How Are Aircraft Painted? Part 1 of 3

Commercial Aircraft Painting Process Explained  Have you ever wondered how airplanes have glossy and crispy exteriors? If you did, you are in the right place. In this article, we will discuss Aircraft Painting in detail. Are we painting every aircraft on earth? Mmmm, actually no! We have an interesting fact on this; we will reveal…

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Pilatus PC-12 – The Turboprop Version of the Swiss Army Knife

The Pilatus PC-12 is a single-engine good-looking turboprop aircraft with diverse capabilities. Let it be a rescue mission into unpaved terrain, an expedited medical evacuation, or a comfy business ride, Pilatus PC-12 reserves its position on the go-to list. Early ages of the Pilatus PC-12Switzerland-based aerospace manufacturing company; Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. manufactures this iconic masterpiece.…

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Painting the Airbus A380: World’s Largest Passenger Aircraft

Wonderful Facts About Painting the ANA A380 Flying Honu We know that an airplane inherits its glossy look thanks to the carefully furnished paint on its exterior. The Airbus A380 painting process is no exception to the usual painting process, but there are some amazing facts about this aircraft. How Many Liters of Paint Do…

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Airports Like No Other – Madeira International Airport

Landing at the Madeira International Airport creates once-in-a-lifetime sceneries for the passengers while making the pilots a little nervous. This airport is not for amateur pilots owing to its peculiar and perilous nature with its strange runways construction. It is time to fascinate you with some breathtaking facts about this airport like no other. Where…

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What is Foreign Object Debris (FOD) in Aviation? Part 2

All You Want to Know About Foreign Object Debris From the first part, we familiarized with FOD, related accidents, and the cost incurred with FOD related accidents. From the second and final part, let us have a look into the ways and means to control FOD in airfields.  FOD Control: Removal and Detection   There…

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