How Do Snow and Snow Affect Passenger Airlines?
Like most things on airplanes the fact that what is happening is actually
affecting very different from the public perception of what they think is happening.
The only connection people have with bad Affect weather and travel is usually their cars.
The idea is simple, if you are dangerous in an Affect car, then you h
ave to be even more dangerous on the plane.
But when we go Affect step by step we see that even in the first things
we do in bad weather, in driving or on airplanes these two conditions
affect are different from the world.
But first, we have to face the snow, just to move it off the
Affect runways or to clear it with snowflakes.
Ice is the most important
So Ice is the most important thing to deal with, because
it affects the shape of the wing, so we pay close attention to wiping the wings.
Consider getting out of your car Affect after a cold night.
The first thing most of us do is pick up the snow on the screen,
but the Affect temptation is to flood it just enough to see, and then let
the heater do everything else.
At any rate this is crazy because on a day when conditions are bad
we think it is OK to have a limited view of the screen.
After that affect we roar down the street using our ‘experience and good judgment to decide how fast we will go.
Does anyone know what the road is really like? Do you think that would be a safe way to use a plane?
Right from the start
Right from the start, I said we do it differently from flights. I
f the plane is park outside at night and there is snow, ice, or snow on it, by law, it should be remov.
Every important part of an airplane should be completely clean of any ‘dirt’ as we call it. But let’s not just take it off the ice. We remove it with a non-use liquid, which has a specified operating time.
Therefore, if it has been removed for some time and the aircraft is not in the air within 45 minutes it should be removed again.
The captain regularly inspects
The captain regularly inspects the plane to make sure it is fully lit in the snow or ice.
Before the flight, details of the type of liquid use, its temperature, and when it was launch are all officially record in the technical aircraft logbook.
Roads should also reach a minimum evacuation level. The shape of the face is then measur and broadcast to the aircraft at the local information station. When removed a special vehicle check the performance of the brakes on it.
Pilots who fly one of the most successful aircraft ever built have a preflight inspection checklist consisting of more than one item.
If there is a defect in the runway, departure is not allow if it exceeds a certain depth. No such rules apply to motorists; we are allow to do whatever we want without knowledge, no guidance, and worst of all no training.
Let’s review what we’ve done so far. We have stopped the flight with approved ‘liquid’ processes.
We have set the aircraft weight limit according to the circumstances, and we have made sure that the flight path is safe enough to use.
That is why planes do not divert from the runways to taxi ranks or to buildings!