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. As a result, the personnel holding such a license or authorisation encounter difficulties when they move to another country to perform similar tasks, because the other country may not recognise the licenses they hold.
That won't stop the arguing among US engineers, workers and foreign suppliers over the ideal rate of outsourcing for a complex aeronautical product. - YaleGlobal
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.
A supplemental type certificate is a type certificate issued when an applicant has received agency approval to modify an aeronautical product from its original design.
Aviation regulators in China and the EU have signed a new civil aviation agreement to "remove the unnecessary duplication of evaluation and certification activities for aeronautical products by the civil aviation authorities, and therefore reduce costs for the aviation sector," according to a statement from the European Commission.
It designs, manufactures and sells civil and military aeronautical products worldwide.
He argued that tariffs on aeronautical products were zero, and as a consequence nothing would change as a result of the UK leaving the customs union.
Industrial and technological agreements should be signed in areas like air traffic management (cooperation with the SESAR programme) and safety (eg certification of aeronautical products).

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