civil airliner

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  • In the following months, military aircraft of several countries competed for space with the civil airliners still operating.
  • Douglas had every intention to adapt the aircraft into a civil airliner once the war ended.
  • Initially planned as a civil airliner, it was soon converted to the bomber/transport role.
  • After World War II the Constellation came into its own as a fast civil airliner.
  • Boeing was experienced at selling to the military but had not enjoyed the same success with civil airliners.
  • All modern civil airliners use forms of supercritical aerofoil and have substantial supersonic flow over the wing upper surface.
  • The final Avro RJ to be completed became the last British civil airliner.
  • It was the first time in history that civil airliners filled with fuel were used as a weapon against civilian targets of such magnitude.
  • Concorde was the first civil airliner to be equipped with an analogue fly-by-wire flight control system.
  • The civil airliner manufacturer Airbus is the biggest division in terms of sales and employees.
  • BAE Systems' sale of its Airbus share saw the end of UK owned involvement in civil airliner production.
  • Rolls-Royce decided that to succeed in the large engine market of the future, it would have to offer engines for every large civil airliner.
  • Post-war modifications by COMCO and other companies added crystal frequency control capability and were approved for use on civil airliners.
  • With the outbreak of the Second World War the squadron acquired more civil airliners which were impressed for wartime service.
  • The company proposed many uses for the aircraft including a civil airliner and freighter, military navigation trainer or utility freighter.
  • The base was initially used for refitting civil airliners for military service before they were ferried across the Atlantic to Europe and North Africa.
  • These scales are usually reserved for civil airliners.
  • The planned civil airliner was known as the VC7 (the seventh Vickers civil design).
  • The Valetta was a military transport development of the Viking civil airliner.
  • In 1970 HdH entered a new phase when it began to pursue subcontract work for civil airliner manufacturers.
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