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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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Warrior Soul (2004)
The Memoir Of A Navy Seal by Chuck Pfarrer
Jumping out of commercial airliners is an operation, or op, we call a “D. B. C ooper." Using scheduled air traffic to insert into a hostile country, or a denied area. is a SEAL specialty. Most people do not parachute on purpose from jet aircraft. The planes are too ...
Future Flight (2002)
A Review of the Small Aircraft Transportation System Concept
The anticipated role of SATS in alleviating congestion in the commercial aviation sector suggests that diverting passengers from larger airliners is an intended outcome. Whether this outcome would confer net ...
Motion and Space Sickness (1990)
by George H. Crampton
of most present-day jet airliners is a common ...
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).The relative mechanical simplicity of the turbine engine promised greater reliability than the highpowered piston engine,while theapplication of apropeller improved the propulsive efficiencyof the system and hence reduced the fuel consumption– at the ...
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 been transported overseas by air. Britain was the last nation to send troops by sea during the Falklands War. Increasingly, air transport is being significantly transformed by the precise Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) navigational aid, instant and ...
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 two-day period. Both Mohammed and Yousef secured and prepared the explosives to destroy the aircraft, and succeeded in blowing up a Philippine Airlines aircraft flying between Manila and Tokyo. Yousef was arrested by Pakistani authorities in ...
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, andthe Ukraine. Given the diversity of countries thatproduce these vehicles, itisnot surprising thatthey come in a varietyof sizes. Regional jets come in three sizeswith anywhere from 27to130 seats, differentiated by howtheseats are situatedin the ...
by Alan Sanders
Facing the urgent need to modernize its fleet, MIAT purchased five Yu-12 airliners from China and put them into service on interprovincial routes, only to ...
A "Full Course" Encyclopedia by Andrew F. Smith
Airplanes, especially passenger airliners, serve food and beverages on board, and many planes, especially those engaged in cargo freight, transport food for consumption elsewhere. Prior to the 1930s, airplanes were small, traveled only short distances , and ...
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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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