aeronautical product

aeronautical product

Any aircraft, aircraft engine, aircraft propeller, or aircraft appliance or part or the component parts of any of those things, including any computer system and software.
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This industry is highly regulated and a major part of the aeronautical engineering workforce is required to be licensed or authorised by statute to carry out certain tasks related to an aircraft or aeronautical product.
That won't stop the arguing among US engineers, workers and foreign suppliers over the ideal rate of outsourcing for a complex aeronautical product.
After safely depositing her aboard a Sopwith Camel or some such aeronautical product, Mr Brocklebank returned to the car park to collect his Morgan tricycle, in its exquisite British racing green livery.
Contract Awarded for REPAIR OF AERONAUTICAL PRODUCT
IDS will continue the maintenance, support, development, and evolution of its expanded aeronautical product line.
Contract Awarded for Supply of aeronautical product.
Supply of various aeronautical spare parts to the aeronautical industrial service (Sia) in the fields of: - electrical equipment for aeronautical use, - electronic, electromechanical and aeronautical automation equipment, - aeronautical hardware, - articles based on aeronautics Elastomers or plastics for aeronautical use, - metallic raw materials for aeronautical use, - raw materials, not of metal, for aeronautical purposes, - miscellaneous aeronautical products and fluids.
Under the arrangement, Transport Canada and the Civil Aviation Authority of China are streamlining approvals for aeronautical products and parts from each other's countries.
Many Robar customers make medical, automotive and aeronautical products and Robar uses their space-age finishing ability to coat their products with a variety of finishes.
Since aeronautical products are now being designed and manufactured in India, a need was felt for international acceptance of such products.
Part 42 is an element of the new maintenance regulations which set out the continuing airworthiness requirements for aircraft and aeronautical products which are used in the regular transport of the public.

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