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August 8, 1949

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Fokker Has Broad Production Program

EDITORIAL

Safety Regulations: Scheduled Vs. Nonscheduled

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Navy’s New Aeroballistic Range

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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Fokker Has Broad Production Program

Includes jet and pistonpowered fighters and training craft.

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EDITORIAL

Safety Regulations: Scheduled Vs. Nonscheduled

Route and Airport Requirements ATA Comment: The certificated airlines must make careful surveys of a new route before operating it; the irregular and contract operators do not. Each airport a certificated carrier uses must be individually examined and approved by CAA inspectors.
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AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING

Navy’s New Aeroballistic Range

Pressurized, 300-ft. tube used for missile study under wide variety of conditions Cameras record action.

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PRODUCTION

Diversity Pays at Air Associates

Teterboro distributor for 2500 different items also manufactures, exports, and engineers aviation products.

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FINANCIAL

Airline Earnings Improve Credit

Securities yield of American, United and Northwest shows how traffic upsurge aids market standing.

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PRODUCTION

Latest Air Force Bid Awards

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British Jet Transport Makes First Flight

Comet gives Britain wide edge over rest of the world in jet transport design.

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News Sidelights

CAA plans a detailed survey on airport runway strength, as a result of differences of opinion between runway engineers about pavement requirements for various loads. Current CAA runway strength standards have been under fire and characterized by some engineers as “over-strength beyond reasonable requirements for economy and safety.”
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New Aviation Products

Improved propeller synchronizer designed to meet requirements of latest military and commercial multi-engine aircraft, is announced by CurtissWright Corp., Caldwell, N. J. While retaining operational features of previous Curtiss rpm-synchronizers, new design facilitates installation and servicing by enclosing mechanism in standard radio-rack type metal case supported by new shockproof mount.
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AIR TRANSPORT

Central Plans Cessna 195 Service

One-engine feederline costs estimated at 31 cents per plane-mile. See 75 percent loads on tri-state route.

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