The Boom Overture is a proposed supersonic transport that is under the development of the United States startup company Boom Technology. The aircraft is designed with a delta wing configuration, and composite materials are used for its construction. As a supersonic transport aircraft, the Overture is to have the capability of reaching Mach 2.2 speeds, or 2,300 kilometers per hour. This is to be made possible by its engine configuration, which would include three medium bypass turbofans without afterburners. Each of these engines would produce 15,000 to 20,000 pound-force, and with its fuel capacity, the Overture would be capable of travelling upwards of 4,500 nautical miles. 


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If you are interested in the world of aviation, whether for private or commercial purposes, you may have come across details regarding both fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft. These two types of aircraft are very different in their design and operation, and understanding their differences can help one decide which type is the best fit for their needs and operations. In this blog, we will discuss the difference between fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft to aid in your decision.


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The Cessna 206 is a light aircraft that belongs to the Stationair family of general aviation aircraft. The Stationair family was introduced by Cessna in 1962, and it came about as a development from the Cessna 210 model. Produced from the years of 1962-1986 and 1998-present, over 8,500 units were built, many of which are still in active service under various civil, government, and military operators. The Cessna 206 served as the second addition to the Stationair family, first being introduced in 1964 and later beginning production in 1986. Reintroduced in 1998, the Cessna 206 still remains in production with more than 6,500 units being built as of 2004.


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The Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is currently priced at 243.6 billion US dollars. Manufactured by the United States based aviation company Boeing company, the Boeing 787 9 was produced in 2010 and has been on and off the market since then. The Boeing 787-9 is primarily used as a jumbo passenger jet to carry over 100 passengers to their destination. 


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Priced at an average of 270 million US dollars, the Boeing 777 VIP is a heavy business jet, meaning it is a business jet that is significantly larger than the average kind and thus needs to run on significantly more fuel. While it can carry more passengers than the average business jet, the fuel economy is not as conservative. The Boeing 777 VIP was manufactured and released by the United States based Boeing company and has sold for as much as $ 300 million US dollars and as low as $260 million US dollars. 


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A helicopter, much like any commercial aircraft, is a complex structure made up of thousands of different parts, many of which you can find on our inventory list here at ASAP Aerospace. Here we will go over a brief outline of the significant helicopter parts that can ensure its flights. These are the parts that almost always are taken in for routine maintenance so as to ensure a safe operation. For more information on helicopter parts, read on below. 


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A pressure transducer is a device that converts pressure into an electrical output signal such as voltage, current, or frequency. They are commonly used for gauge pressure measurements, in applications ranging from leak detection to air quality monitoring. They are used in a variety of industries such as HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning), robotics, power plants, transportation, off-highway vehicles, and natural gas equipment.


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Gaskets are a type of mechanical seal that provides a mating surface and removes space between two or more components in order to prevent leakage. They can be made from a variety of materials including sheet metal or other materials that are designed to allow for deformation and can also be engineered and designed into any number of shapes and sizes to suit a given application. Designs of gaskets include sheet, solid material, spiral, constant-seating, and more.


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Private jet charter refers to the renting of an entire aircraft rather than purchasing a seat on a commercial airline. While it is typically associated with upper-class luxury, there is another benefit some might not think of safety. While the aviation industry as a whole is exceedingly safe, there are certain factors that make private charter flight that much safer. This blog will list each reason and provide insight into their benefits.


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Aircraft hangers are an important facet of any airstip or airport. They may range from a simple structure to protect aircraft from the outside weather and temperatures to one that houses advanced workshops for parts installation and aircraft maintenance. No matter the type, aircraft hangers have been a part of the aviation industry since the first aircraft, and they serve to protect and house aircraft as well as the tools to maintain them. Hangers can also be a very lively place as technicians and crews work to maintain and service housed aircraft. Ensuring that proper safety is upheld in hangers can guarantee protection of personnel, aircraft, and various aircraft hanger parts.


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