Preparing greener initiatives for the next take-off.

Eagerly and hopefully waiting for the net-zero carbon emission missions to become a reality sooner. This refueling truck full of conventional kerosene might be replaced by a fully sustainable aviation fuel product in the near future. Image by Author.

Crawling out of the challenges below is only the tip of the iceberg.

CFM International’s LEAP gas turbine engine mock-up during the 2018 Singapore Airshow. Image by Author.


They might augment the probability of surviving apart from the training and ATC.

A photo from the ground shows the badly damaged engine on flight 328. Image by Hayden Smith via Instagram.


The concern for structural integrity is enormous, and its maintenance is another.

An aircraft parking at the gate preparing for the next flight. Image by Author.


Even the components in the waste system have a backup, not to mention other crucial systems to drive up safety to the highest level.

Sunset rays behind a Boeing 737. Image by Author.

How do aircraft operators know an unforeseen circumstance will jeopardize the safety of the aircraft and its passengers? The Service Bulletin and Airworthiness Directives might provide the answer.

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The requirement imposed to reduce the risk of inflight fire and discourage burning interior materials as the cause of death in a postcrash fire.

Gazing out through the window of an Airbus A350 at Penang International Airport. Image by Author.

Nazmi Izwan

Aviation made simple and understandable for general flying public.

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