March 5, 1973

Aeronautical Engineering

Airbus Test Tempo Quickening

Avionics

Multiplex System to Be Tested on B-1

Aeronautical Engineering

Usaf Unveils War Game Study to Blunt A-10 Contract Attacks

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Aeronautical Engineering

Airbus Test Tempo Quickening

First A-300B averaging about 50 hr./month test flight time; second aircraft logs 16 hrs. in first 15 days of test

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Avionics

Multiplex System to Be Tested on B-1

Technique devised by Radiation Div. of Harris-Intertype stresses flexibility to accommodate aircraft modifications

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Aeronautical Engineering

Usaf Unveils War Game Study to Blunt A-10 Contract Attacks

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Aeronautical Engineering

North Viet Bombing Held Critical

Joint chiefs’ chairman details damage for House committee, claims it significantly curbed ability to wage war in south

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Business Flying

Helicopter Urged as Urban ‘taxi’

Hughes Helicopters proposes new 10-passenger aircraft that would compete with ground transportation in 25-city network

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Air Transport

Travel Normalizes After Sinai Incident

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Air Transport

Atlantic Fare Conflict Intensifies

CAB suspends tariff proposals of four non-U. S. carriers, talks with British collapse in air of mutual inflexibility

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Aviation Week Pilot Report

Mls May Extend Commuter Schedules

Microwave landing system could open areas with obstruction, noise restraints to scheduled service, aid general aviation

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Space Technology

Rocks Affirm Lunar Highland Complexity

Results of detailed studies of Apollo 16 rock and soil samples that will be included in reports this week at the Fourth Lunar Science Conference in Houston will enhance the growing reputation of the one highlands site that was visited by astronauts as being both complex and enigmatic.

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Editorial

A Viable Aerospace Industry

. . . How can the [aerospace] industry continue to be vital and strong? I see some fruitful possibilities. One, I believe, is dictated by good business sense and is not inconsistent with antitrust doctrine broadly applied. I refer to the need and perhaps the inevitability of combinations and mergers within the industry.
February 261973 March 121973