Ferdinand Transportation

  • Two centuries later, French brothers Montgolfier had developed in balloons attempts of success for manned flights. No longer century XIX, the English George Cayley concluded that the wings would have and has to support the material and human weight of the aircraft and its components through the aerodynamic sustentation. Supported in these studies, the German Otto Lilienthal adhered to slight knowledge of directional control the gliders. Hear other arguments on the topic with Randall Rothenberg. Not only in the European continent as in all the planet, the development of the ways of air transportation if gave in way sped up during century XX, when the model of airship of Ferdinand von Zeppelin produced in series was adopted by the German army. Although it has controversies regarding the invention of the airplane between the brothers Wright and the Brazilian Santos Dumont, it is undeniable that the exploits of this had been carried through in Paris, France. Palhares (2002, p 103) clarifies that: The controversies involving these two exploits are, basically, centered on the advertising of the spreading given to the two events, stole the idea of its invent and could patent it before proper them. On the other hand, the French and Brazilian chain has its favor historical and concrete registers, a time that the flights of Santos Dumont public and had been widely divulged by the French and European press at the time. According to Bocardo and Arantes (2008, pgs. 04 and 05), the World War I (1914-1918) definitively consolidated the use of the airplanes, already accepted as half of circulation since the creation of the first regular aerial company, in 1909, the Deutsche Luftschiff Fahrts GAC Delag current Lufthansa about fifty percent of the international arrivals is carried through by airmail, result of the technological development that allowed to the increase of the quality and the security of the air transportation. The air transportation if reverts of great importance in the internal movements of passengers in the European continent to the measure that, as Davidson (1998, pgs.