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rectrix

[′rek·triks]
(vertebrate zoology)
One of the stiff tail feathers used by birds to control direction of flight.
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Additionally, Rectrix will begin construction of a fixed operations base at L.
Rectrix is also investing about $5 million to develop 27,000 square feet of hangar and office space in Worcester.
vicarius observed and the lengths of the tarsus, primary, rectrix or culmen (Fig.
We're pleased to welcome AirFlyte's employees into the Rectrix family," said Thomas J.
Kasowitz of the law firm of Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman LLP, attorneys for Rectrix.
Drawing on a hockey analogy, Tim Murray, CEO and president of the Worcester Chamber of Commerce, said Rectrix is "anticipating where the puck is going to be .
It is a concept pioneered by Rectrix to offer the advantages of private hangar ownership, along with the amenities of a world class aircraft service provider.
Rectrix occupies nearly 20 acres of airport property.
The acquisition of Airport Property Partners' Sarasota base represents a strategic initiative that will allow Rectrix to enhance its operations at SRQ," said Thomas Russell, Rectrix executive chairman, in a press release.
This year's Cure on the Runway-themed fund-raising event at the Rectrix Aerodrome Center includes a fabulous Saks Fifth Avenue fashion show.
BEDFORD - Rectrix Commercial Aviation Services, the company building a hangar at Worcester Regional Airport, has purchased AirFlyte Inc.
Yellow-billed Cuckoos were aged as < 1 year old (immatures) by rectrix color and shape.