By Malcolm L. Hill
Boeing 737 ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ,ТЕХНИКА Название: Boeing 737Автор: Malcolm L. HillИздательство: Crowood PressISBN: 1861264046Год: 2002Страниц: 192Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 78.17МБЯзык: английскийMalcolm L. Hill charts the increase of Boeing's best-selling product, interpreting the interwoven background of the plane corporation and its airline buyers and the way they got here to the 737. Its endured improvement, taking over the hot technological advances on hand and Boeing's response to a revived ecu probability is studied.The aircraft's development via turbulent political and advertisement occasions is undefined, as is the 737's personal operational heritage and its undoubted impression at the regularly altering airliner of the final area of the 20th century and beyond.Скачать: DepositfilesRapidshare zero
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There had been no major engine problems. At the very beginning of 737 operations there had been a starter valve problem when sand from treated runways was ingested. A filter screen had simply not been up to its job and the problem was fixed using a new screen with a finer mesh, as suggested by Boeing. Unscheduled engine removals in the first nine months of operation amounted to only three examples, two caused by reports of vibration and one by high oil consumption. There had been no in-flight engine shutdowns and no fire warnings, even false ones.
28 'Fellowship' enjoyed a moderate success as an economic jet alternative to earlier turbo-props. Via author mance. 28 series was later totally redesigned and updated as the Fokker 70 and 100 types, with new engines and updated flight-deck systems and equipment. The new types remained in production until Fokker succumbed to economic pressures and was forced to cease all manufacturing operations in the late 1990s. New Zealand National Airways' 737s brought jet comfort to their domestic routes. Jenny Gradidge haul jet fleet of four BAC One-Elevens and were also supplemented by larger 707s when loads demanded it.
An increase in the 737-200's passenger caracity, up to 124 on high-density charter services, was planned for later introduction and the new seats and their layout had already received FAA arproval. Into Charter Service The first five Britannia crews to he assigned to the 73 7 received their conversion training with Boeing in Seattle. Thc training was comrlcted back in the K by four Boeing pilots on loan to Britannia. The next six crews, rcquircd when the sccond aircraft entered scn'icc, were to be checkcd out by Seattle-trained instructors.
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