April 19, 1971

Air Transport

Rulings Add Incentive for Capacity Cuts

Avionics

New Test Equipment Saves Time

Air Transport

Sas Inaugurates Transsiberian Service

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Air Transport

Rulings Add Incentive for Capacity Cuts

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Avionics

New Test Equipment Saves Time

United Air Lines expects digitally-controlled Collins Radio system to allow one-day shop turnarounds and offer other advantages

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Air Transport

Sas Inaugurates Transsiberian Service

Tokyo-Scandinavian Airways System’s new service here over the long-sought transsiberian route puts Copenhagen 4.5 hr. closer to the Japanese capital and is expected to draw major passenger traffic from the carrier’s 7,840-mi. polar route via Anchorage.

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Business Flying

Falcon 20t Aimed at New Market

Version of Dassault twin-turbofan transport for commuter lines will carry up to 26 passengers or 8-15 in executive configuration

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Management

Canadian Aerospace Industry Ailing

Dependence on exports and subcontracts from U.S. industry results in severe impact from current recession in states

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Editorial

Escalation in Africa

The Soviet Union has taken another giant stride in establishing military control over North Africa as preparation for exerting political control over the oil sources of Europe. The latest Soviet drive in Africa has moved in two directions: First, to establish air superiority over its main Egyptian base complex and the Israeli battle lines that threaten it.

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Management

$3-bihion Cut Expected in Defense Requests

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Special Report On the Mideast

Soviets Spur Arms Flow to Egypt

Deployment of Foxbats, Ganef SAMs and new communications to Mideast seen effort to gain air superiority over Israel

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Air Transport

Trunk Loads Plummet for March

No signs appear that decline will be arrested in next few months by either reductions in capacity or increases in passengers

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Aeronautical Engineering

Maximum Design Leeway Marks Ax Effort

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