THE AIRPLANE & GENERAL AVIATION
The Four Forces of Flight
Four Forces of Flight: Review & Activities
The Airplane: Key Components & Flight Controls
END OF THE RUNWAY
READY TO GO.
STATE OF THE INDUSTRY
OR.HOW TO KNOW YOUVE TIMED YOUR COLLEGE CAREER CORRECTLY!
Demographics & Projections
The 1500 Hour Rule & How it Aects You
Painting an Ugly Picture:
Forecast & Historical data from many different sources:
AVN 2000: Airline
Development & the Jet Age
The Post WWII Landscape:
European infrastructure and population is severely damaged.
Aviation communities around the world plan for a post-war environment.
Development of airplanes & infrastructure.
AVIATION 2000: EARLY AVIATION
Including Ehcatl & DaVinci
From Alberto Santos-Dumont to Zeppelin
IN THE PAST WEEK:
Introductions of the course
and one another.
We discussed the various
aspects of the aviation
Today: Early Aviation and
Airports: Pieces & Parts
The paved area by the gates is termed the
Taxiways connect the ramp areas with
Taxiways also connect runways at
airports with more than one.
Taxiway markings are yell
Aviation 2000, Class Four:
Pre-Wright Brothers Flight
In the last class:
During the last class we
Mythology of flight
The Montgolfier Brothers
first balloon flights.
Early flight in the USA
developments in France
Modern Airlines: Where We Are Now
The Jet Age:
The first Jet Age: DeHavilland
Comet and Boeing 707
The second Jet Age: Boeing 747
& Douglas DC-10/Lockheed
The Third Jet Age:
Airbus and Boeing emerge as strong competitors.
In the 1990s, both
Intro to the Airlines:
Regulation & Deregulation:
Prior to 1978, the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB)
controlled all economic aspects of the airline industry:
Who can fly where.
How often flights could fly.
How many seats could be offered
What fares could be
World War I
Guess What Day it
On Wednesday We Discussed:
First Flights in Europe
The Patent Wars
World War 1:
Airships, Dirigibles &
Regulations & Pilot
Federal Aviation Administration &
What is the FAA?
Government agency responsible for the
safe, efficient, and secure use of airspace in
Who is responsible for making
rules outside the United States?
Europe: Joint Aviation
Korea: Ministry of Land
Transport and Maritime
Australia: Civil Aviati
WORLD WAR II
We discussed the life and accomplishments of
We discussed several other records that were broken
during the Golden Age of aviation.
Introduced several international airlines and other
figures of the air
European firsts & airplane development
American developments in aviation-late
Aero clubs, air shows, and competitions
Developing an industry
In spite of the wrights
A Brief Introduction
WHAT IS GA?
All aviation that isnt airline or military.
Regulated in the US by the Federal Aviation
WHAT IS GA?
Many different iterations:
Pilot is not paid for time or expenses
BIRTH OF AVIATION AND AIRLINES:
AVN 2000, Class 8
Surplus of airplanes
and pilots left over from
Curtiss Jenny- less than
Introduction to Aviation
Branches of Aviation
Pillars of the Industry
2 branches of aviation:
Flight activities & facilities
Aviation 2000: Four Forces of Flight
Four Forces of Flight
The Airplane & General Aviation Introduction
The Four Forces of
Before we begin.
a brief demonstration.
Four Forces of Flight:
Cold War: 1945-1960
In the past class:
We discussed the rise in civil aviation after World War II
We also discussed airline development through the 1960s.
We will cove
GOLDEN AGE OF AVIATION: 1927-1939
AVN 2000 Class 9
THIS PAST WEEK:
We discussed the birth of
the airlines, including:
The Kelly Act
The Air Commerce Act
The Spoils Conference
Lindbergh the Celebrity
THE WRIGHT BROTHERS 1896-1914
The Wright Brothers: Early Life
Born in Dayton, OH.
Early interest in bicycles led to
opening a sales and repair shop.
Lilienthals death in 1896 sparked
Wilburs interest in aviation.
Self-taught aviation design and
The Space Race
1 9 5 0 s - 1 9 9 0 s
The Space Race:
The Race to Space:
After World War II, the Soviets and United States made a
concerted effort at research and development in spaceflight.
If you can control space, you
AVIATION 2000: INTRODUCTION TO AVIATION
INTRODUCTION TO AIRPORTS
The airport runway is the most important main
street in any town.
F O R M E R O H I O A V I AT I O N D I R E C T O R
A facility for the landing, takeoff, shelter, supply,