Glimpse Into Aviation Industry, Using HCP!
An airline is a company that provides air transport services for traveling passengers and freight. Airlines lease or own their aircraft with which to supply these services and may form partnerships or alliances with other airlines for mutual benefit. Generally, airline companies are recognized with an air operating certificate or license issued by a governmental aviation body.
Airlines vary from those with a single aircraft carrying mail or cargo, through full-service international airlines operating hundreds of aircraft. Airline services can be categorized as being intercontinental, domestic, regional, or international, and may be operated as scheduled services or charters.
Whenever a commercial plane is involved in a fatal accident it always makes the headlines. However, these large-scale accidents are very rare, leading some people to believe that aviation accidents and fatalities don’t happen much anymore. Unfortunately, the reality is that hundreds of people die every year from aviation related accidents, even though most of these are not caused by large-scale airline disasters. Many of these fatal and non-fatal accidents don’t make national headlines, but they still happen on a regular basis.
Here, I am showing accidents statistics year over the year.
Any route from one airport to another is going through some air tracks; an airplane does not fly in a direct line, it moves from one spot to another. On larger distances, polyline-shaped route almost fits the direct line. The reason is simple: The shorter the distance, the less fuel is used. Many people think the plane flies in a curvy line. At least on Flight radar the route is depicted as a curve, as well as on the onboard displays. There is no secret here: Earth is a sphere, whereas maps and monitors are flat. The closer the route is to a pole, the more this route-depicting line is distorted.
Here, I am showing few Routes over map which includes the Longest Distance, Shortest Distance and Top 10 busiest Routes among world between two airports.
When most people think of aviation accidents they immediately think of airline crashes or similar disasters. But aviation accidents include a wide range of activity that can result in injury or death. People, either passengers or pilots, can be hurt or killed at almost any time during the different stages of flight operation. Here, I have shown the different phases.
Modern aircraft range from very simple balloons and gliders to extremely complicated transcontinental airliners. Successfully flying requires not only properly built aircraft, but also relies on many different people performing their jobs correctly. Because of the numerous people and components involved in flying there any number of mistakes or errors that can lead to an accident. Here, I have shown the different causes.
Most Common Accidents:
Here, I have shown the reasons for most common accident.
Most Common Accident Time Period of Accident:
Here, I have shown the most common accident time slot.
Here, I have compiled a list of the Top 10 airports worldwide across various categories. Following is the snapshot showing various categories and airport on Rank 6 in Top 10 Business Airports category:
Here, I am showing Top 10 airlines in the world across various categories. Following is the snapshot showing Top 10 safer airlines:
Here comes the compilation of aircrafts in various categories. Following is the snapshot of aircrafts in Top 10 commercial aircrafts category:
This is hierarchical representation of airline describing total accidents and fatalities in various countries over the years. Following is the snapshot of number of fatalities in aeroplane in the year 2013:
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For detailed information of the Glimpse, please go through the following video link:
Glimpse Into Global Aviation Industry – Kapil Jain – YouTube
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