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All-electric Cessna took its first flight as the largest zero-emission aircraft in the world

The latest milestone for aviation: the largest all-electric plane conquered the skies. A Cessna Grand Caravan was modified and turned into the world’s largest electric-powered aircraft, bringing hope to a greener future of air travel. The Cessna is a utility aircraft with a wingspan of 16 meters. The feat was achieved...

VFR vs IFR: What’s The Difference?

If you plan to fly an aircraft, you need to be familiar with sets of rules. These are the VFR, or visual flight rules, and the IFR, or instrument flight rules. Understanding the difference between the sets can make your job as a pilot easier, especially in determining which set...

Airbus Unveils New Zero-Emission Commercial Aircraft Designs

According to a press release on September 21, Airbus presented three climate-neutral zero-emission commercial aircraft concepts whose main fuel source will be hydrogen. This in order to reduce the impact of commercial aviation on the global climate. These concepts, codenamed ZEROe, could be put into service in 2035. By decarbonizing the...

What are the different types of corrosion that affect your aircraft?

Corrosion is a big problem for every mechanic in the world. Like any other vehicle, aircraft are susceptible to corrosion. Its effects may or may not be seen right away, so it is best to always check up on your aircraft for affected areas. Corrosion is responsible for a...

How Should I Inspect My Light Aircraft (To Fly Safely)?

Regardless of its size and model, all light aircraft need to be inspected thoroughly before each flight. The pilot or co-pilot is usually tasked to perform the inspection and look for any damages that might have occurred. It is crucial to ensure that the aircraft is still in airworthy condition...

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