July 10, 1972

Editorial

Flight to Nostalgia

Special Report: International Aerospace Market

Growing Competition Faces U. S.

Air Transport

Air Canada Cancels Concorde Delivery Positions

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Editorial

Flight to Nostalgia

A few weeks ago we were privileged to participate in an historic flight that put an official end to the Boeing 367-80, the experimental prototype for a jet transport family that produced $20 billion in aircraft sales and generated a total of about $70 billion in airline business around the world.

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Special Report: International Aerospace Market

Growing Competition Faces U. S.

Declining technological leadership, strong aggressiveness abroad, congressional limits presage shrinking market share
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Air Transport

Air Canada Cancels Concorde Delivery Positions

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Export Series

This is the first in a series of articles on the international aerospace export market based on the reporting of an AVIATION WEEK & SPACE TECHNOLOGY task force including Executive Editor Cecil Brownlow, European Editor Edward H. Kolcum, Paris Bureau Chief Donald E. Fink and London Bureau Chief Herbert J. Coleman.
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Avionics

Seawolf Problems Believed Solvable

London—Technical problems in matching shipborne radar and tracking systems with British Aircraft Corp.’s Seawolf anti-missile missile system has resulted in slippage from the planned service date, but defense officials now consider there are no unsolvable problems with the system.
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FLIR Award

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Aeronautical Engineering

One Senate Unit Defends Armed Helicopters, Another Cuts Funds

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F-lll Flights Resumed

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Space Technology

Soviets May Drop Soyuz Cockpit Pressure for Joint Apollo Flight

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Spruce Goose Sale

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