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Aviation World
State department for aviation
Administration relevant to World Aviation Administration.
World Aviation Administration
Aviation World Administration and Aviation College International.
Aviation college. Some call this aviation school.
1 What is aviation? Answer
2 What is an aircraft? Answer
3 How many categories of aircraft are there at this point? Answer
4 What are the categories and types of aircraft? Answer
5 What are the phases of an aircraft’s flight? Answer
6 What should you do before planning to be a pilot? Answer
7 How should aviation be categorized? Answer
8 How should airports/air force bases be listed? Answer
9 How many airports are there in the world? Answer
10 What airports are considered to be best in the world? Answer
11 Why was there a need for a World (Global) Aviation Administration? Answer
12 Who should nominate representatives to the World (Global) Aviation Administration (GAA)? Answer
13 What airlines need to be banned, dissolved, closed, or punished due to harms/criminal activities? Answer
14 What aircraft, air force resources need to be banned or disciplined due to criminal activity? Answer
15 What questions must directors of state departments of aviation answer publicly? Answer
16 How should regulatory issues relevant to every state and aviation department around the world proceed? Answer
17 How do you calculate flight time? Answer
18 What are the most important issues in aviation? Answer
19 What will Doctor Asif Qureshi take care of in aviation at the executive level? Answer

Aviation World
State department for aviation
Administration relevant to World Aviation Administration.
World Aviation Administration
What is aviation?
Aviation is the design, development, production, operation and use of required specifications for aircraft.

What is an aircraft?
A vehicle that can fly while taxiing, maintaining specific take-off weight, climbing, maintaining specific en route altitude, maintaining specific speed, descending, and landing safely.
Airplanes and helicopters are examples of aircrafts.

An aircraft counters the force of gravity by static lift or by dynamic lift of an airfoil or thrust from jet engines.

How many categories of aircraft are there at this point?
There are 10 categories of aircraft at this point.

What are the categories and types of aircraft?
Attack/Multirole Aircraft Existing: A-10, AC-130
Under manufacturing process: G1
Bomber B-52H, B-1B, B-2
Cargo transportation of heavy and oversized battle tanks and heavy equipment C-2 Greyhound, C-5 Galaxy, C-17 Globemaster III, C-46 Commando, C-47 Skytrain, C-54 Skymaster, C-74 Globemaster, C-119 Flying Boxcar, C-121 Constellation, C-123 Provider, C-124 Globemaster II, C-130 Hercules, C-133 Cargomaster, C-141 Starlifter, H-4 Hercules (S.Goose), SA-16 Albatross
AN-124 Ruslan, An-225 Mriya
Electronic warfare E-3, E-8, EC-130
Fighter aircraft Existing: F-15C, F-15E, F-16, F-22, F-35
Under manufacturing process: What are the specifications of the aircraft?
Helicopter UH-1N, HH-60
Reconnaissance U-2, RC-135, MC-12 Liberty, RQ-1/MQ-1, RQ-4, MQ-9, RQ-170, U-28
Trainer T-6, T-38, T-1, TG-16, T-53
Tanker KC-10, KC-135
World's best passenger and cargo aircraft 2017 A320, A330, A340, A380, A Beluga, AN-225 Myria, B737, B757, B747, B777, BQ400, Concorde, G650, MD11

What are the phases of an aircraft’s flight?
1. Taxiing of aircraft
2. Take-off
3. Climb
4. Cruise (en route)
5. Descent
6. Landing

Pilot (aeronautics)

What should you do before planning to be a pilot?

Questions pilots must answer before flying an aircraft.

What needs to be accomplished relevant to aircraft flown by a pilot?
Airforce operations.
Aircraft flight test, military aircraft, or passenger cargo aircraft.
Aircraft inspection.
Passenger and cargo aircraft flights.
Emergency landing issues.


What is on the list of justified occupations of an area by air force (world military) operations due to various harms?





How should aviation be categorized?
  1. Annotation or definition

  2. Administration relevant to World Aviation Administration.

  3. Air Force

  4. Aircraft inventory around the world

  5. Aircraft Specifications

  6. Airlines around the world

  7. Airports around the world.

  8. Aviation fuel

  9. Aviation ground workers around the world.

  10. Aircraft Inspection

  11. Aviation maintenance around the world.

  12. Aircraft manufacturing materials around the world.

  13. Aviation products manufacture other than aircraft.

  14. Aviation Products

  15. Aviation military around the world.

  16. Aviation transportation around the world.

  17. Aviation termination of services

  18. Aviation transportation security administration around the world.

  19. Addresses of Military Bases by State

  20. Aircraft Emergencies.

  21. Aircraft inventory around the world

  22. Aircraft seat map

  23. Auditor of aviation inside and outside the state.

  24. Aviation fuel

  25. Aviation ground workers around the world.

  26. Aircraft Inspection

  27. Aviation maintenance around the world.

  28. Aircraft manufacturing materials around the world.

  29. Aviation products manufacture other than aircraft.

  30. Aviation Products

  31. Aviation Topics & Trends

  32. Aviation military around the world.

  33. Aviation transportation around the world.

  34. Aviation termination of services

  35. Aviation transportation security administration around the world.

  36. Banned airlines, aircrafts, and air carriers operating around the world.

  37. Criminal investigation at airport

  38. Emergencies at the Airports

  39. Emergencies and Incident Reporting

  40. Flight Time and Distance Calculator

  41. Flight Tracker on Planet Earth.
      How to track military aircraft on planet earth?
      How to track non-military aircraft on planet earth?
      How do you track a ship in an ocean?

      Here are further guidelines.

  42. Glossary of Aviation Terms

  43. Investigations relevant to aviation around the world.

  44. Inspection Authorization / State Department of Transportation, Division of Aeronautics.

  45. Investigations relevant to aviation around the world.

  46. Job appointment of aviation executive in the state.

  47. Manufacture of aircraft

  48. Naval aviation around the world.

  49. Occupations in Aviation

  50. Online Internet Training for Aviation, Including Pilot and Aeronautical Engineer Training

  51. Pilot (aeronautics)

  52. Regulatory issues relevant to every state and aviation department around the world

  53. State department for aviation

Aviation
Annotation or definition
Aviation: Where do we begin and where do we end?
We need to proceed question by question.

Where do we begin?
We begin with aviation-relevant questions.
What is aviation?
What is an aircraft?
What are the categories of aircraft?
What are the categories and types of aircraft?
What are most important issues relevant to aviation around the world?


Where do we end?
There is no end to aviation.
Aircrafts around the world are modified every year.
We end with the manufacturing of new aircraft.
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What is aviation?
Aviation is the design, development, production, operation and use of required specifications for aircraft.

What is an aircraft?
A vehicle that can fly while taxiing, maintaining specific take-off weight, climbing, maintaining specific en route altitude, maintaining specific speed, descending, and landing safely.
Airplanes and helicopters are examples of aircrafts.

An aircraft counters the force of gravity by static lift or by dynamic lift of an airfoil or thrust from jet engines.

How many categories of aircraft are there at this point?
There are 10 categories of aircraft at this point.

What are the categories and types of aircraft?
Attack/Multirole Aircraft Existing: A-10, AC-130
Under manufacturing process: G1
Bomber B-52H, B-1B, B-2
Cargo transportation of heavy and oversized battle tanks and heavy equipment C-2 Greyhound, C-5 Galaxy, C-17 Globemaster III, C-46 Commando, C-47 Skytrain, C-54 Skymaster, C-74 Globemaster, C-119 Flying Boxcar, C-121 Constellation, C-123 Provider, C-124 Globemaster II, C-130 Hercules, C-133 Cargomaster, C-141 Starlifter, H-4 Hercules (S.Goose), SA-16 Albatross
AN-124 Ruslan, An-225 Mriya
Electronic warfare E-3, E-8, EC-130
Fighter aircraft Existing: F-15C, F-15E, F-16, F-22, F-35
Under manufacturing process: What are the specifications of the aircraft?
Helicopter UH-1N, HH-60
Reconnaissance U-2, RC-135, MC-12 Liberty, RQ-1/MQ-1, RQ-4, MQ-9, RQ-170, U-28
Trainer T-6, T-38, T-1, TG-16, T-53
Tanker KC-10, KC-135
World's best passenger and cargo aircraft 2017 A320, A330, A340, A380, A Beluga, AN-225 Myria, B737, B757, B747, B777, BQ400, Concorde, G650, MD11

What are the phases of an aircraft’s flight?
1. Taxiing of aircraft
2. Take-off
3. Climb
4. Cruise (en route)
5. Descent
6. Landing

Pilot (aeronautics)

Questions pilots must answer before flying an aircraft.

What needs to be accomplished relevant to aircraft flown by a pilot?
Airforce operations.
Aircraft flight test, military aircraft, or passenger cargo aircraft.
Aircraft inspection.
Passenger and cargo aircraft flights.
Emergency landing issues.


What is on the list of justified occupations of an area by air force (world military) operations due to various harms?

Airports around the world.
Airports
World Airports.
Air Force Bases
How should airports/air force bases be listed?
Airports by continent.
Air force bases by continent.
Airports by state.
Air force bases by state.
Airports with aviation fuel resources.
Airports with aircraft manufacturing facilities.

How many airports are there in the world?
On March 3, 2017, there were 33,539 airports around the world. Of these, 88 are considered the best airports.

What airports are considered to be best in the world?
  1. Abu Dhabi International Airport
      Address: Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates

  2. Adelaide Airport
      Address: 1 James Schofield Dr, Adelaide
      Airport SA 5950, Australia

  3. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
      Address: Evert van de Beekstraat 202,
      1118 CP Schiphol, Netherlands

  4. Athens International Airport
      Address: Attiki Odos, Spata Artemida 190 04, Greece

  5. Auckland International Airport

  6. Bahrain International Airport

  7. Barcelona El Prat Airport

  8. Berlin Schönefeld Airport

  9. Berlin Tegel Airport

  10. Billund Airport

  11. Birmingham Airport

  12. Boston Logan International Airport

  13. Brisbane Airport
      Address: 11 The Circuit, Brisbane Airport QLD 4008, Australia

  14. Brussels Airport

  15. Cape Town International Airport
      Address: Matroosfontein, Cape Town, 7490, South Africa

  16. Central Japan International Airport

  17. Charlotte/Douglas International Airport

  18. Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Intl Airport

  19. Cologne / Bonn Airport

  20. Copenhagen Airport

  21. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

  22. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport

  23. Doha International Airport

  24. Dubai International Airport

  25. Dublin Airport

  26. Durban King Shaka International Airport
      Address: King Shaka Dr, La Mercy, 4405, South Africa

  27. Dusseldorf Airport

  28. Frankfurt Airport

  29. Fukuoka Airport

  30. Geneva International Airport

  31. Gimpo International Airport

  32. Gold Coast Airport

  33. Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport

  34. Guayaquil International Airport

  35. Haikou Meilan International Airport

  36. Halifax Stanfield International Airport

  37. Hamburg Airport

  38. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

  39. Helsinki-Vantaa Airport

  40. Hong Kong International Airport
      Address: 1 Sky Plaza Rd, Chek Lap Kok,
      Hong Kong

  41. Incheon International Airport
      Address: 272 Gonghang-ro, Unseo-dong,
      Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea

  42. Istanbul Atatürk Airport

  43. Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport

  44. Kansai International Airport

  45. Keflavik International Airport

  46. Kuala Lumpur International Airport
      Address: Kuala Lumpur International Airport, 64000 Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia

  47. Lima Jorge Chavez International Airport

  48. Lisbon Portela Airport

  49. Los Angeles International Airport
      Address: 1 World Way, Los Angeles, CA 90045

  50. Luxembourg Findel Airport

  51. Madrid-Barajas Airport
      Address: Av de la Hispanidad, s/n, 28042 Madrid, Spain

  52. Malta International Airport

  53. Manchester Airport

  54. Melbourne Airport

  55. Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport

  56. Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau Intl Airport

  57. Moscow Domodedovo International Airport

  58. Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport

  59. Munich Airport

  60. Muscat International Airport

  61. Narita International Airport

  62. New York JFK International Airport

  63. Newark Liberty International Airport

  64. Nice Côte d'Azur International Airport

  65. Ninoy Aquino International Airport
      Address: Andrews Ave, Pasay, 1300 Metro Manila, Philippines

  66. Oslo Airport

  67. Panama Tocumen International Airport

  68. Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

  69. Perth Airport

  70. Pittsburgh International Airport

  71. Porto Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport

  72. Prague Václav Havel Airport

  73. Raleigh-Durham International Airport

  74. Salt Lake City International Airport

  75. San Francisco International Airport

  76. Sanya Phoenix International Airport

  77. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

  78. Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport

  79. Shanghai Pudong International Airport

  80. Singapore Changi Airport
      Address: Airport Blvd, Singapore

  81. Stockholm Arlanda Airport

  82. Sydney Airport

  83. Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport
      Address: No. 9, Hangzhan S Rd, Dayuan District, Taoyuan City, Taiwan 33758

  84. Tokyo International Airport (Haneda)

  85. Toronto Pearson International Airport

  86. Vancouver International Airport

  87. Vienna International Airport

  88. Zurich Airport


Why was there a need for a World (Global) Aviation Administration?
Various irreparable harms have occurred due to existing aviation systems up to August 2, 2020.

World Aviation Administration is also called Global Aviation Administration (GAA).

Who should nominate representatives to the World (Global) Aviation Administration (GAA)?
Individual states.

State means state of Illinois, California, New York, Yukon, in North America.
State means Kashmir, Karnataka, Jiangsu, Magadan Oblast, Germany, France, in Asia.
States in Latin America, Africa, and Australia have been listed.
Oceans.
Individual continents.
The World (Global) Aviation Administration will update directives/instructions/topics every day.

What airlines need to be banned, dissolved, closed, or punished due to harms/criminal activities?
What aircraft, air force resources need to be banned or disciplined due to criminal activity?

Here are further guidelines.

Airports
Airport Operations Coordinator
Airport Maps and Customer Service
Airport flight, passenger and cargo statistics (monthly)
Airport Ground Vehicle Operations
Aviation fuel
Aviation law
Aviation Security Identification
Aeronautics Research(Aircraft Research)
Serviceable Airports

Aviation maintenance around the world.
Aircraft Inspections in various states around the world.

What is an aircraft Inspection system?
An inspection system is designed to maintain an aircraft in the best possible condition.

What is GAA relevant to aviation world?
GAA means Global Aviation Administration.

Questions to ask before aircraft inspection.

At what locations in various states in various continents around the world is an aircraft inspection done?
What should an aerospace engineer, aircraft inspector, aircraft incident investigator, and pilot know about aircraft inspection?
What is airworthiness of an aircraft?
When is an aircraft considered to be airworthy?
How does a pilot verify that proper inspection and maintenance of aircraft has been done?
How should a pilot go ahead for preflight inspection?
What is an aircraft logbook?
Where is the aircraft logbook?
Where in California are aircraft inspections done?
Where in New York are aircraft inspections done?
Where in Illinois are aircraft inspections done?
How do you go ahead with aircraft inspection?
What are the specifications of the aircraft?
When was the aircraft inspection done?
Who has done the aircraft inspection?
What is the location of aircraft inspection?
Is the aircraft with specifications elaborated airworthy, or not airworthy?
What do you know about the Global Aviation Administration?
Here are further guidelines.
Aircraft maintenance checks
Aviation transportation around the world.
Airports & Routes
Aircraft seat map
Schedules
Flight Status
Aviation organizations
Aviation-related lists
Aeronautics
Aerospace
Aircraft Engines
Air navigation service providers
Aircraft transponder
Aircraft markings
Aircraft navigation
Aircraft operations
Aircrew clothing
Airlines
    What airlines need to be banned, dissolved, closed, or punished due to harms/criminal activities?
    What aircraft, air force resources need to be banned or disciplined due to criminal activity?

    Here are further guidelines.
Airmail
Airport Distances
Airspeed
Aviation communications
Aviation Calculators
Aviation fuel
Aviation ground support equipment
Aviators
Aviation and the environment
Aviation safety
Aviation security
Aviation standards
Aviation statistics
Aviation infrastructure
Aviation licenses and certifications
Aviation lights
Aviation media
Aviation medicine
Aviation meteorology
Aviation mnemonics
Aviation safety
Aviation security
Aviation standards
Aviation statistics
Airport System Planning Process
Airport Design
Airport Lighting Equipment Certification Program
Airman Knowledge Testing
AC En Route Area Navigation (RNAV) Operations
Accident & Incident Information
Accident Reporting (Report Safety Issues)
ACs (Advisory Circulars)
ADs (Airworthiness Directives)
Address Change (Airmen Licenses & Certificates) (Update Your Address)
Advisory Circulars (ACs)
Aerospace Medicine
AIM (Aeronautical Information Manual)
Aircraft Certification
Aircraft Characteristic Database
Aircraft Noise Issues
Aircraft Registration
Aircraft Registry
Aircraft Safety
Aircraft Safety Alerts
Aircraft seat map
Airline Certificate Information
Airline Operators/Air Carriers
Airmen Testing Standards
Airmen Training
Airplane Flying Handbook
Airport Certification
Airport Engineering, Design, & Construction
Airport Diagrams
Airport Environmental Program
Airport Facility Directory
Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Airport Status
Airports
Air Traffic
Air Traffic Controllers
Airworthiness Certification
Airworthiness Directives (ADs)
Alcohol and Drug Testing Program
AME – Aviation Medical Examiner Locator
Amended Type Certificate
ASAP (Aviation Safety Action Program)
ATO (Air Traffic Organization)
ATOS (Air Transportation Oversight System)
Aviation Data & Statistics
Aviation Environmental Issues
Airworthiness Standards: Transport
B
Become a Pilot
Bird Strikes
Broad Information Technology & Telecommunication Services (BITS II)
C
Create New Account
Criminal activity involving aviation

What should you be highly careful of in aviation operations?
Do not get involved in female exploitation/trafficking or any transfer that harms.
Do not get involved in weapons proliferation.
Do not get involved in transfer of hazardous materials.
Take all precautions of aviation operations.
Here are further guidelines.
Category Airplanes
Certalerts
Change Address on an Airmen Certificate (Update Your Address)
Closing an Airport
CSET (Certification, Standardization, & Evaluation Team) Now Combined with ATOS: Air Transportation Oversight System (ATOS)
Certification of Airports
D
DAR - Designated Airworthiness Representative
Data & Research
Data Downloads
DER - Designated Engineering Representative
Design Approvals
Designees & Delegations
Dispute Resolution for Acquisition (ODRA)
Distance Calculator

Latitude/Longitude

Upload Coordinates

Input in the format lat,lng e.g.
48.857798,2.299962
47.857798,2.299962

Distance From:
Distance To:
Nearest airports:

Distance from California to New York is 3918.49 kilometers
This air travel distance is equal to 2434.84 miles.
Distance between California to New York:
3923.10 km = 2437.70 miles

If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) between California to New York, It takes 4.35 hours to arrive.

Distance from New York to Barcelona is: 3819.9 Miles

New York coordinates:
latitude: 40° 44' North
longitude: 73° 55' West

Barcelona coordinates:
latitude: 41° 18' North
longitude: 2° 06' East

Approximate travel time from New York, New York to Barcelona, Spain is: 7 hrs, 56 mins

Distance between Madrid, Spain and Srinagar, Kashmir
6754 kilometers
4196 miles
Distance between Srinagar, Kashmir and Nanjing, Jiangsu
4072 kilometers
2531 miles
DME - Designated Mechanic Examiner
DPE - Designated Pilot Examiner
Dispute Resolution for Acquisition (ODRA)
DOT Airline Statistics
E
Economy and budget Aviation
    What should you know about Economy and Budget aviation?
    First, go through state economy and budget.
    Here are further guidelines.
Educator & Student Information
Engineering Briefs for Airport Projects
E-Ticket Sample
Extreme points of Earth
F
Flight Data Recorder Systems
Flight Deck
Flight Plan
Flight Information
Flight Status
Flight Tracker Live
Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) Systems
Fuselage
Fuel Stop Planner
Flight
Find Field Offices (FSDO, ACO, MIDO)
FITS
Flight Standards Information Management System (FSIMS)
Flight training
Flight Standards Service
Flight Standards District Offices
Flight training
G
Geographic coordinate system
Geographic coordinate system/Discussion Questions
Global Manufacturing Team
General Operating and Flight Rules
Glossaries of aviation
General Aviation
GPS (Global Positioning System)
Glossaries of aviation
H
Human Resource Management in Aviation
History of aviation
Helicopter (Rotorcraft)
Human Factors (Aerospace Medical and Human Factors Research)
Human Factors (Aviation Safety)
I
Identification Exercises
International Aircraft Certification
International air transport
IACRA - Integrated Airmen Certification and/or Rating Application
Information for Operators (InFOs)
Instrument Flying Handbook
International Aviation
Instructions for Airport Projects
L
Latitude and Longitude
Laser gyroscopes
Licenses & Certificates
Liens on Aircraft (Record an Aircraft Lien)
M
Major Repair and Alteration
Mechanic Certification (Mechanic Certificates & Records)
Mechanic Examiners (Designated Mechanic Examiner (DME))
Medical Certification
MMEL, MEL (Master Minimum Equipment List) (Operations Specifications)
Military Science
N
Navigation
N Numbers (Reserve, renew, or search)
NOTAMS
NPRM (Notice of Proposed Rulemaking) (Items Seeking Public Comment)
O
Oil Refineries
Occupations in aviation
Operating Requirements
Oceanic Ops
Opening an Airport
Orders/Notices
P
Pilots Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge
Powered flight
Powered flight
Passenger Boarding and Cargo Data
Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) Program
Pavement Design
Performance and Accountability Reports
Pilot Licenses & Records (Pilot Licenses (Certificate))
Pilots
PMA – Parts Manufacturer Approval
Production Approvals
PTS (Practical Test Standards) (Airmen Testing Standards)
R
Records of Decision for Environmental Impact Statements
Registration (Aircraft)
Registry
Regulations
Repair Stations
RVSM - Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum
Rulemaking Information
S
Statistics
Safety Alerts for Operators (SAFOs)
Safety Management System
Safety
Safety Programs
SCADA
SDR - Service Difficulty Reports
Service Difficulty Reports (SDR)
Security Tips
Site Map
Space (Space Transportation)
Special Airworthiness Information Bulletins (SAIB)
Supplemental Type Certificate (STC)
T
THE EARTH
TCDS - Type Certificate Data Sheets
Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS) Tools
Testing
TFR (Temporary Flight Restriction) (Graphic TFRs)
Training
Trans-oceanic aviation
TSO – Technical Standard Orders
Type Certificate Data Sheets (TCDS)
Telephone Directory
Trans-oceanic aviation
Train the Trainer
U
Ultralight aviation
Unpowered aviation
Update Airmen Certificate Address (Update Your Address)
W
WAAS – Wide Area Augmentation System
Weather and Climate
Wildlife Hazard Mitigation
WINGS Program (Pilot Proficiency)
World Clock
World Time Lookup
Aviation is the design, development, production, operation, and use of aircraft, especially heavier-than-air aircraft.

Aviation, or air transport, refers to the activities surrounding mechanical flight and the aircraft industry. Aircraft includes fixed-wing and rotary-wing types, morphable wings, wing-less lifting bodies, parachutes, as well as lighter-than-air craft such as balloons and airships.
Aviation by continent
Airports by continent
    Airports in Asia
    Airports in North America
    Airports in Africa
    Airports in Oceania
    Airports in Antarctica
    Airports in South America
    Airports in Australia
    Airports in Greenland
Air Force Bases(continent)
Aviation by state
Aviation law
Aeronautics Research(Aircraft Research)
Aircraft design process
Aircraft in service.
Aircraft with built-in military equipment in service.
Aircraft Tail Number
Aircraft manufacture
Aircraft
Aircraft maintenance checks
Aviation-related lists
Aircraft
Aircraft Crashes
Aeronautics
Aerospace
Air navigation service providers
Aircraft markings
Aircraft navigation
Aircraft operations
Aircrew clothing
Airlines
Airmail
Airspeed
Aviation communications
Aviation fuel
Aviation Glossary
Aviation ground support equipment
Aviators
Aviation and the environment
Aviation ministers
Air transport of heads of state
Air transport of heads of state
Aviation infrastructure
Aviation licenses and certifications
Aviation lights
Aviation media
Aviation medicine
Aviation meteorology
Aviation ministers
Aviation mnemonics
Aviation organizations
Aviation safety
Aviation security
Aviation standards
Aviation statistics
Airport System Planning Process
Airport Design
Airport Lighting Equipment Certification Program
Airman Knowledge Testing
AC En Route Area Navigation (RNAV) Operations
Accident & Incident Information
Accident Reporting (Report Safety Issues)
ACs (Advisory Circulars)
ADs (Airworthiness Directives)
Address Change (Airmen Licenses & Certificates) (Update Your Address)
Advisory Circulars (ACs)
Aerospace Medicine
AIM (Aeronautical Information Manual)
Aircraft Certification
Aircraft Characteristic Database
Aircraft Import & Export
Aircraft Noise Issues
Aircraft Registration
Aircraft Registry
Aircraft Safety
Aircraft Safety Alerts
Airline Certificate Information
Airline Operators/Air Carriers
Airmen Testing Standards
Airmen Training
Airplane Flying Handbook
Airport Certification
Airport Engineering, Design, & Construction
Airport Diagrams
Airport Environmental Program
Airport Facility Directory
Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Airport Status
Airports
Air Traffic
Air Traffic Controllers
Airworthiness Certification
Airworthiness Directives (ADs)
Alcohol and Drug Testing Program
AME – Aviation Medical Examiner Locator
Amended Type Certificate
ASAP (Aviation Safety Action Program)
ATO (Air Traffic Organization)
ATOS (Air Transportation Oversight System)
Aviation Data & Statistics
Aviation Environmental Issues
Airworthiness Standards: Transport
B
Become a Pilot
Bird Strikes
Broad Information Technology & Telecommunication Services (BITS II)
C
Category Airplanes
Certalerts
Change Address on an Airmen Certificate (Update Your Address)
Closing an Airport
CSET (Certification, Standardization, & Evaluation Team) Now Combined with ATOS: Air Transportation Oversight System (ATOS)
Certification of Airports
D
DAR - Designated Airworthiness Representative
Data & Research
Data Downloads
DER - Designated Engineering Representative
Design Approvals
Designees & Delegations
Dispute Resolution for Acquisition (ODRA)
DME - Designated Mechanic Examiner
DPE - Designated Pilot Examiner
Dispute Resolution for Acquisition (ODRA)
DOT Airline Statistics
E
Educator & Student Information
Engineering Briefs for Airport Projects
F
Flight
Find Field Offices (FSDO, ACO, MIDO)
FITS
Flight Standards Information Management System (FSIMS)
Flight training
Flight Plan
Flight Standards Service
Flight Standards District Offices
G
Global Manufacturing Team
General Operating and Flight Rules)
Glossaries of aviation
General Aviation
GPS (Global Positioning System)
H
History of aviation
Helicopter (Rotorcraft)
Human Factors (Aerospace Medical and Human Factors Research)
Human Factors (Aviation Safety)
Human Resource Management in Aviation
I
International Aircraft Certification
International air transport
IACRA - Integrated Airmen Certification and/or Rating Application
Information for Operators (InFOs)
Instrument Flying Handbook
International Aviation
L
Licenses & Certificates
Liens on Aircraft (Record an Aircraft Lien)
M
Major Repair and Alteration
Military aviation
Mechanic Certification (Mechanic Certificates & Records)
Mechanic Examiners (Designated Mechanic Examiner (DME))
Medical Certification
MMEL, MEL (Master Minimum Equipment List) (Operations Specifications)
N
N Numbers (Reserve, renew, or search)
NOTAMS
NPRM (Notice of Proposed Rulemaking) (Items Seeking Public Comment)
O
Occupations in aviation
Operating Requirements: Domestic, Flag, and Supplemental Operations)
Operating Requirements: Commuter and On Demand Operations and Rules Governing Persons on Board Such Aircraft)
Oceanic Ops
Opening an Airport
Instructions for Airport Projects
Orders/Notices
P
Pilots Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge
Powered flight
Passenger Boarding and Cargo Data
Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) Program
Pavement Design
Performance and Accountability Reports
Pilot Licenses & Records (Pilot Licenses (Certificate))
Pilots
PMA – Parts Manufacturer Approval
Production Approvals
PTS (Practical Test Standards) (Airmen Testing Standards)
R
Records of Decision for Environmental Impact Statements
Registration (Aircraft)
Registry
Regulations
Repair Stations
RVSM - Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum
Rulemaking Information
S
Statistics
Safety Alerts for Operators (SAFOs)
Safety Management System
Safety
Safety Programs
SDR - Service Difficulty Reports
Service Difficulty Reports (SDR)
Security Tips for Air Travelers
Site Map
Space (Space Transportation)
Special Airworthiness Information Bulletins (SAIB)
Supplemental Type Certificate (STC)
T
Transcontinental Air Mail Route
TCDS - Type Certificate Data Sheets
Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS) Tools
Testing
TFR (Temporary Flight Restriction) (Graphic TFRs)
Training
Trans-oceanic aviation
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Type Certificate Data Sheets (TCDS)
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U
Ultralights & Amateur-built Aircraft
Ultralight aviation
Unpowered aviation
Update Airmen Certificate Address (Update Your Address)
W
WAAS – Wide Area Augmentation System
Wildlife Hazard Mitigation
WINGS Program (Pilot Proficiency)

Auditor of aviation inside and outside the state.
Questions the auditor of aviation inside and outside the state should ask.

Does bringing passengers into the state by aircraft enhance the economy of the state?
No.

When does aviation enhance the economy of a state?
If lots of cargo whose products include essential ingredients for the economy reach the state via aircraft, then aviation enhances the economy of the state.
If aviation brings highly intellectual people who can guide various essential occupations like teachers, lawyers, engineers, and specific physicians in the English language, then aviation can enhance the economy of the state.
If genuine emergency staff needs to move from one location to another within or outside the state, then aviation enhances the economy of the state.

O'Hare International Airport (ORD)

Who was in charge of this airport on July 10, 2016?
What are your duties at O'Hare International Airport (ORD)?
What do you know about banned airlines, aircrafts, and individuals at this point due to criminal activities?
How is the public alerted about banned airlines, aircrafts, and individuals at this point due to criminal activities?
Can you elaborate on aircraft fuel resources at O'Hare International Airport (ORD)?
What have you done to stop aircraft fuel for airlines listed among those involved in criminal activities?
Where is the list of airlines involved in criminal activities at O'Hare International Airport (ORD)?
What best describes aircraft manufacturing resources in Illinois?
How do you ensure that airlines involved in criminal activities do not get aircraft fuel or land at this airport?
What were the duties or role of Susan Shea, director of the Illinois Department of Transportation, Division of Aeronautics (Capital Airport, 1 Langhorne Bond Drive, Springfield, IL 62707-8415; 217-785-8500; e-mail aero@dot.il.gov), at O'Hare International Airport (ORD) on July 10, 2016?
How did the aviation enhance the economy of the state from January 1, 2015, to January 1, 2016?

Online Internet Training for Aviation, Including Pilot and Aeronautical Engineer Training
What do you have to do?
You first have to fix and improve the office of the director of the state department of aviation.
Training relevant to aviation including pilots, aeronautical engineers, and other staff has to proceed according to the identified needs.

Answer these questions.

Where are you now?
What would you like to be?
What are your needs relevant to aviation training, including training for pilots and aeronautical engineers?

Aircraft Specifications
What are the specifications of the aircraft?
  1. Aircraft name:

  2. Aircraft date of manufacture:

  3. Aircraft date of put in service:

  4. Last date and location of Inspection:

  5. Aircraft Type:

  6. Aircraft by Name/Version:

  7. Aircraft Materials, Processes, & Hardware:

  8. Aircraft Height:

  9. Aircraft Length:

  10. AirWorthiness:

  11. Airworthiness category:

  12. Aircraft make/models:

  13. Aircrafts : Flight Operations

  14. Aircraft flight control system:

  15. Aircraft Model:

  16. Armament:

  17. Aspect ratio: 8.47

  18. Altitude ft:

  19. Baggage (Maximum):

  20. Body Type:

  21. Category:

  22. Cabin Type: pressurized

  23. Cabin height:

  24. Cabin width:

  25. Cargo Compartment: Length - 85 feet 2 inches (26 meters);

  26. Cargo door width and height in inches: 252.0 x 173.2

  27. Certificate Issue Date:

  28. Crew:

  29. Criminal activities relevant to this aircraft, pilot, crew, operator.

  30. Cruising Speed (MPH): 161/196/270/286/303/325/375/430/500/557/504/550/557/567/573/577/622/615/1400

  31. Date Deployed: June 1993 C-17 Globemaster III

  32. Engines:

  33. Engine position: Both sides of rear fuselage

  34. First flight:

  35. Empty weight: 175,000 kg (385,000 lb) 393,263 lbs (178,756 kg)

  36. Fuel capacity/Fuel Volume: Fuel capacity: 51,150 US gal (193,600 L)

  37. Horsepower:

  38. Landing gear: Tricycle retractable

  39. Manufacturer and Aircraft Type / Model:

  40. Maximum Peacetime Takeoff Weight: 585,000 pounds (265,306 kilos)

  41. Maximum Speed (Vh): 95 KCAS (109 mph) (176 kph)

  42. Maximum Takeoff Weight (in Lbs):

  43. ICAO Code:

  44. IATA Code:

  45. Wake Category: Heavy/Medium

  46. No. Of Engines: 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8

  47. Operator:

  48. Passenger Capacity (Max): 1/8/14/15/19/28/50/55/70/74/90/106/108/125/128//132/134/149/168/179/181//189/185/263/280/335/350/375/569/853

  49. Passenger Capacity (Min): 1/2/3/4/42/45/70/75/100/116/108/128/145/146/164/220/218/232/256/263/295/374/555

  50. Payload Capacity (in Lbs):

  51. Performance similarity:

  52. Power Plant Manufacturer:

  53. Primary Function:

  54. Range:

  55. Range (in Miles):

  56. Recognition similarity:

  57. State:

  58. Service Ceiling:

  59. Sensors:

  60. Takeoff Distance (Runway on Standard Day/Sea Level): 710 feet/920 feet

  61. Takeoff Weight (in Lbs):

  62. Tail configuration: Cruciform tail

  63. Thrust (each engine): 40,900 pounds C-17 Globemaster III

  64. Thrust/weight: 0.23

  65. Useful Load: 430-550 lbs (195-249 kg)

  66. Wheelbase:

  67. Wing position: Low wing

  68. Wingspan: 170 feet 9 inches (to winglet tips) (51.81 meters) C-17 Globemaster III

  69. Aircraft inspections

    When was the aircraft inspection done?
    Who has done the aircraft inspection?
    Is the aircraft with specifications elaborated airworthy, or not airworthy?
What should the world look forward to in aircraft manufacturing?
What best describes the aircraft?
Enter values of each aircraft specification.
Aircraft name:
Aircraft date of manufacture:
Aircraft date of put in service:
Last date and location of Inspection:
Aircraft Type: Jet
Turbo Prop
Regional turbo prop
Short range
Short range, regional jet
Short range, narrow body jet
Medium range, narrow body jet
Long range, wide body jet
Long range, double deck wide body jet
Medium/Long range, wide body jet
Propeller
Amphibian
Helicopter
Military aircraft, long haul, heavy, with described armament.
Aircraft by Name/Version: Global Military Aircraft G1
Aircraft Materials, Processes, & Hardware:
Aircraft Height:
Aircraft Length:
AirWorthiness: What is meant by the term "in a condition for safe operation?"
The aircraft items evaluated depend on information such as aircraft make, model, age, type, completeness of maintenance records of the aircraft, and the overall condition of the aircraft.

What is an airworthiness certificate?
Who may apply for an airworthiness certificate?
Are there different classifications of airworthiness certificates?
How do you monitor and arrest individuals whose names have been circulates for crimes like felonies from various sources?
What do you do after you seize the aircraft with pilot arrest and detention of others?
Here are further guidelines.
Airworthiness category: Normal
Aircraft make/models:
Aircrafts : Flight Operations
Armament: What best describes military capabilities of aircraft, including armament?
Bombs
Cannon
Missiles
Multi-role tanker transport
Cargo transportation of heavy and oversized battle tanks and heavy equipment
Military officers airdrop operations
Air-to-air refueling
Medical evacuation missions
Ditching in ocean capabilities
Radar with multidimensional detection and interception capabilities
Self-defense interceptor armament, including missiles
Altitude ft:
Baggage (Maximum):
Body Type: widebody
Category: Heavy, medium, light, very light.
VL: Very light aircraft MTOW less than 10,000 pounds (4,540 kg).
L: Light aircraft – 7,000 kg
M: Medium aircraft – 7,000–136,000 kg
H: Heavy aircraft – >136,000 kg
How many kilograms in a ton?
1 Metric Ton = 1 000 Kilograms
136,000 Kilograms = 136 Metric Tons (or Tonnes)
Cabin Type: pressurized
Cabin height:
Cabin width:
Cargo Compartment: Length - 85 feet 2 inches (26 meters);
Certificate Issue Date:
Crew:
Criminal activities relevant to this aircraft, pilot, crew, operator. Are there any complaints relevant to this aircraft, pilot, crew, operator?

If yes, what are the facts?

Does this aircraft need to be seized because of various harms?

Seizure of aircraft

Can there be seizure of aircraft?
Yes.

Where do you place an aircraft after its seizure?
Each person seizing an aircraft under this section shall place it in the nearest available and adequate public storage facility in the state and judicial district in which it was seized.

What are most important issues that should be recorded in records of aircraft seizure?
Criminal activities.
Women exploitation.
Women exploitation under the pretext of employment.
Trafficking for sexual exploitation under the pretext of employment.
Resources, time, intellectuals mobilized in seizing, storing, and maintaining the aircraft. You can also mention like this.
ALABAMA Code of Alabama Title 4. Aviation
FLORIDA ~ 25 F.S.A. § 329.40
HAWAII ~ 15 HRS § 261-7.5
NEW JERSEY ~ 2A New Jersey Statutes Annotated § 44
PUERTO RICO ~ 23 Laws of Puerto Rico Annotated § 469
Kashmir, Asia Aviation code.
Delhi Aviation Code.

Arrest, detention, confiscation of assets, further punishments of CEO of airlines or the operator involved in criminal activities and harms, including women exploitation.
Women exploitation under the pretext of employment.
Trafficking for sexual exploitation under the pretext of employment.

If there is a directive of seizure of aircraft, remind crew, operators others if seizure of aircraft
does not go ahead there will be directive to shoot down the aircraft due to various criminal activities including class 1 felons criminals utilizing the specific aircraft.
Cruising Speed (MPH): 161/196/270/286/303/325/375/430/500/557/504/550/557/567/573/577/622/615/1400
Date Deployed: June 1993 C-17 Globemaster III
Engines:
Engine position: Both sides of rear fuselage
First flight:
Empty weight (lbs):
Fuel:
Fuel capacity, total / usable:
Horsepower:
Landing gear: Tricycle retractable
Manufacturer and Aircraft Type / Model:
Maximum Peacetime Takeoff Weight: 585,000 pounds (265,306 kilos)
Maximum Speed (Vh): 95 KCAS (109 mph) (176 kph)
Maximum Takeoff Weight (in Lbs): 364,000
The MTOW of an aircraft is the maximum weight at which the pilot of the aircraft is allowed to attempt to take off, due to structural or other limits. The MTOW is usually specified in units of kilograms or pounds. The MTOW is the heaviest weight at which the aircraft has been shown to meet all the airworthiness requirements applicable to it. The MTOW of an aircraft is fixed, and does not vary with altitude or air temperature or the length of the runway to be used for takeoff or landing. A different weight the "maximum permissible takeoff weight", or "regulated takeoff weight", varies according to flap setting, altitude, air temperature, length of runway and other factors.
Aircraft Model: Aircraft ICAO and IATA codes - Airbus
Aircraft Model ICAO Code IATA Code Wake Category Seats
Airbus A340-600 A346 346 Heavy 372
ICAO Code:
IATA Code:
Wake Category: Heavy
Medium
No. Of Engines: 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8
Operator:
Passenger Capacity (Max): 1/8/14/15/19/28/50/55/70/74/90/106/108/125/128//132/134/149/168/179/181//189/185/263/280/335/350/375/569/853
Passenger Capacity (Min): 1/2/3/4/42/45/70/75/100/116/108/128/145/146/164/220/218/232/256/263/295/374/555
Payload Capacity (in Lbs): 1,590/4000/15763/25,000/3,250/4786/45,686/52,000/79,560/95,544/99,208
Performance similarity: No data
Power Plant Manufacturer: Four Pratt & Whitney F117-PW- 100 turbofan engines C-17 Globemaster III
Primary Function: Cargo and troop transport C-17 Globemaster III
Prime Contractor:
Range: Unlimited with in-flight refueling
Range (in Miles): 423/465/860/900/1048/2170/2280/2550/2700/2785/3000/3800/3107/3305/4150/5200/6325/6400/7300/7400/8000/
Recognition similarity:
State:
Service Ceiling: 45,000 feet at cruising speed (13,716 meters)
Takeoff Distance (Runway on Standard Day/Sea Level): 710 feet/920 feet
Takeoff Weight (in Lbs): 6615/7935/11200/11300/12500/15245/36095/49297/70000/77000/185000/606100/196200/258000/44070/551156
Tail configuration: Cruciform tail
Thrust (each engine): 40,900 pounds C-17 Globemaster III
Useful Load: 430-550 lbs (195-249 kg)
Wheelbase:
Wing position: Low wing
Wingspan: 170 feet 9 inches (to winglet tips) (51.81 meters) C-17 Globemaster III

What questions must directors of state departments of aviation answer publicly?

Can you elaborate on various aviation techniques you know publicly via the Internet?
What are the duties of directors of state departments of aviation?
How many total directors of state departments of aviation exist around the world?
How do you plan to enhance aviation in the state, outside the state, and around the world, intercontinentally?
How are your services enhancing the economy of the state and protecting the rights of residents of the state?

Regulatory issues relevant to every state and aviation department around the world
How should regulatory issues relevant to every state and aviation department around the world proceed?
All such issues should proceed through the office of the director of the state department of aviation.
Various irreparable harms have occurred.

What is on the list of offices of the director of state departments of aviation around the world?
http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/aviationtransportationaroundtheworld.html

What should be circulated to all mentioned entities?
Airbus, Boeing, General Electric, Rolls-Royce, United Technologies, Pratt & Whitney, McDonnell Douglas, Lockheed, and similar entities cannot enter into any agreement or agreements on their own on or after March 22, 2017. The director of the government department of aviation of the specific state among 330 states must sign any agreement or agreements.

What have been the various findings?
Various irreparable harms have occurred.
These entities have been found to provide aircrafts to fraudsters and other harmful individuals, installing them fraudulently in various job positions, including heads of state, thereby harming others. Such actions are not justified. This has been happening both with and without election fraud that is not justified.

What needs to be accomplished?
FAA training requirements and recommendations should be discarded.
ICAO, IS-BAO, CAMTS, AAMS, and TSA standards should be discarded due to irreparable harms on others.
Any other similar entity should be discarded due to irreparable harms.
Offices of the director of state departments of aviation around the world have to prevail.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.org/aviationtransportationaroundtheworld.html


Flight Time and Distance Calculator
How to Calculate Flying Time
How do you calculate flight time?
Calculating flight time is a bit more complicated than calculating driving time, but nevertheless, it is a relatively simple calculation to make. Electronic calculators can do this for you, but it is still a good idea to understand the calculation you are making before relying on such devices. This calculation is a major part of any flight plan. You will also need access to current weather information along your route. Be aware that, if weather conditions change, it will be necessary to recalculate your flight time based on updated information.

Plan your flight, and make note of the following information: geographic distance of your planned route, the planned cruising altitude, the planned cruising airspeed, current wind conditions and expected wind conditions for the approximate duration of your flight.

Determine your planned time en route without wind. To do this, simply divide the geographical distance of your route by your planned cruising airspeed.

Determine the headwind or tailwind component of the wind at your cruising altitude. This refers to the portion of the wind speed that will be with or against you (as opposed to the crosswind portion, which is blowing sideways to your course). This is a trigonometric calculation. Using a paper map, measure the angle between the direction of the wind and the direction of your planned course. Use a calculator to determine the cosine of that angle. Multiply the result by the known speed of the wind. The result will be the headwind or tailwind component. Headwinds are expressed as positive numbers, and tailwinds are expressed as negative numbers.

Alternatively, you can use a flight calculator (E6B) to make this calculation simply by entering the speed and direction of the wind, your planned course and airspeed.

Multiply the headwind or tailwind component by your estimated flight time expressed as a decimal, such as "3.2 hours."

Add the result (don't forget that tailwinds are negative numbers) to the geographic distance of your route. The resulting number will be total nautical air miles of your trip. This is the distance of your trip adjusted for wind. This is the distance you should use for fuel planning, as well as for calculating flight time.

Divide the nautical air miles by your cruising speed to get an accurate estimate of your time on route. Keep in mind that this does not include the time you will spend climbing away from your point of origin, or the time you will spend descending to your destination.

To increase the accuracy of your calculation, divide your flight plan into segments between waypoints. Make a separate calculation for each segment based on wind forecasts for the time you expect to be flying each segment.

Remember that the wind speeds in your calculations should be used specifically for the altitude at which you will be flying. Wind speeds vary significantly at different altitudes.

This ____ is intended for _________ and should not be used as a substitute for flight manuals, pilot operating handbooks or the advice of a certified instructor.

Air Speed (kts > 0): 460
Aircraft Type Heavy Jet
Departing Airport: LOS ANGELES INTL
Arrival Airport: JOHN F KENNEDY INTL
Estimated Distance: 2146 nm
Estimated Time: 5 hours 41 min
Altitude: 39000 ft
Avg Wind Heading: N/A
Avg Wind Speed: N/A

Distance measuring equipment

Distance measuring equipment (DME) is a transponder-based radio navigation technology that measures slant range distance by timing the propagation delay of VHF or UHF radio signals.

Hardware

The DME system comprises a UHF transmitter/receiver (interrogator) in the aircraft and a UHF receiver/transmitter (transponder) on the ground.

What else should you be aware of?
Global Positioning Satellite (GPS)
Instrument flight rules (IFR)
Transponder landing system (TLS)
Instrument landing system (ILS)
Non-directional beacon (NDB)
Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN)
VHF omnidirectional range (VOR)
Squitter

Distance Calculator

Latitude/Longitude

Upload Coordinates

Input in the format lat,lng e.g.
48.857798,2.299962
47.857798,2.299962

Distance From:
Distance To:
Nearest airports:

Distance from California to New York is 3918.49 kilometers
This air travel distance is equal to 2434.84 miles.
Distance between California to New York:
3923.10 km = 2437.70 miles

If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) between California to New York, It takes 4.35 hours to arrive.

Distance from New York to Barcelona is: 3819.9 Miles

New York coordinates:
latitude: 40° 44' North
longitude: 73° 55' West

Barcelona coordinates:
latitude: 41° 18' North
longitude: 2° 06' East

Approximate travel time from New York, New York to Barcelona, Spain is: 7 hrs, 56 mins

Distance between Madrid, Spain and Srinagar, Kashmir
6754 kilometers
4196 miles
Distance between Srinagar, Kashmir and Nanjing, Jiangsu
4072 kilometers
2531 miles

Where do we go from here?
Flight manuals
Pilot operating handbooks
The advice of a certified instructor

What are the most important issues in aviation?
  1. Aviation investigations.

  2. Pilot licensing for passenger and cargo aircraft.

  3. Pilot licensing for military aircraft.

  4. Aircraft manufacturing.

  5. Aircraft inspections.

  6. Air Force operations.

  7. See other issues in aviation.

Aviation investigations.

What will Doctor Asif Qureshi take care of in aviation at the executive level?
Aviation investigations.
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The photograph was taken when I was 25 years old.
On August 1, 2020, I was 53 years old.
At this age, I dress in a cap, kurta pajamas, and shoes and wear a beard.
If there is a request to wear a tie, then I wear a white shirt, tie, black trousers, black coat, and shoes.

Where should you forward executive remuneration for Doctor Asif Qureshi?
Take a look at this.
https://qureshiuniversity.com/moneytransfer.html

Aviation investigations.

Aviation incident investigations.
Air crash investigations.

What can be causes of air crashes?
1. Air Traffic Control (ATC) errors.
2. Bad weather.
3. Bird strike.
4. Design flaw.
5. Fuel starvation.
6. Hijacking.
7. Improper loading of aircraft.
8. Improper maintenance procedures.
9. Lightning (some aircrafts have lightning-prevention mechanisms).
10. Mechanical failure.
11. Other causes under investigation.
12. Pilot incompetence or intentional fault that caused the air crash.
13. Pilot being shot by passenger.
14. Pilot error (responsible for approximately half of all plane crashes).
15. Sabotage.

What is considered an air crash?
Incidents in which the aircraft has suffered such damage that it is removed from service. Make sure you know the difference between air crashes and grievous, fatal injuries and irreparable harms.

What is on the list of various air crashes?
Take a look at this.
Year
Deaths
Number of air crash incidents
https://qureshiuniversity.com/aircraftcrashes.html

How many air crashes have occurred in history?
The total number of fatalities due to aviation incidents since 1970 is 83,772 (as of August 1, 2020). The total number of incidents is 11,164.
Air crash investigations.
Issue Number 1, Friday May 22, 2020.

What happened?
On Friday, May 22, 2020, Airbus A320-214 crashed in Karachi, resulting in 97 fatalities and 2 passenger survivors.

What are the relevant findings around which investigations must proceed?
The crash stemmed from the failure of the landing gear to extend.
One interpretation is that the landing gear was extended at the moment of impact, which affected the engines. Harms were already initiated.
As of August 1, 2020, the manufacturer of the Airbus aircraft still has not been able to explain the crash.

What are the facts as of August 1, 2020?
This was not pilot error.
This was the aircraft manufacturer's fault.
The landing gear of the aircraft did not extend properly.

Was the air crash caused by mechanical failure, pilot error, or some other issue?
The air crash was caused by mechanical failure. The entire crash of Airbus A320-214 in Karachi stemmed from the failure to extend the landing gear on Friday, May 22, 2020. .

Questions that need further answers after August 2, 2020.

Who from the aircraft manufacturer must be punished for these harms?

The manufacturer of the aircraft, Airbus, must provide a minute-by-minute, second-by-second explanation of the crash. How do you explain the landing gear's failure to extend, which caused the crash of Airbus A320-214 in Karachi on Friday, May 22, 2020?

What needs to be accomplished in the future so that similar air crashes can be prevented?


Pilot licensing for passenger and cargo aircraft.
Pilot licensing for military aircraft.
A flight carrying military cargo and regular cargo with passengers needs to have regular flights both weekly and daily.

What are the planned flight routes?
Srinagar, Ürümqi.
Srinagar, Agra Air Force Station.
Srinagar, Peshawar Air Force Station.
Srinagar, Qionglai Air Base.
Srinagar, Dwarka.
Srinagar, Gwadar Port.
Srinagar, Baleswar.
Many more flight routes for cargo to Srinagar.

How do you plan to provide training and pilot licensing for military, passenger, and cargo aircraft?
Aviation World Administration and Aviation College International.
Public debate is required.

How must pilot licensing be categorized on or after August 2, 2020?
Pilot licensing for passenger and cargo aircraft, North America.
Pilot licensing for military aircraft, North America.
Pilot licensing for passenger and cargo aircraft, Asia.
Pilot licensing for military aircraft, Asia.
Pilot licensing for passenger and cargo aircraft, Africa.
Pilot licensing for military aircraft, Africa.
Pilot licensing for passenger and cargo aircraft, Latin America.
Pilot licensing for military aircraft, Latin America.
Pilot licensing for passenger and cargo aircraft, Australia.
Pilot licensing for military aircraft, Australia.
Pilot licensing for passenger and cargo aircraft, international (can pilot to any continent).
Pilot licensing for military aircraft, international (can pilot to any continent).
Here are further guidelines.

Aircraft manufacturing.
What has been the track record of various aircraft manufacturers?
Boeing 737 MAX had faults and was grounded.
Boeing 777 was grounded.
KLM 747 fleet was grounded.
Airbus 380 was grounded.
Many more similar examples exist.
These happened before August 2, 2020.

How could this be prevented?
Worldwide public service-oriented cargo, passenger, and military aircrafts need to be manufactured to hold 250 passengers in each aircraft.
From August 3, 2020, onwards, plans for manufacturing similar variant aircrafts worldwide must proceed. Everyone must know everything about these public service-oriented aircrafts.
Last Updated: January 15, 2021