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2016-08-15 Aeronautical Engineering - International airport design.:

There is no clear answer. It really depends on the space available and the foresight of the designers. I would say (generally) that most airports are designed to include terminal expansion up to 20yrs

2016-08-15 Aeronautical Engineering - International airport design.:

In the USA, the FAA and Customs keeps tract of the number of flights and their origin and destination. Airport terminal architects can reference this data and estimate the number of flights, along with

2016-08-08 Aeronautical Engineering - aircraft engineer to aeronautical engineer:

The quick answer is... your not likely to be given an opportunity to design aircraft.    Aircraft designers are usually chosen from long standing employees and work in teams. For example the wing design

2016-08-07 Aeronautical Engineering - aircraft engineer to aeronautical engineer:

Yes, further study is usually very desirable.  Often once a maintenance engineer finds an interesting aspect of the industry, or after being hired, further study is desirable.    Some areas that likely

2016-07-28 Aeronautical Engineering - Helicopter Headlights.:

Yes, it could be done.   For example some air ambulance helicopters have extra lighting to increase safety and assist medical crews loading patients. However, helicopters are even more weight conscience

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