverkehrs-Ordnung", commonly referred to as "LuftVO"