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Commercial airliner demand is increasing because of growing fleet of airlines and rising air traffic.
The department's science and technology directorate gave contracts to Northrop Grumman and BAE Systems to test theft respective counter-manpads directed infrared counter measure systems (DIRCMs) on commercial airliners.
FAA has taken a number of regulatory actions over the past several decades to address safety and health issues faced by passengers and flight attendants in large commercial airliner cabins.
Since the 1980s, shoulder-launched missiles have been fired at commercial airliners roughly twice a year, and even more frequently since September 11.
Despite economic difficulty, the aerospace industry is proliferating and the global commercial airliner and regional aircraft market is expected to reach approximately US $112 billion in 2017 with a CAGR of 5.
Denel Aerostructures CEO Ismail Dockrat said, This new approach is in line with the National Development Plan, and further supports Denel s business strategy as it opens the door for us to participate on the world s most modern and successful commercial airliners, while at the same time reducing our dependency on military programmes .
com/research/gv4cp7/top_three_global) has announced the addition of the "Top Three Global Commercial Airliner and Regional Aircraft Companies: Performance, Strategies, and Competitive Analysis" report to their offering.
com said it has added a new market research report to its catalogue called Global Commercial Airliner and Regional Aircraft Industry 2013-2020: Trend, Profit, and Forecast Analysis.
An additional hurdle will be the Federal Aviation Administration, which has the responsibility of approving any technology incorporated onto a commercial airliner.
The AirFest included an unveiling of a picture of Stevens painted on a Lockheed Super Constellation, a commercial airliner nicknamed the ``Connie'' that was used as a transport plane by the military.
The paperweights celebrated two occasions -travelling aboard the world's only supersonic commercial airliner and also the new Millennium's arrival.
Called high-speed civil transport (HSCT), these jets would fly faster and carry more passengers than the Concorde, the only commercial airliner that currently breaks Mach 1, the speed of sound.

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