July 19, 1971

Avionics

New Laser Attracts Broad Interest

Air Transport

Stewart Expansion Stirs Mixed Reaction

Missile Engineering

New Facility to Reduce R&d Costs

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Avionics

New Laser Attracts Broad Interest

Transverse excitation atmospheric pressure lasers permit high peak powers, operation at very high repetition rates

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Air Transport

Stewart Expansion Stirs Mixed Reaction

New York—Planned development of Stewart Airport as the fourth jetport for the New York metropolitan area has triggered mixed feelings from community leaders and the local population as well as the financially overburdened airlines. Despite political opposition, the New York state legislature, under the urging of Gov.

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Missile Engineering

New Facility to Reduce R&d Costs

Army's advanced simulation unit aimed at cutting number of missile flight tests by providing operational environment

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Air Transport

Supplementals Bracing for Iata Action

Impact of scheduled carriers’ youth fare, other special low fares cloud supplementals' 1972 prospects on North Atlantic

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Air Transport

Airlift International Pushes to Cut Losses

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Aeronautical Engineering

Titanium Castings Studied By Usaf

Technique investigated as alternative to forged titanium, high-strength steel aerospace components to reduce costs

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Aeronautical Engineering

Vought to Build Airport Transit System

Dallas—Vought Aeronautics Co.’s record in meeting demanding requirements of its aerospace customers played a key role in winning last week the hotly contested competition for a fully automated people and materials transit system (Airtrans) to be installed at the new Dallas/Ft. Worth Airport.

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Air Transport

Senate Unit Approves Loan Lockheed Still Facing Obstacles

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Air Transport

Chances Improve for Sst Airline Refund

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Space Technology

Delta Refined for Bigger Payloads

Improved launcher capable of carrying variety of payloads; NASA plans to adapt it to several international projects

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