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Cessna Aircraft Adds Training Schools

Cessna aircraft has always been synonymous with flight training and for good reason, as this small, piston powered aircraft is ideal for students learning how to pilot a plane due to it’s forgiving flight characteristics and slow landing speed. The fact that Cessna planes...

What High Levels of Jet Pollution Could Mean

Recently the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a determination under the Clean Air Act, stating that the greenhouse gas emissions from some types of aircrafts are contributing to overall levels of pollution and potentially harming the environment. The environmental recommendations went on to suggest that in addition to the improvement...

Why do Planes have Ashtrays?

If smoking on planes is illegal, why are they still equipped with ashtrays? While most of us know that smoking on planes is illegal, many of us aren't exactly sure why aircrafts still have ashtrays, but did you actually know that there is a reason...

Cessna Features New Safe Flight AOA System in Skyhawks

Cessna Aircraft, owned by Textron Aviation, is making Safe Flight SCc angle-of-attack standard equipment in the 172 Skyhawk, making it the first Part 23-certified production piston airplane to come from the factory equipped with this technology. The Safe Flight SCc angle-of-attack system was specifically chosen for the Skyhawk, and Cessna is...

Why Planes Leave Trails in the Sky?

Contrails, chemtrails, or smoke: What are those white trails left by planes? Have you ever looked up in the sky after a plane flew by and noticed the trail of what looks like it could be smoke, and wondered why some planes leave those trails while others don’t? Perhaps you have...

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