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The IFR 4000 is designed for easy operation, reliability, long service life and its size is especially convenient for the confined space of cockpit testing.
Needless to say non-towered operations work better when pilots show some courtesy and promptly cancelling an IFR clearance once on the ground should be at the top of the list.
So it's understood some pilots may think flying IFR on good-weather days is frivolous, and would choose to make all three legs of that trip VFR, perhaps with minimal ATC contact.
Figure 1 shows that the LOI values and UL rating of the EVA/IFR composites varied with different 4A content when the IFR was 20 wt% in it.
However, if the TC merely prohibits flight under IFR (not mentioning actual weather conditions), then SVFR would be OK.
BDO, owned by the country's richest man, Henry Sy, has two outstanding US dollar bonds maturing in 2016 and 2017, IFR said.
The top executive and policy makers from the finance and banking sectors attended the prestigious IFR award giving away ceremony.
In this article, we'll do what shops should do up front and present the realistic costs and worthy choices for basic IFR capability.
While, including Pakistan in its Roll of Honour, IFR Asia Review 2014 states that "Many Asian issuers raised funds with ease in 2014, but only one capped a remarkable turnaround with offerings in both the debt and equity capital markets.
Radek Wyrzykowski, IMC Club founder and President said, “Most IFR pilots strive to improve their professionalism as they build time.
The lender is looking to raise SGD600m (USD480m/EUR362m), IFR said, but demand has exceeded SGD2bn.