A smart electronic database for anyone in need of quick and easy access to accurate aircraft specifications.
What is the wingspan of a Boeing B757-200 with retrofitted winglets? Such questions are posed daily by airport operational staff, planners, engineers and many other professionals in the aviation industry. Aircraft Data Viewer provides the answer to this question and more. With an aircraft library presenting key data and graphical illustrations for more than 500 aircraft models, industry professionals need not look any further.
Relevant information such as aircraft dimensions, steering characteristics, door locations and jet blast impact can be viewed with ease. The location of ground service connections can also be found together with the type and position of the various aircraft service vehicles.
Aircraft Data Viewer is a one-stop resource with detailed technical information on over 500 aircraft. Sort, rank, filter and compare aircraft specifications, then export the required output to PDF to present to operational staff or stakeholders.
As a resource, Aircraft Data Viewer appeals to not only those involved in the planning and design of airport facilities, but also operational staff on the ground. Operators can choose between a range of flexible licensing options, making it possible to easily share Aircraft Data Viewer within a department, between departments, or even between sites.
Aircraft Jet Blast
The Jet Blast view displays aircraft including the jet blast impact at three engine thrust settings; idle, break away and take-off. The contours are displayed for several wind speeds and numeric details are summarised.
Vehicle Service Arrangement
The Service Arrangement view shows aircraft with the service vehicles in position around it. The various vehicles such as the baggage train, catering truck, lavatory truck etc. are located near their respective service points and the doors for passenger, cargo and baggage handling.
Aircraft Service Points
The Service Points view shows aircraft with the ground service connections such as fuel, electricity, hydraulics, potable water and more. The exact positions and height above ground level are summarised, as well as the pilot’s eye position.
Aircraft Door Locations and Heights
The Doors view shows aircraft in side view with a clear indication of the passenger door locations. The exact positions measured from the nose of the aircraft and door sill heights are summarised in a table.
Aircraft Main Dimensions
The Main Dimensions view displays aircraft in top view, front view, and side view, including measurements. In a table, general information such as FAA/ICAO category is presented together with dimensions.
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