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October 25, 1982

Safety

Ntsb Focuses on Deicing Procedures

Space Technology

Commercial Booster, Satellite Projects Expanding

Business Flying

Engine Makers Stress Research Effort

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Safety

Ntsb Focuses on Deicing Procedures

The evidence provided by a photograph taken between 10 to 15 min. after the completion of Flight 90’s deicing indicated that some new snow had already accumulated on the top and upper right side of the aircraft's fuselage. The wings and empennage were not clearly depicted on the photograph.
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Space Technology

Commercial Booster, Satellite Projects Expanding

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Business Flying

Engine Makers Stress Research Effort

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Avionics

Delco Makes Low-cost Gyro Prototype

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Missile Engineering

Senate Bill Clouds Coproduction Talks

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Air Transport

Training Strains Controller Morale

Some say that placing trainees in instructor slots is creating safety problems; system performing at 90% pre-strike level

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Management

Pace of Greek Fighter Competition Intensifies

Purchase of new fighters with resulting offset agreements stirs Air Force concern for adequate overseas maintenance

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Management

Pratt & Whitney Pricing Investigated By Air Force

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Air Transport

British Airways Reports Large Fiscal Year Deficit

London—British Airways lost $922 million in its last fiscal year, leaving it with a negative net worth of $435 million. The airline’s auditors, Ernst & Whinney of London, said the airline could only be considered a “going concern” because its $1.7 billion in debts were guaranteed by the British government.

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Air Transport

Low-fare Carrier Planned for Braniff Joint Venture

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