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Basic Flight Instruments

Basic Flight Instruments

   Introduction      The basic flight instruments located in the cockpit of an airplane are...

Airspeed Indicator

Airspeed Indicator

   Airspeed indicator       One of the oldest and most important instruments in the panel of an...

Altimeter

Altimeter

   Altimeter      Altimeter is the instrument which shows the aircraft’s altitude from sea...

Magnetic Compass

Magnetic Compass

   Magnetic Compass         The magnetic compass indicates the position of the aircraft...

Attitude Indicator

Attitude Indicator

   Attitude Indicator      The attitude indicator or otherwise artificial horizon is the...

Heading Indicator

Heading Indicator

   Heading Indicator      Heading indicator or HI is the instrument that shows us the direction...

Vertical Speed Indicator

Vertical Speed Indicator

   Vertical Speed Indicator     Vertical Speed Indicator or otherwise variometer, is the...

Turn and Balance Indicator

Turn and Balance Indicator

   Turn and Balance Indicator      Turn and Balance Indicator is a double-role instrument. As a...

Flight Control System

Flight Control System

   Introduction     Flight control system of an airplane is the set of all parts that it needs...

Basic Flight Control Systems

Basic Flight Control Systems

          When an airplane is changing attitude in flight, it's moving around one or more of the...

Secondary Flight Control Systems

Secondary Flight Control Systems

        The secondary flight control systems, are operating auxiliary with the basic flight...

Air Navigation

Air Navigation

Intoduction       Air navigation is all the procedures that need to be done by someone to be able...

Basic Principles

Basic Principles

     If we want to succeed a proper air navigation, we must move from the departure point to our...

VFR

VFR

       VFR (Visual Flight Rules) is one of the two regulations governing all civil flights...

IFR

IFR

        IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) are the rules when flying ​​under such weather conditions...

IFR Procedures

IFR Procedures

        During an IFRIFRDefinition: Instrument Flight Rules... flight, there are specific...

Charts

Charts

Introduction       For the proper Aviation, there are specific charts that showing the right...

IFR Charts

IFR Charts

       To be able to execute an instrument flight (IFR), we should consult and follow the...

Airport Charts

Airport Charts

       These charts providing information about the provision of the facilities in the airport...

SID Charts

SID Charts

       SID (Standard Instrument Departure) are the charts that showing us how to reach the exit...

  • Basic Flight Instruments

    Basic Flight Instruments

    Friday, 26 April 2013 01:35
  • Airspeed Indicator

    Airspeed Indicator

    Friday, 26 April 2013 01:35
  • Altimeter

    Altimeter

    Friday, 26 April 2013 01:35
  • Magnetic Compass

    Magnetic Compass

    Friday, 26 April 2013 01:35
  • Attitude Indicator

    Attitude Indicator

    Friday, 26 April 2013 01:35
  • Heading Indicator

    Heading Indicator

    Friday, 26 April 2013 01:35
  • Vertical Speed Indicator

    Vertical Speed Indicator

    Friday, 26 April 2013 01:35
  • Turn and Balance Indicator

    Turn and Balance Indicator

    Friday, 26 April 2013 01:35
  • Flight Control System

    Flight Control System

    Monday, 06 May 2013 16:35
  • Basic Flight Control Systems

    Basic Flight Control Systems

    Monday, 06 May 2013 16:35
  • Secondary Flight Control Systems

    Secondary Flight Control Systems

    Monday, 06 May 2013 16:35
  • Air Navigation

    Air Navigation

    Sunday, 16 June 2013 19:50
  • Basic Principles

    Basic Principles

    Sunday, 16 June 2013 19:50
  • VFR

    VFR

    Sunday, 16 June 2013 19:50
  • IFR

    IFR

    Sunday, 16 June 2013 19:50
  • IFR Procedures

    IFR Procedures

    Sunday, 16 June 2013 19:50
  • Charts

    Charts

    Thursday, 19 March 2015 15:55
  • IFR Charts

    IFR Charts

    Friday, 27 March 2015 10:31
  • Airport Charts

    Airport Charts

    Thursday, 05 November 2015 13:33
  • SID Charts

    SID Charts

    Friday, 06 November 2015 09:49

  

 

     When an airplane is changing attitude in flight, it's moving around one or more of the three axes of motion, that passing through the center of its gravity. At the intersection of the three axes everyone is always at an angle of 90 ° relative to the other two.

     The axis that runs from the nose of the aircraft and reaches the tail, is the longitudinal axis, the axis that runs from one to the other wing is the lateral axis and the axis that runs vertically from the center of gravity is the vertical axis.

     The movements of the airplane in each of these axes are called Rolling, Pitching and Yawing. To achieve these movements, airplanes need the basic flight control systems, Aileron, Elevator and Rudder.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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