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|“Aviation is proof that, given the will, we have the capacity to achieve the |
impossible.” —Captain Edward “Eddie” Rickenbacker From its early days under
Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, through the administration of astronaut Frank
|Everything You've Ever Wondered About Flying on Airlines David Blatner. HIGH |
CLOUDS. The highest clouds in the ... go out of their way to fly around them.
Aviation is proof, that given the will, we have the capacity to achieve the
|is an exercise we are doing in close cooperation with NATS, with the Ministry of |
Defence, with general aviation ... Q49 Mr Wilshire: A topical issue which 1 think is
highly relevant to the general question of future capacity is bird ... Q53 Mr
Wilshire: You have the impossible task of satisfying three competing interests,
military, general and civil aviation, all of whom will no ... Q55 Mark Pritchard:
Given that we see aircraft coming in on the approach, maybe 10 or 15 aircraft at a
time higher ...
|2: Oral and written evidence Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: |
Transport Committee ... We need the support of sufficient infrastructure, be it road
or rail, to help those airports achieve their maximum potential, but it is crucial that
we ... If we can get that policy, which will lay out how aviation in the southeast is
going to be provided by all the airports here, and maybe others as well, you ... We
have 17 million to 18 million spare capacity per year already there: it is already
|All of those travelling to the North Pole on board the IB (Ice Breaker) Yamal were |
on our flight from Helsinki. For a Brazilian ... The Yamal is a nuclear-powered
ship and, in terms of its capacity to cut through ice, it was super-efficient. ... Where
we stopped was featureless; with no mountains in the background it could just as
easily have been a lake in Siberia. ... The Hampshire Flag Company in England
had given us the flags and specially pointed the poles to get them into the ice.
|... support it with a proof. We respond: The obligation to do what one does not |
have the ability to do takes many forms. ... The proof for the possibility of
obligating the impossible is the unanimous agreement on the possibility of
obligating the human to stand up when the order is given to him even though he
is seated. We have ... It is, however, the opposite of rising up and flying about the
skies. The other is ...
|succeeded in building launch vehicles with a lift capability greater than anything |
claimed by the USSR. ... spaceflight, “every day that passes increases our
chances of taking a long stride ahead of them with the first manned Gemini flight.
... [and i]f we cannot accomplish the things we have scheduled in that time, there
will be a tendency to suspect that we cannot ... take a subtle shift in attitude and a
willingness to establish day-by-day work plans in order to achieve the desired
Peter Forsyth - 2005 - 346 pages
|At any given price, this leads to a reduction in revenue per flight. It is not |
impossible that the additional flight will improve convenience so much that it adds
more to patronage than capacity - however if this were so, the market would not
Slade Gorton - 2000 - 148 pages
|Thus, congressional endorsement will carry profound issues into the forefront of |
U.S. aviation. ... Many nations, large and small, have been more effective than the
U.S. in implementing modem, automated Air Traffic ... and the FAA are making
this obsolete equipment perform beyond its life, beyond its capability, and still
preserve order and safety in our skies, ... Given this revolution in air traffic
management, and the plans for moving ahead with this new system towards the
time-frame of ...
Nadine B. Sarter, Ren‚ Amalberti, Rene Amalberti - 2000 - 376 pages
|We have often not been able to demonstrate that an innovation will have |
significant benefits even if catastrophic performance ... It is difficult—but not
impossible—to study envisioned worlds, and we must learn to do so if we hope to
influence the shape of those future worlds. ... Although this have given us a
unique ability to provide rigorous proof of theorems and hypotheses, it has made
it more difficult for ...