Are Helicopters Air Conditioned?
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Are Helicopters Air Conditioned?

Many think only VIP helicopters or a few military helicopters have air conditioning units. This attitude stems from the belief that air conditioners are a luxury item. But that is not the case. The recent legislative push for air conditioners to be installed in Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) is evident that air conditioning is…

What Are The Differences Between A Helicopter And an Airplane?
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What Are The Differences Between A Helicopter And an Airplane?

That a helicopter and an airplane both fly in the air does not rule out the question, what are the differences between a helicopter and an airplane? Yes! They both fly in the air. They covey you and goods in different amounts to destinations you want them to. And they are both flown by a…

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…

How High Can A Helicopter Fly?
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How High Can A Helicopter Fly?

Helicopters are powerful machines that have been in use since 1919. They’ve mostly become an important part of emergency services and armed forces around the world, with some governments even using military helicopters for domestic security purposes! Helicopters equipped with turbine engines can reach heights of up to 25,000 feet when in forward flight. However, helicopters…

Are Helicopters Harder to Fly than Airplanes?
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Are Helicopters Harder to Fly than Airplanes?

Have you ever wondered if helicopter and airplane pilots can fly both aircraft? I always wondered if they could! Keep reading to know more! Yes, helicopters are generally more complicated to fly than airplanes, although you cannot fly them the same way. The helicopter has rotor blades that spin extremely fast to arm the lift…