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  • FLETCHER AVIATION COMPANY
    for 1950 USAF competition followed in 1953 by FD 25 Defender light ground support aircraft FU 24 utility agricultural aircraft introduced 1954 developed for New Zealand where 100 were assembled by James Aviation Ltd Acquired byAJ Industries in 1960 and briefly renamed Flair Aviation before assuming name as above Introduced FU 24A six seat passenger cargo version Manufacturing and sales rights for FU 24 series sold to Air Parts NZ

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/f/304-fletcher-aviation-company.html (2016-02-13)
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  • FLIGHT DESIGN
    s current product is the CT Fabrication of parts is at Flight Design s Ukrainian factory producing composites to German specifications At present Flight Design has a workforce exceeding 200 Contact Details Address Zum Tower 4 Kamenz D 01917 Germany Tel 49 0 3578 37335 0 URL www flightdesign com A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/f/1369-flight-design.html (2016-02-13)
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  • FLIGHT TESTS AND PRODUCTION THE V.S. GRIZODUBOVA
    Aircraft maintenance The Verkhushka 13 trajectory measurement system registers trajectory parameters for highly maneuverable and dynamic objects aircraft missiles etc during range tests in a wide altitude airspeed and acceleration envelope The SBD 50 ground proximity extraction system is designed for group airdropping of search and rescue parties firefighters medical teams and cargoes in hardto access areas and emergency areas The enterprise also offers services to erect frameless arched structures

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  • FLIGHTSTAR IISL and IISC
    than 400 of which 375 were flying by mid 2001 COSTS IISL US 12 925 IISC US 14 195 both without engines 2003 DESIGN FEATURES Wings fold for storage and transporation Quoted build time 100 hours for IISL 130 hours for IISC Flightstar FS II 2 aerofoil section dihedral 2 o 48 incidence 4 o twist 2 o FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual Push pull cables optional flaps on IISL STRUCTURE 6061 T6 aluminium tube spar strut braced wing with Dacron covering Five ply Mylar covering optional Composites covered chromoly 4130 steel fuselage cage with stainless steel brackets engine attached to heavy duty aluminium tube running length of aircraft all metal parts anodised to obviate painting Strut braced low mounted tailplane LANDING GEAR Tricycle type fixed steerable nosewheel Azusa wheels and optional drum brakes Tyres size 13 in nose 15 in main Shock cord absorption Optional Full Lotus floats POWER PLANT One 37 0 kW 49 6 hp Rotax 503 UL 2V driving three blade Powerfin propeller optional engines include 47 8 kW 64 1 hp Rotax 582 UL and 44 7 kW 60 0 hp four stroke HKS 700E latter is standard on IISC and has 3 47 1

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/reviews/civil-aircraft/1168-iisl-iisc.html (2016-02-13)
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  • MiG-23 & MiG-27
    to the right ventral fin accommodates directional stability requirements at high a o a The told sequence is coordinated hydro mechanically w the retraction and extension of the landing gear and thus provides sufficient ground clearance for landing and takeoff rotation Landing Gear The MiG 23 and MiG 27 are equipped w an unusual hydraulically actuated tricycle landing gear The retraction sequence is practical but somewhat complex for main gear as the system requires several pivot assemblies in order to retract it into its respective wells The system however provides suitable wheel track and tread dimensions while utilizing minimal fuselage interior volume The main gear tires are relatively low pressure tubeless types w a size of 33 in by 11 4 in 840 mm by 290 mm The nose landing gear is equipped w dual low pressure tubeless tires w a size of 20 5 in by 4 9 in 520 mm by 125 mm The nose gear also is equipped w a mud guard assembly to keep rough field operations from causing unwanted foreign matter from entering the wheel well or the engine intakes All wheels are equipped w disc type brakes and an associated anti skid system The wheel wells are all fully enclosed the nose gear has two conventional doors w mechanical linkages which are synchronized to function w the gear strut assembly as it retracts and the main gear are equipped w two part doors that are similarly mechanically actuated but which are split w one door section attached to the gear lower strut segment and one attached to the fuselage The wheel track is 9 ft 2 in 2 85 m and the wheel base dimension is 18 ft 7 in 5 812 m A drag chute compartment in the form of a bullet fairing at the base of the vertical fin contains a double canopy nylon drag chute w an area of 226 ft 2 21 m 2 Miscellaneous Equipment The various radar systems utilized by MiG 23s are as follows MiG 23MS uses NATO Jaybird w pulse search and track capability and multiple threat indicator MiG 23M MiG 23MF uses NATO High Lark w puise search and track capability and multiple threat indicator MiG 23ML uses NATO High Lark II w pulse search and track capability and multiple threat indicator MiG 23 uses NATO High Lark II w pulse search and track capability and multiple threat indicator MIG 23B MiG 23BN uses NATO High Fix w air to ground and air to air ranging capability only MiG 27 uses NATO High Fix w air to ground and air to air ranging capability only MIG 27M uses NATO High Fix w air to ground and air to air ranging capability only High Lark radar systems reportedly have a search range of approx 53 mi 85 km and a tracking range of 34 mi 54 km Other systems include NATO Swift Rod ILS w antenna mounted under nose and vertical fin tip trailing edge a

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  • FLUG WERK
    existing aircraft wings for the P 51 Mustang and of kits for the Arado Ar96b with Chevrolet V 12 engine A Heinkel He 112 replica is also planned New 600 m 2 6 450 sq ft hangar inaugurated 31 March 2000 recent activities include repair of a genuine Bf 109G after a taxying accident and overhaul of a North American T 6 Contact Details Address Kothingried 4 D 85408 Gammelsdorf

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  • FLY LINE
    Line to produce an aircraft similar in design to the last mentioned Contact Details Address Torviscosa UD I 33052 Italy Tel Fax 39 0431 92 90 31 URL www flylinesrl it A B C D E F G H I

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/f/1411-fly-line.html (2016-02-13)
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  • FLY SYNTHESIS
    marketing undertaken by American Ghiles Aircraft Two new designs the Texan and Wallaby have recently been added to the company s range At the end of 2002 FlySynthesis employed 18 in its 1 100 m 2 11 850 sq ft factory Contact Details Address Via Gorizia 63 I 33050 Gonars Udine Italy Tel 39 0432 99 24 82 and 99 35 57 Fax 39 0432 93 12 80 URL www

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