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GE Examines Beauty in the Future of Flight

GE Examines Beauty in the Future of Flight
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Investigating what goes on behind the scenes to keep planes in the air, General Electric have re-imagined flight paths using new photography technology.

Claudia Cukrov
  • 30 november 2010

Investigating what goes on behind the scenes to keep aeroplanes in the air, General Electric have re-imagined flight paths using new photography technology.  The engine, flight path and aircraft systems wing of the multinational conglomerate corporation – GE Aviation are currently bringing in Required Navigation Performance (RNP) to airline carriers worldwide.

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The diagram above visualizes typical flight navigation approach paths against the ‘new Optimized RNP path’.

GE explains;

Optimized RNP uses on-board navigation that allows planes to follow a more precise track than methods that rely on ground-based beacons or radar. This means a significantly reduced fuel burn, shorter flights, and lowered noise from landing aircraft.

GE’s video below captures the incredible beauty and ‘intricate choreography’ of flying over one day;

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