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Operating to Shuttle destinations since February and to continental Europe from April, the Boeing 757 aircraft of British Airways will use just over half the amount of fuel per passenger compared with that consumed by older types. Equipped in a 189seat configuration, the new aircraft will be...
A McDonnell Douglas AV8B Harrier II recently made a vertical landing automatically, controlled only by its autopilot.
Aircraft maintenance is now claimed to be a crisisproof billion dollar business. More than 10,000 public transport aircraft are currently operated in the world by some 600 scheduled and charter airlines and Boeing estimates that in the next ten years an additional 6,000 planes, valued at more...
Air Algrie has put its second MEROdesigned overhaul dock into operation. The new unit is primarily for B727 maintenance, and the similar earlier unit was for B737200 maintenance and overhaul. Both docks, built on the same principle, are further developments of maintenance and overhaul equipment...
How to maintain highest standards of quality assurance in manufacture of the Fokker F27 turboprop and F28 twinjet aircraft was the theme of a seminar organised by Fokker in Amsterdam.
Heathrow Airport, London, is the world's largest international airport, handling over 27 million passengers each year and cargo valued in excess of 16,144.5 million. Aircraft movements presently total 250,000 per year, of which 60 are operated by British Airways.
Flight tests with the Boeing 747300 are proving that the new extended upper deck jetliner matches or betters performance shown in the original specifications. With more than 150 hours flown by the initial airplane in the series a combi model for Swissairtests show that the most efficient high...
On February 7 at Hatfield, Mr. John Dent, the British Civil Aviation Authority Chairman, handed over to Mr. Michael Goldsmith, British Aerospace HatfieldChester Divisional Managing Director, a British Civil Aviation Authority Type Certificate of Airworthiness for the BAe 146.
The delivery to Iran Air on 31st January marked the completion of the airline's six aircraft order. After operating two A300s from March 1978 to January 1979 under a lease agreement, Iran Air took delivery of its first A300 in March 1980.
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