October 15, 1973

Safety

O'hare Mishap Spurs Security Measures

Special Report: Mideast War

Mideast War Disrupts Airline Services

Management

Sparse Participation Marks Japan Show

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Safety

O'hare Mishap Spurs Security Measures

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Special Report: Mideast War

Mideast War Disrupts Airline Services

El Al Israel Airlines shuffled its operations last week to handle heavy loads of returning Israelis responding to the renewed Middle East fighting that also caused a suspension of airline service to Egypt and Syria. El Al announced that, beginning with scheduled flights for Oct. 11, it was suspending passenger operations with its aircraft across the North Atlantic to the U. S. and Canada.
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Management

Sparse Participation Marks Japan Show

Tokyo—Combination of internal problems, timing and poor weather hampered the fourth Japan International Aerospace Show and prevented it from being more than a small step towards Japan’s goal of establishing the exhibition as a major event on the worldwide aerospace calendar.

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Management

Aerospace Industry Development Pushed By Brazilians

Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil—Brazilian government is pushing on a top-priority basis the development of a viable aerospace industry based on domestic designs and future international cooperative development programs that will provide this country with an infusion of advanced technology and consequent national pride.

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Special Report: Mideast War

Soviet Aid Sparks Arab Gains

New missiles blunt Israeli air, armored strikes; airlift helping make good losses while satellites reconnoiter battle areas
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Avionics

Faa to Evaluate New Air Route Radar

Baltimore—Prototype of a powerful new-generation ARSR-3 air route surveillance radar, designed for much improved reliability and performance over existing radars, is scheduled for delivery next summer by Westinghouse Electric for Federal Aviation Administration evaluation.

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Aeronautical Engineering

Evaluation of New Vessel to Stress Aircraft Applications

Washington—Navy’s semi-submerged platform, a 190-ton research vessel, will sail in mid-November along the East Coast to determine its potential for a variety of missions including use as an aircraft carrier. The platform, a small waterplane area twin hull ship, is a design featuring two torpedo-like parallel hulls submerged to a depth of 13 ft.

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Air Transport

Industry Seeking Slump Solutions

Lagging traffic growth forcing carriers to reassessment of marketing, operations to meet changing user attitudes

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Larger Congress Role Expected in Weapons Procurement Shifts

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Air Transport

Western Plans No Hawaii Service Cuts

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