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AS befitting the occasion of its international debut, Farnborough Air Show will be the most comprehensive yet staged. Over 400 companies will be represented and, as well as 15,000 trade guests, there is an expected audience of over a quarter of a million people on the public days. Some 70...
BRITISH AIRCRAFT CORPORATION has current major programmes in transport aircraft, military aircraft, guided weapons and space. It is this width of technology, and the extent of the facilities which support it, which make BAC one of the major aerospace companies of the world. Currently, BAC has a...
ALTHOUGH problems may vary from airline to airline regarding equipment, geographic location and routes served, most large operators have certain common features when it comes to attempting reliable forecasts of traffic or aircraft needed. On the North Atlantic, traffic is generally regarded as a...
Aeronautical & General Instruments Ltd, will exhibit their R 128 recording cameras, designed to photograph the information displayed on the cathode ray tube of an aircraft's reconnaissance radar.
ONE has only to look at the achievements of the past decade to realise the strength and the vast scope of the American aerospace industry. In the Western world it has no challengers, and in the space race Russia, after a head start, had to be content with sending a robot spacecraft to the moon....
Aero Systems of Miami, Florida, specialises in the sale of likenew, FAA overhauled certified aircraft rotable equipment at a fraction of the cost and lead time required by the factory. Aero Systems will be exhibiting for the first time in Britain and are seeking an agent for the UK and Europe.
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