new airliner

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  • You'll get the contract to design the new airliners. Cited from The Black Star Passes, by John W Campbell
  • The new airliners could carry substantially greater payloads than the flying boats, allowing for both more passengers and greater fuel loads providing longer range.
  • While they were looking for a twin-engined plane, the aircraft manufacturers needed more than one customer to justify developing a new airliner.
  • Lockheed later dropped the name "Excalibur" as the new airliner had little to do with its predecessor.
  • In 1936, Air Afrique needed a new airliner for its African services.
  • Unlike the Yak-40, the new airliner would have swept wings.
  • Soon afterwards, the new airliner was dubbed Excalibur.
  • The result was that on the whole the larger new airliners were now able to absorb the costs of at least Category 2 autoland systems into their basic configuration.
  • Aeroflot wanted to replace these elderly airliners with a turbine-powered aircraft, with the Yakovlev design bureau being assigned to design the new airliner.
  • Boeing was in heavy competition with Airbus Industrie for a series of new airliners for Air Canada, at that time a Canadian Crown corporation.
  • Amongst the resolutions passed at the meeting were that "keep to the right" was to become the universal rule of the air, new airliners should provide a clear view ahead for the pilot, and that all airliners should be equipped with radio.
  • Not only must they purchase (or lease) new airliner bodies and engines regularly, they must make major long-term fleet decisions with the goal of meeting the demands of their markets while producing a fleet that is relatively economical to operate and maintain.
  • Airbus confirmed that it will further develop a full bleed air system on new airliner's turbofan engines, rather than the partial bleed configuration used on the Boeing 787.
  • The new airliners such as the Airbus A380 and Boeing 787 will have lower maximum cabin altitudes which help in passenger fatigue reduction during flights.
  • Shute's fictional account of a new airliner design being subject to mechanical failure due to metal fatigue after a certain number of flight cycles presaged the failures of the de Havilland Comet airliner just six years later.
  • In 1965, Joe Sutter was transferred from Boeing's 737 development team to manage the design studies for a new airliner, already assigned the model number 747.
  • The design request was filled by the Tupolev OKB, which based their new airliner on its Tu-16 'Badger' strategic bomber.
  • His current project, overseen by Dr. Dennis Scott, is to investigate possible failure in the high aspect ratio tailplane of a new airliner, the fictional Rutland Reindeer.
  • As Lawson's the financial situation worsened, Lawson decided to fly his new airliner from a space near the factory, rather than make a costly ground transport move to Hamilton Field (now Gen. Mitchell Field).
  • The Boeing NLA, or New Large Airplane, was a 1990s concept for an all-new airliner in the 500+ seat market, with 4 engines.
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