December 14, 1970

Special Report: Intercontinental Business Flying

Varied Navaids Ease Transatlantic Flights

Special Report: Intercontinental Business Flying

Planning Eases European Flight Initiation

Special Report: Intercontinental Business Flying

Needs Spur Transoceanic Flights

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Special Report: Intercontinental Business Flying

Varied Navaids Ease Transatlantic Flights

New York-U.S. business aircraft pilots who leave the familiar domestic environment of ubiquitous VOR/DME facilities and complementary navaids to head out across the North Atlantic may elect to use a variety of avionics aids ranging from simple direction finders to highly sophisticated systems.

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Special Report: Intercontinental Business Flying

Planning Eases European Flight Initiation

Geneva-American business aircraft operators planning inaugural flights in Europe will find that extra hours spent on homework and detailed planning before departure will save days of wasted time and innumerable frustrations after arrival.
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Special Report: Intercontinental Business Flying

Needs Spur Transoceanic Flights

Lack of sufficient airline service abroad and recent availability of suitable equipment expanding corporate operations overseas

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Special Report: Intercontinental Business Flying

Phone Unit Prints Computer Flight Plans

Palo Alto, Calif.-A pilot anywhere in the United States or Canada can place a telephone call directly to a computer here and in less than 5 min. obtain a flight plan that can be optimized for minimum fuel consumption or time to any of more than 2,600 airports around the world.

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Air Transport

Panel Votes Sst $210 Million

Work through December will expend $105 million; some interference with subcontractors may result
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Business Flying

Cessna Sees Sales Gain with New Models

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Air Transport

Iran Air Seeking East-west Gateway Role

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Air Transport

Airline Chiefs Affirm Support of Sst Prototype Program

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Editorial

Supersonic Shock Wave

A supersonic shock wave burst from the U.S. Senate chamber Dec. 3 that will long echo around the aerospace world. The Senate’s 52-41 rejection of the Fiscal 1971 appropriation for the supersonic transport prototype program was a vote against many things: It was a vote against President Richard M. Nixon, who has pushed the program.

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Air Transport

Australian Carriers Pick Advanced 727

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