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Disclaimer:

The information herein has been reviewed, but may still contain errors.

It shall be used with caution and treated as advisory information only.

Always refer to the official documents applicable to your aircraft and operating environment.

The author cannot be held liable for any of the content.

The website

This website has been created with the intention to share the passion for aerospace engineering and aircraft flying. It merges engineering analysis with broader operational aspects.

The use of tedious mathematical derivations is generally avoided to make reading more comfortable.

Essential equations are added to the mix if required to enhance understanding.

Often it is not the equation itself that should be remembered, but the message it holds.

The author

Andreas started his career obtaining a Federal Diploma as an Electronic technician in the field of military air-defence RADAR systems. 

He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, issued by Bern University of Applied Sciences. Additionally, Andreas has been awarded  the degree Master of Science in Aerospace Vehicle Design, specializing in avionic systems design by Cranfield University.

Andreas worked several years in aircraft design, as an EASA Part 21 Engineer.
Currently operating commercially on A320 for a large European carrier, Andreas also holds a flight instructor and aerobatic rating.
Andreas is an associate member of the Royal Aeronautical Society.