November 20, 1972

Aeronautical Engineering

Dod, Airlines Face Energy Crisis

Management

Economics Seen Tempering Technology

Air Transport

Alpa Chief Hits Fbi Actions

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Aeronautical Engineering

Dod, Airlines Face Energy Crisis

Growing demand could force U. S. to import more than 50% of its fuel needs in the 1980s; DOD feels economic crunch

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Management

Economics Seen Tempering Technology

New United Aircraft chief believes industry must give more attention to trade-offs between economics and performance

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Air Transport

Alpa Chief Hits Fbi Actions

O’Donnell charges agency transcended pilot’s authority, almost caused tragedy, violated interdepartmental hijacking agreement
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Space Technology

Joint Mission Details Refined

Changes in Apollo Soyuz Test Project system and flight plan agreed upon by U. S., Soviets; preliminary review completed

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Bart System Revisions Weighed

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Environment Effect Key to Miami Airport

Miami—Heavy emphasis on minimizing environmental impact is evident in the selection of the site for a new South Florida Regional Airport and in the design for the airport planned for that location. The new site and one training runway would be exchanged by the federal government with the Dade County Port Authority for the authority’s present development site under terms of the Everglades Jetport Pact of January, 1970.
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Management

Cost, Noise Level Now Dominate Design

Speed has decreased in importance while economics and quietness have become paramount in the design of jet transports to fill a worldwide market demand for $49-billion worth of equipment between now and 1980, a top Boeing Co. executive said recently.

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Personal business

The Annual Audit: A Way to Sharpen Dollar Decisions

Many people with business or professional Incomes pushing $25,000 to $50,000, or more, manage their money hit-or-miss. "The trouble is, they do it piecemeal," says a New York lawyerCPA whose clients range from young men in advertising to older men in shipping, airlines and oil.
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Aeronautical Engineering

Competitors Picked for Advanced Stol

Washington—Boeing Co. and McDonnell Douglas Corp. will compete in the flyoff prototype competition for the Air Force’s turbine-powered advanced medium short takeoff and landing transport (AMST). USAF has awarded Boeing a $95.2-million contract and McDonnell Douglas one for $85.9 million.
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Air Transport

Cab to Press Action on Ticket Violations

Washington—Civil Aeronautics Board is pressing its investigation of rebates and other illegal ticketing practices in the North Atlantic market and plans formal enforcement action against carriers whose tickets are found to be in violation of tariff provisions.

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