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    Airbus A380 Research Paper

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    even before Da Vinci. as early as 200 BC a Chinese General named Han Hsin, who would use kites to fly himself over walls for reconnaissance purpose (Cornish, Joseph J 1975). Today people like to travel in style, and yes, we have supersonic and rumored Hypersonic jets, it is the experience that drives people to the sky. One of the world’s best airlines, Emirates Airline, has some luxury to add to the experience. While traveling, today’s travelers look for comfort, luxury, and a safer way to travel. Aviation has come a long way from dreams to reality and is still making progress. Today’s airplanes offer top of the line comfort. First let’s start with the aircraft. The world’s biggest passenger airliner is the Airbus A380, and it has the world’s quietest interior of any passenger airliner. CNN reporter Phil Han said: On most aircraft, including the Boeing 747 and Airbus A340, noise levels are generally one of the factors that passengers dislike most. Even with the stock standard ear plugs, they do little to block out engine noise. On this particular Singapore Airlines flight from London to Singapore, the silence was almost worrying. Right from takeoff, the level of noise was drastically lower. Although there were four huge Rolls Royce engines at full throttle being used to lift the 571,000 kilogram aircraft off the ground, the interior of the plane was eerily quiet. However, the full effect of the lack of noise doesn 't really take hold until you are at cruising altitude.…

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    Supersonic Research Paper

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    Flying a supersonic jet was expensive and so was flying on supersonic jet. The Boeing 747 is a subsonic commercial airliner can hold over three times as many people as the Concorde and takes the same amount of fuel. This means that although the Concorde will arrive quicker than the Boeing 747 it is not cost effective because of the number of people being transported by the other aircraft. The average cost for a flight right now is $379, a flight of a Concorde from London to New York in 2003…

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    Chevery Research Paper

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    Chevery Airport Chevery Airport (YHR) is a small regional airport located on the northeastern shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence in Quebec. The area is extremely popular with bird-watchers and outdoor enthusiasts due to its active migratory bird population and stunning landscapes. With more than 5km of pristine beaches on the Gulf, as well as beautiful hiking trails, Chevery is the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts who just want to get away from it all and relax. Skyscanner's cheapest…

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    Introduction In Europe, Lufthansa and Ryanair are one of the key players in the aviation industry accounting for a total of almost 260 million passengers for 2017. However, the big question is why passengers chose either Lufthansa or Ryanair and what product offerings each airline serves. This research paper will focus on the five key product features discussed by Doganis in order to analyze and conclude how these two airlines differentiate their services. Methodology For the comparison…

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    Structural Design Methods The design methods of the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner are quite different. The Airbus A380 has a GP 7200 engine with four turbo fan layout whereas the Boeing 787 Dreamliner has a Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engine with a twin turbo layout. The Airbus has a total length of 72.72 meters and the Boeing has a length of 56.7 meters. The internal cabin width of the Airbus is 6.54 meters and the Boeing is 5.5 meters. The wingspan of the Airbus is 79.75 meters and the…

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    Airbus Merger Essay

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    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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    Boeing Merger

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    Boeing is a world renown producer of jets and commercial airliners. Boeing is a corporation that also produces things for the United States Military. When Boeing was in the making, William E. Boeing there founder graduated from Yale and wanted to take some risks. He took a risk in the Northwest timber industry which that experience helped him drastically in aviation. Boeing became what it is today under his guidance and in 1934 there was a mandated dispersion of the company. Some…

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    Routine Maintenance Gone Wrong “It was very, very hard for me. I saw my hand come off - I could see my hand on the ground and other parts all over the place.” German aircraft engineer, Hendrik Donkers Tire charging is a routine task in aircraft maintenance. However, if proper precaution is not observed, it can cause severe injury and even death. We will review two case studies where this routine task had gone wrong. We will discuss the possible causes of the errors and how we can prevent a…

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    Lens Summary

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    They can be neighboring individuals who are subjected to noise, and air pollution from nearby airliners. The government is held responsible for these environmental concerns as government funded organizations and laws are meant to protect and ensure the safety of all individuals. If safety is compromised to capitalize on expansion and monetary gain there is public outcry and opposition. Not only is this limited to the environment, but “Aviation places a heavy burden on taxpayers. The majority of…

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    International Business Strategy A Case Study on Ryanair Holdings Plc. Name Institutional Affiliation Ryanair Holdings Plc. in Europe Ryanair Holdings plc was Europe’s topmost low rate charging airline and was established in 1985. Currently, they are ranked third in Europe’s airliners in terms of revenue and customer statistics. By flying only cost-effective, cutting overheads and point to point destinations, Ryanair has positioned itself as the most affordable airline in Europe. This is…

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