Fastest Turboprop (5 Single Engine Examples)
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Fastest Turboprop (5 Single Engine Examples)

This is the story of the fastest turboprop aircraft. It’s a tale of speed, power and performance. But it’s also a story of efficiency, economy and environmental friendliness. The fastest turboprop is the Pilatus PC-21 is the fastest single engine turboprop aircraft with a maximum speed of 370 knots or 426 mph. In this article…

Can a Fighter Jet Survive a Missile Hit?
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Can a Fighter Jet Survive a Missile Hit?

Nowadays, the battlefields have become a lot more complicated than they used previously. Modern technology for missiles could easily change the game in battle if employed with care. To easily answer the question: a fighter jet can still fly after getting hit by a missile. It obviously is relative to the kind of aircraft and type…

Can Airplanes Hover And Stand Still in Mid Air?
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Can Airplanes Hover And Stand Still in Mid Air?

In real life, there are no flying cars. Most airplanes aren’t able to fly at high speeds like those depicted in science fiction films. However, they do sometimes take off vertically before gliding forward along the runway. While many aircraft do fly at low altitudes, hovering has never really caught on in aviation history. Hovering…

Admiral Kuznetsov Russian Aircraft Carrier
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Admiral Kuznetsov Russian Aircraft Carrier

Launched in 1985 but fully operational 10 years later, the Admiral Kuznetsov is the only aircraft carrier in the Russian Navy. Under the name Project 1143.5 or Orel Class, the Kuznetsov was constructed at Nikolayev South Shipyard on the Black Sea in the Ukraine. Construction began September 1st 1982 and the ship was laid down…