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  • 1. Science,freedom,beuty,adventure-aviation offers it all. Charles Linderbergh 27.05.2009
  • 2. •A v i a t i o n i n A r t •M i g h t y J U M B O
  • 3. •Commercial •Transport •Personal Jets •Collectors •Sport •Military •Special •Space programs
  • 4. T h e re a r e f i v e m a j o r m a n u f a c t u r e rs of civil aircraft:
  • 5. Aka Boeing 747-400 How much do you know about the Boeing 747- 400? Click here to see more 
  • 6. Airbus 380
  • 7. «P.G.» Pregnant Guppy
  • 8. Cockpit instruments Do you know why the pilot's area in a plane is called the cockpit?  The first known reference to the term quot;cockpitquot; comes from the rather barbaric sport of cockfighting and refers to the pit in which the fights occurred.  In particular, the word cockpit was used to describe the pit around the stage in a theater containing the lowest level of seats, as illustrated by this passage from William Shakespeare's quot;Henry V.quot; Can this Cock-Pit hold The vastie fields of France? Or may we cramme Within this Wooden O, the very Caskes That did affright the Ayre at Agincourt? However, the more direct linkage to your question comes from the use of the term cockpit to refer to a compartment below decks on a British naval vessel beginning around 1700.
  • 9. Cockpit of «Latécoère 631» (1942)