Modern Commercial Aircraft
Portland House, Nov 1, 1988 - Transportation - 208 pages
Magnificently illustrated directory of all the world's civil airliners currently in service and under development. Special chapters examine the state of the art in aircraft technology : flight decks, cabins, airframes, and engines.
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Accommodation aerial Aeroflot Aileron Air France Airbus Airbus A320 aircraft airline airstairs Airways baggage compartment Boeing British Aerospace Cabin length cargo carrier centre section certificated Cockpit Convair 580 door engines entered service flap Fleet Data flew Flight crew flight deck flown Fokker Fokker 50 Fokker F27 freight Fuel capacity fuselage hydraulic Inboard intake jack layout leading-edge Main undercarriage max cruising speed max fuel max height max landing weight Max operating speed max payload max take-off weight max width max zero-fuel weight maximum take-off weight Model nacelle naut mis navigation light nose Nosewheel Operating weight empty optional Outboard overall height overall length passengers pitch port and starboard Pratt & Whitney production propellers propfan prototype range with max rib construction route Rudder seat Span spar Starboard Static dischargers strut sweepback tailplane three-view drawing transport Tupolev Tu-134 turbofans turboprops undercarriage Underfloor variant Windscreen wing area