Methods for reducing costs for civil aviation flights
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Methods for reducing costs for civil aviation flights

Methods for reducing costs for civil aviation flights


Aircraft builders around the world are striving to create the most effective aircraft, because this also determines the continued popularity of air assets. To date, almost no one can be surprised by the capacity on board, which is noted by many aircraft manufacturers, because in this case, the efficiency of the operation of multi-seat aircraft is only slightly higher than that of 200-300 local aircraft, while the cost and price of service are many times over increases.

The aircraft manufacturers pay the most attention to the creation of truly efficient aircraft in terms of their service, as in this case, future operators will be able to reduce the costs of aircraft maintenance, and thereby provide their customers with lower prices, which in turn will increase the main indicators activity of carriers, and to ensure maximum occupancy of aircraft.



A typical example of this can serve as aircraft operating on electric power, which is much more economical, however, these aircraft are still being designed and not in mass use. Nevertheless, Chinese experts have moved much further, and have improved the capabilities of the aircraft by refilling it with used vegetable oil. Previously, similar attempts have already been made, however, it is important to take into account the fact that the current experiment used a passenger liner Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which was able to fly over the Pacific Ocean, having overcome more than 11 thousand 290 kilometers. According to some sources, such an approach proved to be quite effective, since at the refueling of the aircraft it was possible to save about 15%, while the amount of harmful emissions to the atmosphere significantly decreased.



Will Chinese air carriers continue to use used vegetable oil as fuel, and will this trend spread to other airlines, for the time being it remains unknown.

Experts believe that in the near future, scientists will continue to work on the creation of unique engines that allow to abandon conventional aviation fuel, since this will significantly reduce the cost of operating aircraft, and will reduce the cost of a flight from one point of the globe to another.


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