Every day I get to walk up to a place I never thought I’d go, to do something I never thought I’d actually end up doing. And every day I’m reminded of why I love what I’m doing, and how privileged I am to be where I’m at! To everyone who helped me get here, you’re not forgotten! #aim#aircraftmaintenance#aircraftmaintenancetechnician#fly#aircraft
Saat ini, sejauh ini, jiwa saya sedang melayang. Entah terbawa oleh gagahnya A380, imutnya Cessna Caravan, atau mungkin terhanyut dalam kebermanfaatan B737-800?
Ternyata, detik ini masih sekadar angan. Tak tahu detik berikutnya. Sang Pencipta selalu punya jalannya. Dan kita hanya bisa meminta pada-Nya.
Selamat datang di Bulan Februari. Semoga di bulan ini keinginan saya bisa terpenuhi. Aamiin.
I was studying on aviation history. But I realized when you read the book you see only words but flying is more than words. It's passion. It's vision. It's challenge of death. So let's turn our heads and see the brief history of aviation with George Cayley, Otto Lilienthal, Octave Chanute, Louis Bleriot and Hugo Junkers. The development is unbelievable!
Like we're at the university again. Last day we printed our aircraft mechanic study book pdfs. (Because there isn't any original or second hand here 🙁) and started studying to part 66 exams. So excited! Just a little problem we have, this books are like giant encyclopedias😅 It's going to be hell of year 😥
Should we buy some colored pens too like a primary school students? 🤔 Just kidding! We've had already got a lot of them! 😁 (H)
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Our CD-135 jet fuel piston engine for General Aviation generates a take-off power of 99 kW (135 hp). The CD-135 is a turbocharged, 4-cylinder in-line engine which has been EASA certified since August 2006 and FAA certified since October 2006. Its predecessor, the Centurion 1.7, has been certified by the European Aviation Authorities since May 2002 and by the FAA since October 2003. The weight of all CD-135 engines is identical to 1.7 engines, enabling a straight replacement.
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