24 December 2014. Singapore Airlines flight SQ615 flew from Osaka to Singapore experienced by turbulence inflight, about twelve passengers and two crew on board injured.

The flight SQ615 departed Osaka, Monday night at 11.30 pm and should be landed at Changi, Singapore at 5.17 am. The turbulence happened about one hour before landing, said Singapore Airlines spokesman.
Singapore Airlines A330-300 During Touch Down


Singapore Airlines A330-300 During Touch Down

Right after landing, injured passengers and crew were assessed by doctor and being taken to near clinic at Terminal 2, Changi International Airport. Medical personnel as well as airline staff were on standby action, responding critical situation as SQ615 arrived.

Most of injured passengers suffered head and neck damaged and several of them having cuts and abrasions on arms and legs.

After short treatment, thirteen injured people are allowed to get home. There is one patient is still need further examination in a hospital due to serious neck injury.

Singapore Airlines SQ615 bring Airbus A330-300 as a fleet, carried thirteen crew, two infants and other 268 passengers.

Singapore Airlines A330-300 Experienced Turbulence

24 November 2014. The world's largest passengers aircraft, Airbus A380-800 of Emirates Airlines has completed the 3C check.

The 3C check means comprehensive maintenance or overhaul. The A380's 3C check is the largest maintenance check on any other aircraft.

Emirates A380-800 on Sunset Scene

Emirates A380-800 on Sunset Scene

Emirates Airlines received the first A380-800, with registration EDA in June 2008. The A380-800 EDA had flown about 20 million kilometers in more than 3,000 takeoffs and landings. This distance is equal to 27 return trips to the moon.

Spokesperson of Emirates said that the overhaul has restored the A380-800 to near pristine condition. Two teams of highly specialized engineers stripped the whole interior into the bare metal hull as well as overhauled whole aircraft parts and reassembled parts. All of these overhaul maintenance took 55 days.

Our flight circumstances in sandy and high temperature environment make Emirates' maintenance effort need to be adjusted into highest level. We prefer replaced parts than cleaning or repairing the damaged parts.

Airbus A380-800 EDA carrying more than 1.2 millions passengers since 2008.

Currently Emirates Airlines has 55 of Airbus A380-800s and other 177 aircraft in various type. Emirates became one of the largest aircraft with more than 27 million passengers annually, most of them are in international routes.

A380-800 Overhaul, World's Largest Aircraft Maintenance Check

Air New Zealand Boeing 777-300ER

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Air New Zealand Boeing 777-300ER Hobbit Livery Aircraft Wallpaper 3888

Qatar Airways A350-900 XWB and A380-800 Bird Eye View
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Qatar Airways A350-900 XWB and A380-800 Bird Eye View Aircraft Wallpaper 3905

23 December 2014. Qatar Airways has received the first Airbus A350-900 XWB in official ceremony in Toulouse, France.

The Airbus A350-900 XWB is the latest generation of widebody aircraft. Finally, after seven years since Qatar Airways placed order during the Paris Air Show, the day of delivery has came.
Qatar Airways Airbus A350-900 XWB During Joy Flight


Qatar Airways Airbus A350-900 XWB During Joy Flight

Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways Group Boss says receiving the A350-900 XWB as launch customer is a very proud moment for the Gulf Airline, we will welcome this advanced widebody aircraft in our fleet.

Rolls-Royce the engine maker joins Airbus in order providing outstanding power plant to power the A350 XWB. Rolls-Royce Trent XWB is one of the most powerful engine ever built and will power the A350 XWB.

The Airbus A350-900 XWB facing direct competition on Boeing 787 Dreamliner in latest generation of widebody commercial aircraft.

Airbus A350-900 XWB redefines the new era of comfortable and efficiency in long-haul services term. Aerodynamics issues and light weight materials becoming highlight in A350's technology. All of these combined with silent yet efficient Rolls-Royce Trent-XWB Engine.

Until November 2014, Airbus records 778 orders for Airbus A350-900, larger -1000 Series and -800 smaller Series from tens of customers.

Qatar Receives First Airbus A350-900 XWB

Northrop-McDonnell Douglas YF-23 Rear View
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Northrop-McDonnell Douglas YF-23 Rear View Aircraft Wallpaper 3904