• Aircraft and Artificial Intelligence

    Aircraft and Artificial Intelligence

    The development and use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology within the aviation industry have brought some significant changes in the ways aircraft are being operated and maintained. Although still in its early stages, AI has been able to increase safety and efficiency at airport terminals with vision systems for facial recognition and passenger identification, computer

  • Regulations for Drones and other Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

    Regulations for Drones and other Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

    Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) such as Drones and other remote-controlled aircraft, may be thought of as just fun and harmless toys, however, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has other thoughts. Since the explosion of consumer drone purchases in the last few years, the FAA has developed or recently changed numerous regulations that limit and control

  • Aircraft Icing and De-icing Procedure

    Aircraft Icing and De-icing Procedure

    Icing on an aircraft is one of the most hazardous types of weather-related conditions encountered in the aviation industry. Icing can affect some regions of the country for over 6 months out of the year. Certain critical areas on an aircraft are especially vulnerable to icing such as the wing flaps and ailerons, and horizontal

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