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  • ABC
    envelope technology was introduced as an option for production on existing A 60 Lightships from 1996 first contract for seven envelopes to be supplied by ILC Dover announced 18 March 1996 On 23 July 2002 ABC announced that it had acquired the Virgin Lightships interests in the former s affiliate The Lightship Group TLG following Virgin s decision to exit the commercial airship market TLG is now a wholly owned ABC subsidiary and operates 16 ABC airships around the world Company is currently developing airship designs for medium altitude 2 000 to 3 000 m 6 560 to 9 840 ft operation with military and commercial payloads for surveillance and communications relay It has also on behalf of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory been studying the use of a helium airship as a possible vehicle for unmanned exploration of Titan the largest of Saturn s moons Named Aerover the projected airship would be approximately 10 m 33 ft long 2 44 m 8 ft in diameter and weigh about 100 kg 220 lb In 1999 ABC increased its manufacturing area by 30 per cent with a 410 m 2 4 400 sq ft extension at Hillsboro which now covers almost 2 325 m 2 25 000 sq ft At the same time a 280 m 2 3 000 sq ft fabrication shop was being readied at the Tillamook flight test centre In August 2003 ABC s combined fleet of 17 A 60 A 1 50 airships achieved a cumulative total of 150 000 flight hours On 21 November 2000 ABC purchased the type certificate originally issued on 17 November 1992 for the Colt GA42 non rigid helium airship It is believed that three airships of this type were included in the transfer Contact Details Address 1900 North East 25th Avenue Suite

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  • NLA AC-500 AIRCAR
    category Constant chord low mounted wings with upturned tips sweptback vertical tail and small underfin FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual flaps fitted One piece horn balanced elevator ground adjustable tab on rudder STRUCTURE All metal main structure some non load bearing components manufactured from composites LANDING GEAR Non retractable tricycle type single wheel on each unit POWER PLANT One 194 kW 260 hp Textron Lycoming IO 540 flat six engine driving a three blade propeller ACCOMMODATION Pilot and co pilot or passenger in front with two rearward facing seats behind and a forward facing single seat aft of these Crew door each side of cockpit plus passenger door aft of wing on port side DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span 10 20 m 33 ft 5 1 2 in Length overall 8 14 m 26 ft 8 1 2 in Fuselage max width 1 20 m 3 ft 11 1 4 in Height overall 3 05 m 10 ft 0 in Wheel track 2 80 m 9 ft 2 1 4 in Wheelbase 2 18 m 7 ft 1 3 4 in Propeller diameter 1 96 m 6 ft 5 in WEIGHTS AND LOADINGS Max baggage weight 65 kg 143 lb Max

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  • AVIC I COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT COMPANY
    launching with risk sharing foreign industrial partners a programme for a new regional jet in the 70 seat class Initial concepts were focused on 58 seat NRJ 58 and 76 seat NRJ 76 variants However the latter project received the designation ARJ21 Advanced Regional Jet 21st Century in 2001 and State Council approval in June 2002 ACAC formed in October 2002 to manage this programme Contact Details Address 23 F

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  • ADA
    is Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd HAL Several laboratories of the Defence Research and Development Organisation DRDO have also contributed to the LCA programme initial production of which was approved in 2002 Also participating in Multirole Transport Aircraft MTA an international programme in the form of the Ilyushin Irkut HAL Il 214 Contact Details Address PO Box 1718 Vimanapura Post Office Bangalore 560 017 India Tel 91 80 523 30 60 and

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  • AERALL
    Address 2 bis avenue Odette BP 46 F 94130 Nogent sur Marne France Tel 33 1 49 00 15 14 Fax 33 1 47 75 09 56 A B C D E F G H I J K L M

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  • AH-64 Apache
    Oin wing span 5 23m 17ft 2in length overall rotors turning 17 76m 58ft 3in fuselage length 14 97m 49ft 2in height overall 4 66m 15ft 4in Main rotor disc area 168 1m 2 1809 1m 2 ACCOMMODATION Copilot gunner in front cockpit with pilot behind ARMAMENT One M230 Chain Gun 30mm automatic cannon under forward fuselage with 1200 rounds Four underwing hardpoints can carry up to 16 AGM 114 Hellfire anti armour missiles or rocket pods Stinger or Sidewinder AAMs or Sidearm anti radiation missiles OPERATORS Egypt Greece Israel Netherlands Saudi Arabia UAE UK USA HISTORY The most capable attack helicopter currently in service was developed to meet the US Army s Advanced Attack Helicopter requirement To meet the AAH requirement the US Army sponsored the development of the Bell YAH 63 and the Hughes YAH 64 for a competitive flyoff Hughes YAH 64 flew for the first time on September 30 1975 and it was selected ahead of the Bell design for further development in December 1976 Full scale development followed although it was not until March 1982 that final production approval was given with a US Army order for an initial 11 AH 64 Apaches The first Apaches were delivered in 1984 and the first unit became operational in 1986 Apache design features include two shoulder mounted GE T700 turboshafts crew armour aerobatic capability a high degree of survivability and the nose mounted Lockheed Martin Martin Marietta AAQ 11 TADS PNVS Target Acquisition and Designation Sight Pilot Night Vision Sensor TADS comprises a FLIR TV camera laser spot tracker and laser rangefinder and is used for target location and designation The PNVS FLIR allows nap of the earth flying Over 800 AH 64As have been built for the US Army and export and the type proved very

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  • AHA
    two seat LV2 Hornet in USA then to establish assembly plant in Zhuhai after training Chinese workforce A formal agreement was signed in February 1998 with the Blimp Group of Buenos Aires Argentina to promote AHA buoyant aircraft In March 2001 a similar agreement was signed with Denebola DSA SA de CV of Ensenada Mexico Numerous letters of interest for the commercial Hornet LV2 were received during 2001 and several

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  • AIDC
    from 1999 is sole source supplier of crew and passenger doors for the S 76 Other subcontract work includes wing design of the Ibis Aerospace Ae 270 Boeing 717 200 tail unit first example delivered mid December 1997 Dassault Falcon 900 and 2000 rudders Eurocopter CATIC ST Aero EC 120 Colibri rear fuselage components Alenia C 27J Spartan tail unit Learjet 45 tail unit and Bombardier Challenger 300 rear fuselage and tail unit Assembled 13 Bell OH 58Ds for Republic of China Army first one delivered 16 November 1999 last in third quarter 2001 It also participates in such programmes as the Lockheed Martin F 16 combat aircraft and the Honeywell TFE1042 and Rolls Royce 572K gas turbine engines However despite this range of work AIDC revenue had reportedly shrunk from about US 750 million in 1999 to less than US 300 million in 2001 and additional subcontract work was sought in 2002 Bell offered AIDC a share in manufacture tailbooms elevators and engine cowlings of AH 1Z and UH 1Y in September 2003 As a government owned commercial entity AIDC is dedicated to research and development for Taiwan s aerospace industry military and commercial aircraft Full privatisation originally planned

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