October 5, 1970

Aeronautical Engineering

Czech Industry Turns Eastward

Avionics

Army Tests Nocturnal Hueycobra

Business Flying

Earth Resources Field Explored

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Aeronautical Engineering

Czech Industry Turns Eastward

Aircraft factories re-emphasize Soviet bloc as market after invasion of 1968; campaign for sales in West loses momentum

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Avionics

Army Tests Nocturnal Hueycobra

High-resolution moving-target radar, forward-looking infrared used to enhance Bell vehicle’s capabilities for night attack

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Business Flying

Earth Resources Field Explored

Remote Sensing, Inc., has advanced airborne equipment to perform variety of missions in government-dominated field

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Air Transport

New Limited Fare Filings Expected

Airlines seen rebounding from CAB rejection of latest bids with tariff proposals they believe Board will find acceptable

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North Atlantic Air Passenger, Load Factors—first Six Months of 1970

(In Scheduled Service) Pan American Trans World U.S. Flag Total BOAC Lufthansa Air France Air Canada Alitalia KLM SAS SwissAir Irish Int'l Total No. of Passengers Percent Participation 1st. Class Passengers Economy Passengers Percent Economy
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Space Technology

Europeans Back Space Cooperation

Venice—European industry, government and international space organization officials expressed strong interest in accepting the U.S. offer to permit them to participate in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s post-Apollo space station/shuttle program, primarily as a means of keeping abreast of the state of aerospace technology.

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Management

Conferees Agree on Limited Abm Scope

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Space Technology

New Titan 3c Guidance System Could Reduce Program Costs

Los Angeles-Air Force will choose a new inertial guidance system for the Titan 3C space launch vehicle shortly, in a move likely to reduce costs of the program. Since the new system is planned as a low-risk effort, it will rely essentially on off-the-shelf hardware, or equipment in advanced stages of development.

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Air Transport

Ocean Airport Proposed for California

Los Angeles-Plans for a 10,000-acre airport and industrial complex to be located on a man-made island 3-5 mi. from the Long Beach-San Pedro harbor are being opposed by the Los Angeles City Dept, of Airports, which is in the preliminary stages of developing the proposed Palmdale International Airport.

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Business Flying

Aircraft Help Battle Fires in California

Los AngelesߞAircraft played a major role in the containment last week of more than 56 separate fires that devastated large areas in southern and central California. Fueled by dry brush and timber, the fires swept over thousands of acres before they were finally brought under control.
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