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  • Us Airways Flight 1549 Research Paper

    On January 15, 2009, US Airways Flight 1549, an Airbus A320, took off from La Guardia with 150 passengers and 5 crew members, bound for Charlotte, NC. Three minutes into flight it struck a flock of Canada geese and lost power in both engines. Air controllers tried to divert the US Airways plane back to La Guardia or a nearby airport in New Jersey. Captain Chesley "Sully'' Sullenberger decided he did could not safely land the plane in either of the airports, and glided the plane into the Hudson. As water got in the drifting plane, the passengers walked out of the doors to stand on the wings or the partially submerged slides. A few swam away from the plane fearing an explosion. The temperature was 21 degrees Fahrenheit. Soon New York Waterway…

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  • Personal Narrative: Laguardia

    home. I thought to myself, what I thought made me smile, this was my last leg on my first assignment in the a320. Now approaching my gate, I thought about who I would be with today. I remembered I would be flying with chelsey “sully” sullenberger. He was a 57 year old pilot, he flew for the military retiring in 1980 becoming a us airways pilot. Now, I was ready to fly with him. I got to the gate and saw all of the passengers lines up boarding the US airways Airbus a320 jetliner. I got to the jet…

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  • Boeing And Airbus Case Analysis

    became an enabler to access emerging markets for both companies, this would leave customers at a better advantage for low prices (DuBois, 2013). If the two companies worked together they wouldn’t have to fiercely compete with each other and reap the benefits by not offering steep discounts (Dubois, 2013). Boeing and Airbus utilize frontal attacks on each other that incorporates similar products, price, and distribution. Both companies use the same distribution supplier, even though Boeing gets…

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  • Airbus Merger Essay

    Airbus Group (formerly EADS) is one of the world’s leading Aerospace and Defence corporations. Born from the merger, on July 2000, of the French company Aerospatiale Matra, its German competitor DASA and its Spanish pair CASA, the group has managed to develop a strong expertise in a large range of complementary businesses, such as commercial aircraft, military and defence equipment, helicopters, communication systems, missiles, satellites and related services. Reorganised in January 2014, the…

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  • How To Build A Turbofan

    Introduccion Nowadays aeronautical sector is a competetive enviroment where every day more companies are involved.The most important cost for airlines is fuel consumption.The efficiency reached today is difficult to overtake with traditionals methods of design.Owing to this factor, companies are trying to investigate new formulas of designing, manufacturing and operating. In terms of aircrafts propullsors, turbofan is the most common engine used for civil applications. Turbofans have a…

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  • Flying With Altitude Case Study Marketing

    long-range planes. These two businesses have very familiar future plans and products that they offer. When it comes to government contracts and manufacturing for military equipment the biggest competitor is Northrop Grumman. Analysis for FWA Strengths Flying with Altitude has an outstanding global network Flying with Altitude has an outstanding and reputable worldwide presence. The clientele is found in about 141 nations. They employees are located in over 61 nations, with businesses in 27…

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  • Airport Baggage Handling System Case Study

    Denver International Airport The development of the Denver International Airport Baggage Handling System (“the project”) was to be the world’s largest automated airport baggage handling system. Instead it became a classic example of a failed project. The project was launched as part of the construction of a new advanced airport in Denver. The baggage handling system was an important component of the plan and it was estimated that the automation of baggage handling could reduce aircraft…

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  • SMBC Aviation Capital Case Study

    SMBC AVIATION CAPITAL INTRODUCTION SMBC AVIATION CAPITAL is a leading global aircraft leasing company that works with airlines to help them with capital and the air crafts required for them to successfully progress their business. They operate worldwide with the whole range of customers from dynamic start-ups to well established national airlines. It mainly deals with the aiding of its clients (airlines) run their dynamic fleet as well as their airplane financing necessities. Apart from…

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  • F22 And B2 Compare And Contrast

    Aviation developed very fast in last century. From aircrafts to drones. There are many interesting aircraft types and different usage of air vehicles. Especially some war technologies develop very well like war aircrafts.In todays conditions of war and military necessitate very devoloped aircrafts like F22 and B2. Under this circumstances wars are very hard. With today technologies aircrafts makes unbelievable things. Especially F22 Raptor and B2 aircrafts are the most devoloped war aircrafts…

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  • Boeing Swot Analysis

    SWOT Analysis for Boeing For this particular IA, in order to analyze the effectiveness of 787 Dreamliner's development in terms of its regain of market share, a SWOT analysis, a decision-making method used to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in a business venture, of the Boeing Company is needed. A thorough SWOT analysis may compare Boeing with Airbus and evaluate the development of 787 Dreamliner, taking internal and external factors into consideration.…

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