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ROLLSROYCE has been working with Boeing since late 1973 on the development of a version of the Boeing 747 airliner with RB211 engines. It will be powered by the 50 000 lb thrust RB211524 engine. Productionstandard RB211524s are scheduled for delivery to Boeing in Spring 1976 to permit...
The 122 700 freight baggage loading system illustrated was supplied by APLAtel Products and comprises of 2 off Super Hylo 15 double platform cargoloaders shown centre left and right 1 off APL 750 baggage conveyor centre 15 off Type 168 turntable container dollies background 3 off Type 166 pallet...
CANADA brings to the 3rd International Airport Construction and Equipment Exhibition in Brussels, Belgium, September 15 to 18, 1975, a display of the capabilities, products and services that have built or are found in many of the world's major airports.
IN the early days of aviation aircraft were, by present standards, very small, and it was therefore not necessary to give much thought to the method of access to the aircraft. But after the Second World War the increasing size of passenger aircraft and their more sophisticated maintenance...
AIRPORTS are large and complicated establishments where efficient operation and security are mandatory requirements. These qualities can only be obtained by the careful study of all those electrical, electronic and mechanical systems that are supporting the operation of an airport.
IN the new terminal building of Stockholm's Arlanda Airport, now under construction, a fixed 400 Hz Ground Power System with a centralized power source will be installed to serve 20 aircraft simultaneously.
THE modern airport is confronted with the multiple problems of staffing, increasing costs, and continuous change. Staffing difficulties extend not only to finding suitable people and training them, but also to retaining them after this initial period. The surge in fuel costs has forced airlines...
POSSIBLY the greatest tribute ever paid to the highly successful de Havilland Heron was embodied in the decision by Saunders Aircraft Ltd of Manitoba, Canada to build an enlarged and improved version of the old de Havilland model. The New Model, the Saunders ST28, has already flown as a...
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