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CONCORDE is on the verge of completing the most vital phase of its flight trials, the results of which should present the governments concerned and the airlines holding options on the aircraft with firm evidence of its ability to cruise at twice the speed of sound with the payload and range...
THE Trident 3B is the fourth member of the Trident family and the third to enter service with B.E.A., who have ordered twentysix of the new aircraft. It is the high capacity member of the family.
This article has been withdrawn as it was published elsewhere and accidentally duplicated. The original article can be seen here: 10.1108/eb034491. When citing the article, please cite: (1969), “Structural Features”, Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 41 Iss: 4, pp. 10 - 13.
THE Spey Mk. 512 engines of 12,000 lb. thrust in the Trident 3B are the latest and most powerful of this family of RollsRoyce commercial turbofan engines which have been in service with Trident aircraft since 1964.
THE various systems on the Trident 3B are, as is to be expected, logical developments of those evolved for the Tridents 1, 1E and 2E.
LOCKHEEDdesigned nose undercarriage assemblies are fitted to both the Series 1 and 2 Trident aircraft and a new design of nose landing gear has been developed for the highcapacity Trident 3B.
AT the present time the B.E.A. Trident fleet is cleared to perform Automatic Landings at suitable airfields throughout the U.K. and Europe in weather conditions down to Category 2 defined limitations. This means that the captain must have visual contact with the runway from a height of at least...
IT is surprising to find, in the modern aircraft industry, a technical service that has developed in a short time from informal experiments with materials and techniques, carried out by a few individuals.
AIRLINE catering is a very individual business with wide variations between the operator's requirements based on their route network, long haul or short haul, scheduled or charter. Different airlines operating the same type of aircraft often have different interior layouts to suit their own...
A grant of 31,357 for three years has been awarded by the Science Research Council to the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research at the University of Southampton for research into the reduction of aircraft noise. The research is to be carried out by the Acoustics Croup in the Institute. The...
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