Kazakistan’da Yola İnip Kamyon Şoförüne Yol Soran Helikopter Pilotu

Daha ne görebilirim ki dediğiniz anda bambaşka bir şokla sarsılıyorsanız sıkı durun… Bu savaş helikopterinin pilotu tam bir arıza çıktı. Kazakistan’da yola inip kamyon şoförüne yol soran helikopter pilotunu bir izleyin ve bu zamana kadar şaşırdığınız şeyleri bir gözden geçirin. Bunun bir aşama ilerisi de UFO’nun yol sorması sanırım.  

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Turkish Airlines airplane survived the big danger

Berlin-Tel Aviv flight of Airbus 320 type airplane with the flight of Tel Aviv to Istanbul to prepare for departure TK 795 flight number of Airbus 321 type THY aircraft collided with meters remaining, the catastrophe finally prevented. According to the idea, THY started to advance towards the runway for departure. Meanwhile, Easyjet continued to descend to land on the airliner. The tower gave instructions to wait for THYATA. However, THYAKUŞ misunderstood the instructions and proceeded to the piste. The two planes approached 1000 feet (300 meters) each other. The Easyjet jet ran off the track. An investigation into the incident was launched when the collision was finally prevented.

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Thai Airways International becomes new operator of the A350 XWB

Thai Airways International (THAI) has become the eighth operator of the A350 XWB, following the delivery today of the first of 12 aircraft set to join the carrier’s fleet. The aircraft delivered today is being operated on lease from US-based CIT. THAI has configured its A350-900 with a premium two class layout with a total of 321 seats, comprising 32 THAI’s Royal Silk Class, convertible to fully lie-flat beds, and 289 in the main cabin. After an initial period flying on regional services between Bangkok and Chiang Mai, the aircraft will be deployed on long haul flights soon thereafter, starting with the Bangkok-Melbourne route.Altogether THAI has acquired 12 Airbus A350… Read More

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Love of jet engines inspires design of new GE Aviation plant

      EVENDALE, Ohio — At GE Aviation’s world headquarters, a new power building is turning heads: The front façade replicates a jet engine looking to the sky. The top of the building’s rotunda features a front fan nose cone with blades around it just like a jet engine. The front windows resemble the sides of a jet engine. That nose cone with a distinct spiral is well-known to air travelers. It’s based on the cone of the CFM56-7 engine, one of the world’s most ubiquitous engines, which powers the Boeing 737. The CFM56-7 is produced by CFM International, a 50/50 joint company of GE and Safran Aircraft Engines… Read More

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