fuselage stations

fuselage stations

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fuselage stations
i. The location along the longitudinal axis of an airplane that is a given number of inches ahead of or behind the datum, reference plane.
ii. The point on the fuselage where external stores or fuel tanks are carried, such as against wing stations.
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The aim was to fly Meteor on front and rear fuselage stations in order to collect data on how the missile responds in the vibration, load and temperature environments.
The existing AD requires a one-time inspection to detect cracks of the lower frames and reinforcing angles of the main deck cargo door where the door latch fittings attach between certain fuselage stations and water lines, and replacement of any cracked part with a new part with the same part number.
The Eurofighter's fuel tank to be supplied by Dowty has been purpose-designed for supersonic speeds and to fit under both wings and fuselage stations on the aircraft.
The aircraft was fitted with two GHTM (Ground Handling Training Missile) Meteors on the port and starboard forward fuselage stations.
This AD would require a general visual inspection to detect chafing or damage of the feeder cables of the external ground power in the forward cargo compartment between certain fuselage stations, and repair if necessary.