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NOISE is noise and it is of precious little concern to those who live in the very disagreeable environment of an airport whether it is continuous or spasmodic, annoying or acutely distressing and it is certainly no comfort to be told the aggravation is less if you are working class rather than...
THE factors which affect tyrerunway adhesion are complex and interdependent. This article will discuss some of these factors keeping in mind the relative influence varies with the particular conditions.
WHILST much is heard of the new era in air transportation heralded by the widebodied or Jumbo jets and the supersonic transport, a quit revolution istaking place in the provision of ground facilities, especially in the world of air traffic control.
With the growth of London Heathrow and the town terminal some distance away, BEA decided to improve the system for internal document delivery. Hand delivery was found to be both too slow and expensive, and they decided that facsimile communications provided the best answer.
1 Passenger entry door 3 on each side, Type A 76in. 42in. Plug type and opened outward
The main electrical power is supplied by two threephase constant frequency a.c. generators mounted on the engines. A third identical generator is driven by the APU, and can supply power both in flight to replace a failed enginedriven generator and on the ground. Supply frequency is 400 cps and...
THE A300B employs fully powered flying controls, operated by hydraulic power, with no reversion to manual control. The hydraulic power supplies are triplexed to the banks of three jacks at each primary control surface. Jack sizes are chosen so that full control over the flight envelope is...
Air conditioning system air is available from one of the following sources
THE FUEL system is straightforward, requiring little management. It has been kept simple, and contains few controls, thus ensuring a high degree of reliability. It operates on all fuels and additives approved for the engines.
CF650A engines have been selected to power the European A300B aircraft scheduled for certification and airline delivery in 1974.
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