A commercial jet flight is a chartered airline service on a jet plane, as in a flight with passengers etc.
The first official record of a manned supersonic flight was Charles Yeager flying the Bell X-1 on October 14, 1947. There is a "plausible" claim that George Welch actually bea…t Yeager by two weeks in an XP-86 Sabre, but that run was not officially monitored so it isn't considered "official."
A fire extinguisher.
The main question is; measured at which distance? The closer you are, the higher is the level. The sound pressure level decreases with distance after the inverse di…stance law (1/r law), that means decreasing 6 dB per doubling distance r. Scroll down to related links and look at "Level in decibel - Sound pressure and the inverse distance law".
the flight of the first jet airplane was in Germany
How much weight of luggage one can carry to ahmedabad city from new delhi in spice jet flight in India?
hand luggage 7 kg & cargo 23 kg. total of 30 kg
Most airliners are not equipped with the extra large cargo door that this would require. However, cars can and have been hauled on cargo jets, which are generally stripped-dow…n versions of airliners.
April 18, 1941 was the first flight of the German turbojet powered Messerschmitt Me 262. The British turbojet powered Gloster E.28/39 first flight was a month later on May… 15, 1941 making it the second jet to fly. The first airliner with jet power only was the British Vickers VC.1 Viking G-AJPH, which first flew on April 6, 1948.
they carry a pistol usually a glock .45 or a desert eagle which is a 9mm and an ar-15 rifle and a emergency radio to contact there aircraft carrier or airport
Yes, they can, since they pose no security risk. Have in mind however that they will have to go thru X-ray scanner but it should not harm them.
The jet engine creates thrust, which, in a sense, pushes the plane forward which forces air over the wing. Because of the shape of the wing (smooth on the bottom, rounded over… the top) and with enough thrust, from the engines, the plane will move fast enough to generate a lifting force. - - - - - In the annals of aviation, the jet engine's contribution is twofold. A plane with turbojet or turbofan engines can fly higher and faster than a plane with engines that turn propellers. A jet airliner can fly above the weather, where the air is smoother (which gives the paying passengers a more comfortable ride, and makes them happier), and it can get to the destination airport faster (which, once again, makes the paying passengers happier). Also, a jet engine is more powerful than a piston engine. This extra power allows the airplane designer to put larger fuel tanks in the plane, which gives the range to, say, fly from New York to LA without stopping rather than having to fly to Denver, then St. Louis and finally into New York. In transatlantic service, a jet airliner can fly from New York to London nonstop; prop airliners made stops in Newfoundland and Greenland when flying the same route. Not having to get on and off the plane repeatedly also makes the paying passengers happier.
Yes, but you need to have a certificate from the crematorium stating that the ashes are human remains.
Yes incase of depressurisation and therapeutic needs
They are all different. You would have to ask for a particular jet.
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