cabina de vuelo

The flight deck is one of the most interesting parts of the aircraft. Everyone is curious to know what it is like, who works in that room and what instruments it has. If you want to be a pilot, the flight deck will be your working environment and knowing it in depth will allow you to be a better professional.

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como funciona la presurización de cabina

When we fly, we rarely stop to think about the many physical factors that enable us to fly. One such example is the fact that we can breathe easy at over 12,000 metres. The answer lies in cabin pressurization.

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vuelos mas largos del mundo 2022

Aviation is constantly evolving. This evolution is due to both technological and human factors. Nowadays, aircraft offer features that were unimaginable a few years ago and, in human terms, we also have more highly trained technicians and pilots. All these advances allow a constant improvement that allows longer flights. In today’s post, we are going to discover the world’s longest flights in the world.

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Caja negra

The black box, or rather “the black boxes”, since there are two of them, are an indispensable element in aviation. Unfortunately, after an air disaster, we always hear in the media that people are looking for the black box to find out what happened on the flight, and the importance of these devices in clarifying what happened is fundamental.

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habilitaciones de tipo

Type Ratings and Class Ratings are essential privileges to give effect to the flying licence. Without them, it is not possible to be a pilot, whether private or commercial.

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Licencia de piloto

Before you start studying to become a pilot, you need to know about the different pilot licence that exist. The type of licence will determine the aircraft – depending on their weight – that you can fly and the legal privileges that the licence grants you. The Class Ratings that your licence contains will determine whether you are qualified to fly single or multi-engine aircraft, in visual or instrument conditions, etc… Read more

fraseología aeronáutica

The correct use of aeronautical phraseology is a fundamental element in your training as a pilot. A brief, concise and clear communication between aircraft and ground control (route, tower, approach, etc.) and eventually between aircraft is a major factor in air transport safety. In addition to knowing how to fly an aircraft, a good pilot must know the language code used in aviation to avoid confusion when receiving any notification from the ground, or expressing his requests to ground control, as well as being able to listen to the appropriate frequency in each case to interpret any radio communication that could affect his flight.

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Certificado médico aeronáutico

The aeronautical medical certificate is a fundamental requirement to achieve your goal of flying an aircraft. In order to start your flight training, you must first obtain a medical certificate. Class 1, if your goal is a professional licence (CPL). Class 2 if your goal is to fly as a hobby private pilot (PPL). This certificate is issued by the AESA (Spanish Aviation Safety Agency).

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escoger escuela de aviación

Choosing an aviation school is a decision that involves many factors. Aspects such as the geographical location, the airspace in which the flight training takes place, the weather conditions of the area or the connection with the main geographical points of the country must be taken into account.

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aeropuerto sostenible

The aviation industry has been working for years on a way to reduce its impact on the environment. The focus is often on aircraft and their fuel, but to reduce the industry’s carbon footprint, airport environments must also be made more sustainable.

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