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December 16, 1968

Aeronautical Engineering

Subsystems Carried Over to 2707-300

Air Transport

Cab Faces Snarled Fare Filings

Air Transport

Twa Trains Pilots in Modified Jetstars

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Aeronautical Engineering

Subsystems Carried Over to 2707-300

About 75% of technology salvaged in configuration changeover to fixed-wing design; major changes made in wing construction

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Air Transport

Cab Faces Snarled Fare Filings

Multiple proposals to ease sliding returns may force Board to some sort of action as initial effective date approaches

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Air Transport

Twa Trains Pilots in Modified Jetstars

Aircraft reconfigured to simulate Boeing 707s, 727s expected to cut training costs, time lost by transports from regular runs

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Space Technology

Nasa Space Plans for 1970s Evolving

Science and applications objectives detailed in working paper largely follow National Academy of Sciences recommendations

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Avionics

Usaf Seeking Improved Anti-radar Gear

Advanced Wild Weasel system, linked to Standard ARM missile, seen supplanting interim measures utilized over North Vietnam

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Avionics

Navy Testing Carrier-based Asw Aircraft Avionics

Johnsville, Pa.—First flight tests to evaluate the effectiveness of an integrated avionics system for a carrier-based anti-submarine warfare (VS) aircraft are starting at the Naval Air Test Center at Patuxent River, Md. The VS-type avionics system is a direct outgrowth of the Project A-New system developed here at the Naval Air Development Center for the Lockheed P-3C Orion (AW&ST Mar. 1, 1965, p. 36; Mar. 27, 1967, p. 72).

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Space Technology

Heos Demonstrates Versatility While Emphasizing Booster Lag

Cape Kennedy—Successful launch of the first satellite developed by the European Space Research Organization (ESRO) for studying interplanetary physics beyond the earth’s shockwave underscores the dilemma in attempting to develop European booster vehicles to support a viable space research program.

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Aeronautical Engineering

Sst Redesign Permits Titanium Gains

Boeing takes more conservative tack in all aspects, including structure and materials; experience with 747 component helps

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Business Flying

Yugoslavia Plans Agplane Service Abroad

Belgrade—Yugoslav Airlines (JAT) aerial work division, one of the largest agricultural fleet operators in Eastern Europe, is seeking to expand its market beyond Yugoslavia through agricultural aviation programs sponsored by the United Nations and other international organizations in North Africa, the Middle East and India.

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Air Transport

Rb.211-powered, 252-seat Airbus Urged

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