aircraft fuel

aircraft fuel

[′er‚kraft ‚fyül]
(materials)
The material used as a source of energy by an aircraft engine to provide propulsion.
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Aircraft fuel tanks contain many serviceable parts, and require toxic gas monitoring for worker safety during regular repair and maintenance.
s next set of aircraft fuel systems starting to be installed that month, the company's 440,000-square-foot manufacturing campus is slated to be completed in December.
In a statement the airline said that the surcharge will be in effect until the price of aircraft fuel on the spot markets has stabilised, The Associated Press reported.
Contract notice: Procurement contract for jacket fuel GM-1(JET-A1)for military aircraft AND aircraft fuel AB100/130 (AVAST 100LL).
4DT operations at Arlanda focus is to validate applications to increase the efficiency and safety in the Air Traffic Management system including reducing aircraft fuel burn, emissions and noise.
The company cut aircraft fuel export in the last month by 10.
No one was injured in the incident, in which a Western Aircraft fuel truck failed to stop when approaching the Boeing 737 on 8 January.
3 million verdict against McDonald's for a women spilling hot coffee in her lap, or the $80 million levied against Hughes Aircraft fuel the perception that damage awards are, in the words of Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, 'out of control.
Contract award: aircraft fuel purchase of tartu, pEnrnu and kuressre airports.
Aircraft fuel prices have eased over the past week, returning to pre-hurricane levels.
The FAA has placed significant emphasis on passenger aircraft fuel tank fires, particularly since the tragic accident involving TWA 800 in July 1996.
the subject of the order is the supply of aviation fuel divided into tasks: Task i - avgas 100ll aircraft fuel (without excise duty); Task ii - jet a1 aircraft fuel (without excise tax).

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