1035. Equipment Problems of the Third Level Airplane


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R B Robinson: 1035. Equipment Problems of the Third Level Airplane. 1974.



The modern aircraft being produced by general aviation manufacturers today are helping transport people and goods in
schedule airline type operations. The commuter airline has become a dependable third level in the air transport
business since its mushrooming growth from shaky start just a few years ago. The highly developed turbine-propeller
engines and airframes of today’s general aviation airplane are helping make real growth possible for the commuter
The purpose of this paper is to review the problems that third level operators have had obtaining the right
equipment for their particular operation. Although this paper just scratches the surface with respect to all
equipment used and needed, hopefully it will open some new avenues of interest to the reader.


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