Airline flights should be safe. Pete Cashmore helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. Here I discuss some of the things that commercial airlines have to take account of its aircraft and flights. The launch is a phase that requires more work by operating on the ground, the commander and the entire crew. A critical phase of flight is the calculation of the speed for takeoff. MINIMUM SPEED CONTROL ON LAND: Is that when the plane shows that with an engine failure is able to maintain directional control. MINIMUM SPEED CONTROL IN AIR: The speed at which the plane with engine failure demonstrate be controlled in the air. ROTATION SPEED: The speed at which your train up aeronavea la main.
ALSO V1a calling the SPEED decision: The speed at which the commander with an engine failure may trigger the first half retardant to stop completely the aircraft, after this speed the pilot should they decide to go to air. LOSS RATE VS has enormous importance in the safety and aircraft performance. is defined as the minimum speed at which the plane is controlled with zero traction and the center of gravity as far forward as possible. An airline would be offering, flight safety, timeliness and compliance with the schedule, passenger care and economy among other things. Aircraft for every commercial flight before takeoff should check that they have the minimum FUEL REQUIRED: ie Taxi fuel oil on the track + scale + contingency + combustibles airport alternative fuel + fuel reserves of the company. FUEL CONTINGENCY: used to cover deviations from the expected operating conditions, can be for meteorology, usually 10 percent of fuel for the scale.
ALTERNATIVE FUEL: required to fly to the destination or alternate specified in the flight plan, it is a missed approach, climb, cruise and descent + alternative approach to the airport and instrumental approach. FUEL FOR HOLDING: the fuel needed to fly 30 minutes at the speed expected on the alternate airport at 1500 feet in difficult temperature conditions. In a take-off have also carefully considered the weight of the aircraft and that if these structural event exceed the maximal set the aircraft took off. MTOW is the maximum weight of lift, which supports the structure of the aircraft and must never exceed. In aeronautics can find information boards, off, takeoff and landing restrictions, lists of aircraft weight and balance, calculation of speed, video tutorials on tables for commercial aircraft and much more.