Traffic Pattern ? How to fly and steps need to be done!

Traffic Pattern: Traffic pattern at an airport is a standard path for coordinating air traffic. It differs from “straight-in approaches” and “direct climb-outs” in that aircraft using a traffic pattern remain close to the airport. Airport traffic patterns (Left/Right) are developed to ensure that air traffic is flown into and out of an airport safely. (Consult the AFD- Airport Facility Director) After completing the required air work (or maneuvers), the applicant has to return to the airport of departure or in some cases a nearby airport to complete the takeoff and landings.

Royal Brunei Airlines’ first all-female pilot crew lands plane in Saudi Arabia – where women are not allowed to drive

The first ever all-female flight deck crew for Royal Brunei Airlines has operated a plane from Brunei to Jeddah in Saudi Arabia. Although it was a milestone for the airline, the pilot crew touched down in a country where women are still not allowed to drive a car. To mark Brunei’s National Day, which celebrates the country’s independence, Captain Sharifah Czarena Surainy Syed Hashim, Senior First Officer Dk Nadiah Pg Khashiem and Senior First Officer Sariana Nordin flew flight BI081, a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, to the Middle Eastern country on 23 February. Saudi…

A Turkish Airlines Boeing 737 crashed off the runway when its front wheels collapsed during a bad weather landing

Turkish Airlines flight #TK467 from Istanbul suffered a nose gear collapse and runway excursion on landing at Odessa Airport, Ukraine due to adverse weather conditions.. The Boeing 737-800 (reg. TC-JGZ) performed a go around and finally attempted to land on runway 16. The nose gear collapsed during the landing. The crew decided to deploy the emergency slides and the plane was evacuated. On 21 November, a Turkish Airlines Boeing 737-800 (TC-JGZ) operated flight TK467 between Istanbul, Turkey and Odessa, Ukraine. During the first approach, the aircraft made a go-around before…

THY uçağı pistten çıktı; yolcular tahliye edildi

Türk Hava Yolları(THY) uçağı Ukrayna’nın Odessa Havalimanı’na inişi sırasında pistten çıktı. Uçakta bulunan 134 yolcu ile uçuş ekibi tahliye edildi. Türk Havayolları’ndan yapılan açıklamada, “TK 467 sefer sayılı İstanbul – Odessa seferini icra eden, TC-JGZ kuyruk tescilli uçağımız Odessa Uluslararası Havalimanı’na inişi sonrasında pist dışına çıkmıştır. Uçakta bulunan 134 yolcumuz ve uçuş ekibimiz hiçbir yaralanma olmadan uçaktan tahliye edilmiştir” denildi.

A Turkish Airlines Boeing 737 Crash Lands In Odessa

 Turkish Airlines Boeing 737 passenger jet with TC-JGZ tail number, flying from Istanbul, Turkey to Odessa, Ukraine, rolled off the runway following its landing in Odessa International Airport. The incident happened tonight, resulting in what appears to be a collapse of the plane’s nose gear. All 134 passengers and flight crew onboard the aircraft evacuated the plane without any injuries. According to unofficial sources, after a missed approach the aircraft circled over Odessa and skidded off the runway during second attempt. There are no reports of injuries following the evacuation of…

Ücretsiz Havacılık İngilizcesi Nasıl Çalışılır ?

Merhaba Değerli HavacılıkTutkunları , Bugün , THY Uçuş Akademisi İngilizce ve Mülakat Sınavlarına Gireceklere Kesinlikle Faydalı Bir Online Ücretsiz Çalışma Öneriyoruz. Özellikle İngilizce Hazırlık Konulu Çalışmalarımız sizlerden çok ilgi görmekte. BU nedenle sizlerle Havacılık İngilizcenizin gelişmesi, sizleri uçuş eğitimi ve gireceğiniz havacılık sınavlarına hazırlayıcı tarzda çalışmalra bir yenisini daha ekleyelim. Konumuz Havacılık İngilizcesini geliştirecek olan , Private Pilot Lisansı hazırlık konularını da kapsayan bir çalışma, bu çalışma ya ulaşım sitesi ve çalışma şekli ile ilgili aşağıdaki bilgileri inceleyiniz ve sisteme abone olarak hemen mevcut ingilizcenizi geliştirmeye başlayınız.Hepinize iyi çalışmalar. Private…

Government told it has to curb aviation emissions to meet net zero climate target

The growth in demand for flights must be curbed to tackle greenhouse gas emissions as part of the UK’s climate targets, government advisers have said. Extra levies on those who fly frequently, reformed taxes or a price on carbon and management of the amount of airport capacity in the UK are among the potential measures suggested by the Committee on Climate Change (CCC). They are needed to limit the growth in demand for flights to no more than 25 per cent above current levels by 2050 as part of efforts to…