World and Russian aircraft. Passenger planes.

Popular modern passenger aircraft of the world

Airbus-A310

Airbus-A319

AirbusA320

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Airbus A319 300x200

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Airbus-A330

Airbus-A380

Boeing-737

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Boeing-747

Boeing-757

Boeing-767

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Boeing 757 300x200

Boeing 767 300x200

Boeing-777

IL-62

IL-86

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IL62 300x200

yl 86

IL-96

TU-154

TU-204

IL96 300x200

TU154 300x200

TU204 300x200

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Popular aircraft of the world
(By manufacturer)

James Dzhebara ( "jab"). Biography. Fighting. A photo. 4 Adam Aircraft, Inc - Colorado, United States adamdzhet logo


James Dzhebara ( "jab"). Biography. Fighting. A photo. 4 Ahrens Aircraft, Inc. - California, USA.

Ahrens AR 404


Airbus (Airbus) - France, Toulouse. Airbus logo

Antonov - Kharkov Aviation Plant. Antonov logo

ATR (ATP) - France, Toulouse.ATR logo

AVIC I / II (China Aviation Industry) - China avic logo

BAE Systems (BAE Systems) - Farnborough, UK. BAE Systems logo

James Dzhebara ( "jab"). Biography. Fighting. A photo. 4 Boeing (Boeing) - USA, Chicago Boeing logo
Bombardier (Bombardier) - Canada, Montreal Bombardier logo
Britten-Norman (Britten-RќRѕSЂRјR ° neous PS) - United Kingdom Britten-Norman logo

James Dzhebara ( "jab"). Biography. Fighting. A photo. 4 Cessna (R|RμSЃSЃRЅR °) - USA, Kansas Cessna logo

Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (Comac) - China

Dassault Aviation - Paris, France Dassault Aviation logo

Dornier (Dornier) - Germany, Friedrichshafen Dornier logo

James Dzhebara ( "jab"). Biography. Fighting. A photo. 4 Eclipse Aviation (Eclipse) - US eclipse logo

Embraer (Embraer) - Brazil: Sao Jose dos Campos, Sao Paulo Embraer logo

James Dzhebara ( "jab"). Biography. Fighting. A photo. 4 Fairchild Aerospace (Fairchild) - Texas, USA Fairchild Aerospace lofo

Fokker (Fokker) - Amsterdam, Netherlands Fokker logo

Grob Aerospace - Tussenhausen, Germany Grob Aircraft - Tussenhausen, Germany


James Dzhebara ( "jab"). Biography. Fighting. A photo. 4 Hawker Beechcraft (Hawker Beechcraft) - Kansas, United States. Hawker Beechcraft logo

Hawker Siddeley (Hawker Siddley) - England Hawker Siddeley logo

James Dzhebara ( "jab"). Biography. Fighting. A photo. 4 Honda Aircraft Company (Honda Eirkraft) - USA, Japan. Honda Aircraft Company logo

Indonesian Aerospace (Indonezian) - Indonesia Indonesian Aerospace logo

James Dzhebara ( "jab"). Biography. Fighting. A photo. 4 Lockheed Martin (Lockheed Martin) - Maryland, USA. Lockheed Martin logo

LZ Aeronautical Industries (LET) - Austria Vienna. LZ Aeronautical Industries (LET) logo

James Dzhebara ( "jab"). Biography. Fighting. A photo. 4 McDonnell Douglas (Douglas) - St. Louis, USA. McDonnell Douglas logo

NAMC - Nihon Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation (NAMK) - Japan NAMC logo

Piaggio Aero Industries SPA - Genoa, Italy piaggio aero

Pilatus (Pilatus) - Stans, Switzerland Pilatus logo

James Dzhebara ( "jab"). Biography. Fighting. A photo. 4 Piper Aircraft (Piper) Florida, United States Piper Aircraft logo

Saab (Saab) - Stockholm, Sweden Saab logo aircraft

Socata (socat) - Tarbes, France SOCATA

James Dzhebara ( "jab"). Biography. Fighting. A photo. 4 Shorts (Shorts) - Milwaukee, United States Shorts logo aicraft

Dry - Moscow Dry logo

Tupolev - Moscow Tupolev logo

Yakovlev - Moscow Yakovlev logo

JSC "Financial-industrial group Rosaviakonsortsium" - Moscow JSC "Financial-industrial group Rosaviakonsortsium"

This list is not complete and constantly updated.

Ukraine Aircraft

Historically, Russian, European and American aircraft dominate the aircraft manufacturing market.


Passenger planes of the world are divided into:

widebody Narrowbody
wide-body aircraft
regional local

Aircraft designed to move in the air. Another name for the aircraft is an airplane. The plane flies with the help of a special power plant, as well as wings. The power plant, with which the aircraft flies, creates thrust, without which the flight will be impossible. And the two wings create a special lifting force that keeps the aircraft at a height.

Modern aircraft world appeared relatively recently, but the aircraft, with which it was possible to move through the air, is mentioned in the literature of the ancient world. Many scientists claim that in the ancient world, people owned serious technologies, with the help of which they built aircraft and moved them through the air, but these are just theories, and this has not been confirmed by facts. The first aircraft, which was built on the territory of Russia, appeared in 1864 year. The inventor of the aircraft was Russian Nikolai Teleshev.

The main elements of the aircraft are: wing, fuselage, tail, landing gear, aircraft propulsion system and onboard equipment. Thanks to the wing there is a special lifting force, which is necessary for the takeoff of the aircraft. The fuselage is needed in order to have, where to place passengers, pilots, the necessary cargo and so on. Also, to the fuselage attached wings, engines, chassis and other important things for the flight. Plumage is used in order to ensure the stability, balance and controllability of the aircraft. Another name for plumage is aerodynamic surfaces. The system of supports, which is necessary so that during takeoff the aircraft has a takeoff run, as well as to enable the aircraft to move on the ground. The power plant consists of two elements - the engine and propulsion. It was created to create a special power draft, which allows the aircraft to make progressive movements. A system of onboard equipment - a variety of equipment with which the aircraft can fly under any conditions.

aircraft

Planes world are divided into a huge number of species. They differ in purpose, design, engine type, and so on. There are fighter planes, passenger planes, fire planes that are used to extinguish fires, sports planes, training and many others. These planes differ in many ways, but they have one goal - to move through the air.

What planes?

Everyone knows that the airplane is a flying machine with the engine and wings, which is able to move through the air faster than birds and transported thousands of kilograms of cargo. But few understand how it works.

Why this heavy machine can with such great speed rush through the air? If a bird or a fly would not have wings, they could never fly and rock would fall to the ground. All because their weight is heavier than air because of the muscles that result in the movement of their wings. The aircraft is heavier than air, and it is a lot like a bird. Here are just wings it is not waving, they remain motionless. At the same time, the strong muscles of the aircraft, which acts as the engine that drives the propeller.

What planes?

So, what plane and why he did not like a bird to such a machine is also able to flap their wings?

In the past, the inventors tried to build something like that, but their plans were doomed to failure. And perhaps they have a point? For fixed-wing aircraft has been for many years flying birds much faster. It remains only to improve the air unit and make it available to everyone. On our website you can learn more about what the planes, why do they fly, how they work, how is the flight itself, and a lot of other useful information.

Fixed wing aircraft are distinguished from the helicopter, and the ornithopter (maholeta), and the presence in it of the engine - from the glider. Aerodynamic method of creating lift distinguishes him from the airship. In relation to the perspective and modern developments in aviation engineering (variable thrust vector, and integrated hypersonic aerodynamic layout, etc.) the term "aircraft" needs to be clarified.

The plane - air unit for flights in the atmosphere, uses aerodynamic lift to keep themselves in the air and thrust propulsion system for maneuvering and compensation drag on the mechanical energy losses.

Nowadays, there are many types of aircraft, which differ not only in size, shape and weight, but also by many other characteristics. Aircraft, depending on the destination, is divided into civil and military.

What planes? 2

The main types of modern models of military aircraft - see the section Military aviation or military aircraft

Fighters are designed for air combat, so they have the maneuverability and high speed.

Attack aircraft - the planes that attacked from the air on artillery, troops and enemy tanks. They are armored and heavily armed.

Bombers are planes that drop bomb cargo onto fortifications, troops, airfields, railway junctions, military industrial enterprises behind enemy lines. Depending on the purpose, they are two-, four- or even six-engine. Stormtroopers and fighters create one- and two-engine. As for civil aviation aircraft, they are designed to transport mail, passengers and cargo. They are effective in controlling pests of agricultural crops, they are used for aerial photography, forest fire extinguishing and other purposes. Civil aviation belongs to sports.

It is worth noting that, in addition to the division of aviation for military and civilian, it is the sea and land. Seaplane equipped hulls of boats or floats, allowing them to land on water.

Plane with two wings, one above the other, is the name of a biplane; with one wing - monoplane.

The plane - a complex machine made up of a large number of parts, which are well harmoniously with each other. If you are interested in aviation theme, we recommend you to become regular readers of our website Avia.pro.

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