aircraft mix

aircraft mix

The types or categories of aircraft that are to be accommodated at the airport.
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Public Safety Zones (PSZs) are areas of land established at the end of runways at the busiest airports in the UK and are produced via a mathematical computer model using historic aircraft accident data from around the world, together with details of the traffic forecasts and particular aircraft mix at the airport concerned, to determine the level of risk to people on the ground.
On completion, Vikrant will be capable of operating an aircraft mix of the Russian MiG-29K and LCA (Navy) fighters being developed indigenously by HAL.
However, it said: "The 2005 aircraft mix will be less favourable than in 2004.
However, it said: 'The 2005 aircraft mix will be less favourable than in 2004.
Of note in the revised plan is a dramatic change in the aircraft mix.
a different skill set from our instructor pilots force and a different logistics base to support that different aircraft mix," said Semmens.
In recent years, boarding solutions have been developed and installed to accommodate every aircraft mix and terminal configuration at any given gate.
Capacity decreased due to network adjustments, changes in the aircraft mix and weather-related factors.
The systems plot noise contours based upon existing aircraft movements and future estimations, such as the number of aircraft movements, aircraft mix, day and night, single aircraft types, etc.
With the PathPlanner software the 1995 parking solutions were analysed and adapted to the expected aircraft mix within a very short time.
EBIT amounted to EUR 701 million (January to September 2002: EUR 1,072 million), impacted by higher R&D and slower deliveries, which were partially offset by a more favorable aircraft mix and improved profitability.

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