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"Airliners" is a book by Norman S Barrett.
Airliners is an American magazine dedicated to the airline industry. Six issues are circulated each year. The title was first published by World Transport Press in 1988. Since the 100th issue it has been produced by Airliners Publications, LLC.
- official website: www.airliners.tv
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Cockpit Confidential (2013)
Everything You Need to Know About Air Travel: Questions, Answers, and Reflections by Patrick Smith
Altitude, bank, and pitch will change only slightly during turbulence—in the cockpit we see just a twitch on the altimeter— and inherent in the design of airliners is a trait known to pilots as “positive stability.” Should the aircraft be shoved from its ...
by Dan Caldwell, Robert E. Williams
combined with the increasing difficulty of carrying bombs onboard commercial airliners means it is only a matter of time before terrorists attack civil aviation in the United States, perhaps even in a coordinated attack involving planes taking off ...
Understanding Business (2013)
by Phil Dowell
where the prospects number so few and are worth so much that the reps must never let the dialogue terminate; selling airliners is an obvious case. In fact, many business to business, relationship-based activities would fall into this category.
Terrorism's War with America (2003)
A History by Dennis Piszkiewicz
The events of September 11, 2001, have reminded us that the hijacking of airliners is a basic tactic of terrorism as we know it today. This is where we will begin our journey in chapter 1, with an airliner that has taken off from an American airport ...
by Ian McNeil
AIRLINERS. Itseemed atfirst that the gas turbine's fuel consumption wouldbe too high forjetpropelled aircraft to be used for civil airline services,so the turboprop engine was developed, mainly in Britain, forthis purpose(see Chapter 5).
by Stephen E. Atkins
Nineteen members of the Qaeda network seized control of four commercial airliners and used them as suicide missiles against selected targets. Two of the airliners crashed into the towers of the World Trade Center, causing both towers to ...
From the Rise of Al-Qaeda to 9/11 and Beyond by Jan Goldman Ph.D.
airliners and destroying them over the Pacific Ocean during a ...
Social Science and Policy by Mark Garrett
powered airliners that arecapable of shortand mediumrange flights. Regional jets are produced in Russia, Germany, Canada, Brazil, Japan, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, ...
by James C. Bradford
During and after the Cold War nations have tended to use military versions of civilian airliners or called airliners into government service (as the United States did during the Gulf Wars) to transport personnel. Since 1968 all U.S. troops have ...
Encyclopedia of Terrorism (2012)
by Peter Chalk
On September 11, 2001 , the organization hijacked four commercial airliners, flying two into the New York World Trade Center and one into the Pentagon in northern Virginia; the fourth, ...
by Larry E Sullivan, Marie Simonetti Rosen, Dorothy M Schulz, M. R. Haberfeld
Homeland security: Protecting airliners from terrorist missiles (CRS No. RL 31741 ). Congressional Research Service. [Online]. Available: http://www.globalsecurity .org/security/library/report/crs/rl-31741.pdf Computer-Assisted Passenger ...
by Dilip Hiro
Abroad,its activists hijacked three airliners between7and 9 September 1970, took them toan abandoned airfieldnear Amman ...
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Scrabble value of A1I1R1L1I1N1E1R1S1
The value of this 9-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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