Aircraft Essay Topics

Air Transportation

Abstract Air transportation has become very useful and in flux due to the new technologies used. The theories, contributions and laws of aerodynamics are included and investigated in this paper work. The three laws of motion developed by Sir Isaac Newton have been very useful in explaining “Why do airplanes/aircrafts fly?”, and the law of… View Article


A airplane co-manufactured by American companies Piper Aircraft Co. and Hartzell Propeller, Inc. of Ohio crashed in Scotland in July 1976 killing all on board. The plane was registered in Great Britain and owned/maintained by Air Navigation and Trading Co. , Ltd and operated by McDonald Aviation, Ltd. , a Scottish air taxi service. Gaynell… View Article

Piper Aircraft Co v Reyno

Piper Aztec, co-manufactured by American petitioners, crashed in Scotland in July 1976, killing all on board. The plane was under Scottish air traffic control, registered in Great Britain, owned/maintained by Air Navigation and Trading Co. Ltd. , and operated by McDonald Aviation Ltd. , a Scottish air taxi service. California probate court appointed Gaynell Reyno… View Article

1956 Grand Canyon Collision: the Creation of the Faa

In today’s world, flying is generally an extraordinarily safe experience. Within the last five years, only one fatal plane crash has occurred. This is an impressive record considering that more than 87,000 flights can be found in United States airspace on any given day (NATCA). However, air safety has not always been as advanced as… View Article

Training of Airline Pilots

This motto goes: “One mile of runway can take you anywhere”. Through my little time of being an aviator this has proven to be true. Aviation is an incredibly exciting field of interest that has no limits as to how far an individual can take it. Flying airplanes for a living can be very challenging,… View Article

Aircraft Entertainment System

The In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) systems are becoming a much more vital part of the air travelling experience. The In-Flight Entertainment system is used to satisfy the customers during their travelling experience. Without the system, customers will become unsatisfied and will lose interest in travelling with a company which serves a poor In-Flight Entertainment system. For… View Article

Air New Zealand Flight 901

A McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 aircraft (Registration Mark 2K-NZP), owned and operated by Air New Zealand, Ltd. , as non-scheduled air transport flight TE-901 from Auckland, New Zealand to Christchurch, New Zealand, over Antarctica, collided with Mount Erebus, Antarctica, on November 28, 1979, killing all 257 persons aboard. The accident has caused widespread attention in that,… View Article

Where I Will Be in 10 Years

Ten years from now, I see myself settled down in my career, married to the man of my dreams, and having four kids….. not! These are things an average girl might say. As you get to know me, you will see that I am far from average. My name is Amyaa Brown, I am 24… View Article

Designing a Safer Passenger Aircraft

Aircrafts have become more advanced and fast, but they are drastically affected by ignorance and design incapability. However these structures can fly with more than 200 passengers and heavy cargo, but when they crash, they take away with them many lives and damage valuable property. To prevent such loses several aviation safety agencies like EASA(European… View Article

Wright Brothers First Flight

On December 17, 1903, Orville Wright piloted the first powered airplane 20 feet above a wind-swept beach in North Carolina. The flight lasted 12 seconds and covered 120 feet. This event would change modern transportation forever. The 1903 Wright Flyer made four flights at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, on December 17, 1903, the best covering… View Article

A typical day for a cabin crew on a long haul flight

This report will acknowledge you about a typical day for a cabin crew on a long haul flight. Of course it may vary time to time because all airlines are different. The night before the flight, as a cabin crew, you must pack your suitcase for the flight and to know what clothes you should bring,… View Article

Project Report on Radio Controlled Aircraft

1. INTRODUCTION A radio-controlled aircraft (often called RC aircraft or RC plane) is a model aircraft that is controlled remotely, typically with a hand-held transmitter and a receiver within the craft. The receiver controls the corresponding servos that move the control surfaces based on the position of joysticks on the transmitter, which in turn affect… View Article

Monsoons are round the corner

The flight safety circular of 3/2006 DT.31st May, 2000 has listed the hazards of dust storms/thunderstorms during pre-monsoon period. The likelihood of thunderstorms activity taking place anytime is much higher during these seasons. This calls for specific extra precautions to be undertaken to prevent any flight safety hazard and ensure totally safe flying operations. The… View Article

Aircraft Crash Survival Analysis and Design

1. Describe the effect plowing can have on crash forces when the impact surface is soft soil. Earth gouging and scooping of soil occur when the structure makes initial contact with the ground which minimize the acceleration and force levels to which the structure is subjected. Soft soil can cause plowing and rapid deceleration if… View Article

Newest Aircraft on Air

The F-35 varieties are designed to replace the older versions of aircrafts because these aircrafts that are used by the Armed Forces are susceptible to errors and risks, which are the common grounds for aircraft accidents. This research paper discusses the new technology behind the making of F-35 Lightning which has three (3) variants: (1)… View Article