How to Become an Aircraft Engine Specialist?

Answer Aircraft engine specialists are responsible for performing repair and maintenance work on aircraft engines that can include both airplanes as well as helicopters. Work activities for an aircraft en... Read More »

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Engine & Aircraft Performance Engineering Schools?

Aeronautical engineering is the study of performance in flight as well as the design of aircraft. Aeronautical engineers must understand the principles of aerodynamics, propulsion, materials and st... Read More »

How to Clean a Varnished Model Aircraft Engine?

Varnish can build up over time on the inside and outside of a model airplane engine. This varnish creates a layer of film on the engine that traps heat, clogs valves, air filters and carburetors an... Read More »

How many bolts connect an aircraft engine to a wing?

Often only a few bolts are used to hold the engine to the wing on large passenger aircrafts. Boeing (777 for example) only uses one bolt. It is quite large though and made of titanium. A C-130 Herc... Read More »

How to Become an Aircraft Inspector?

Aircraft inspectors save thousands of lives every year because of the detailed work they do while inspecting airplanes. Inspectors are responsible for all aspects of the plane, not only before a fl... Read More »