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As the aviation industry has been developing along the years, technological improvements are among those factors, which have allowed airlines to expand around the globe without significant safety deterioration. Moreover, The ICAO statistical data indicates that during the last few years the overall global aviation accident rate was the lowest since the organization began tracking it in 2006. However, today, when many new pilots have been “cultivated” in and surrounded by the digital realm, can the technology be really trusted and fully relied on?
Despite the concentrated efforts on making expatriation easier and more convenient, the number of failing assignments abroad has not changed significantly over the years. Based on numerous studies, China is the third country according to the number of incoming expatriates who report critical difficulties and fail to complete their assignments. Moreover, the number of pilots even considering the possibility of working for Chinese carriers does not seem to grow at a pace needed to fill in the increasing number of open positions. AviationCV.com has decided to approach industry representatives and discuss the main issues behind the pilots’ reluctance to accept Chinese carriers’ tempting offers.
Worlds Largest Aircraft. An-225 Mriya (which is referred to Dream from Ukrainian) is the heaviest airlift cargo aircraft ever taken off in the sky. The maximum takeoff weight makes 640 tons. An-225 was designed, due to the necessity to create the air transport system for the Soviet reusable Space Shuttle Buran. This is the only aircraft in the world.
TU-134UBL Aircraft. This post is about an unusual modification of Tu-134 – training combat aircraft Tu-134UBL designed by the Tupolev experimental design bureau in the 70-80s, adopted in 1982.Â In general there were made 90 units of such planes.
Communication errors or breakdowns between pilots and air traffic controllers (ATC) have been reported to be on the list of the factors commonly contributing towards aircraft accidents or serious incidents. In fact, incorrect or incomplete pilot / controller communications cause approximately 80 % of all aviation incidents or accidents. The most common misunderstandings between each other appear due to incorrect usage of standard phraseology, poor language skills or failures of the read-back/hear-back process. AviationCV.com experts point out that pilots and controllers are involved in the air traffic management system equally. Achieving effective radio communications depends on many factors that should not be considered in isolation.
Different Seasons of One Airport. Pictures from the airport Tolmachevo of a big Russian city – Novosibirsk. Tolmachevo is the largest air hub beyond Ural, it serves very important routes between Europe and Asia.