This year, Earth Day is on Saturday, April 22nd, and the airline industry has some creative ways to celebrate and contribute to the reduction of carbon emissions produced. Currently the airline industry is responsible for about 2% of global carbon emissions and that number is expected to exponentially grow, hitting 22% by 2050. As a result, the industry has recognized that is has a responsibility to keep our air clean and reduce as much negative environmental impact as possible. Here are some of the most creative ways we can see the airline industry helping keep our Earth clean:
The 2017 Red Bull Air Race World Championship is underway and, for the first time in eight year, it’ll be coming back to San Diego, CA. The Air Race came to town for the first time in 2007, then again in 2008, and 2009. After an eight year hiatus, the competition will come to San Diego for its second stop on April 15th and 16th. Today, the Red Bull Air Race World Championship is known as the fastest and most exhilarating motorsport competition ever. The competition was conceptualized in 2002, and executed for the first time in 2003. The concept was to create the most advanced aerial challenge in existence, and the expectations were quickly met and exceeded. The Red Bull Air Race World Champi
It happens every year. You’ve been in school since August or September and now you’re tired! You’re ready for the long summer break ahead, and can’t wait for all the laziness to ensue. But, two weeks into having nothing planned, you start to feel boredom and restlessness. This year, don’t let yourself fall victim to the same routine; it’s time to kick start your career in the aviation industry with an amazing internship. Here’s a list of some of the most sought after positions open for summer internships with top aviation companies:
On February 17, 2017 Boeing rolled out its newest aircraft: the Boeing 787 – 10 Dreamliner. This is the third aircraft in the series, and is set to carry 40 more passengers and 15% more cargo than the previous 787-9. While the Boeing 787 – 10 Dreamliner is made of parts from all around the world, it is the only Boeing aircraft which will be made strictly at the company’s South Carolina facility. This makes this aircraft the fist Boeing to be made anywhere other than the Boeing home base in Seattle, WA. Along with its unique manufacturing location, the Boeing 787 – 10 includes many features to make the flight more enjoyable for passengers and the surrounding community.
Just as we thought Cirrus couldn’t get any better, they’ve outdone themselves again with the release of the SR22 Turbo – Generation 6 (G6) Aircraft. Per Cirrus, this is, “the smartest, safest, and most advanced models ever of the best-selling SR22T, SR22, and SR20 piston airplanes,” and we see this model changing the recreational aviation industry. No doubt about it, one of the best parts of owning a Cirrus is being seen. Who doesn’t want others to see them flying around in a sleek, well-crafted airplane? What’s even more impressive about the Cirrus G6 is just how easy it is to be seen with the Spectra Wingtip lights. The design for these lights is based on the look and functionality...