Comac soon next to Airbus and Boeing third power in the sky?

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Two consecutive crashes have severely damaged Boeing’s image in China. The Chinese state-owned aircraft manufacturer Comac wants to profit from this and is ready to attack.

The plane crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia with a total loss of 346 people are also a big topic in China. On state television and on the Internet, animations are shown in which the nose of the 737 Max plane seems to swing uncontrollably up and down in the air until a crash occurs. But it’s not just the Boeing disaster that is being reported. It’s also about how China’s own aircraft manufacturer Comac is positioned. The state concern has the order to blow up the, Duopol´ Boeing and Airbus in the sky. Continue reading “Comac soon next to Airbus and Boeing third power in the sky?” »

Lufthansa Aviation Training is prepared for the demand boom

LAT Simulator/Photo: LAT

According to estimates by Boeing and Airbus, the aviation industry will need about 790,000 trained additional pilots over the next 20 years. Both greatly enhance services such as training. The Canadian training company CAE or L3 Technology are equipping themselves with new flight simulators to benefit from training needs. How is Lufthansa Aviation Training, the world’s number 1 in Aviation Training, prepared for this? Visionsblog.info spoke with Managing Director / CEO Ola Hansson. Continue reading “Lufthansa Aviation Training is prepared for the demand boom” »

With flying skate fish into the future?

Image: German Aerospace Center (DLR)

They currently only exist on computer screens of researchers, universities and development departments of various companies, remind of Star Wars, or exist as a few meters of remote-controlled models. They look like flying skate fish and could be seen at the airports of the world in 20 or 30 years.

Professor Detlef Schulze, Head of the Department of Vehicle Engineering and Aircraft Construction at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW), is one of the experts who is instrumental in the development of the revolutionary designs. Together with other professors of the HAW he is thinking about completely new construction methods. A variant in the blended wing body (BWB) is an aircraft whose fuselage flows smoothly into the wings. This creates an aircraft cabin that can transport more than 1000 passengers. Continue reading “With flying skate fish into the future?” »