AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Goodrich Corporation (NYSE:GR) on Monday announced it has been chosen to provide the primary flight control system for the new Embraer KC-390 jet transport aircraft.
What does F/C stand for?
F/C stands for Flight Control
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M2 BEST BOOKS-(C)2000-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Global defense, security and aerospace company BAE Systems yesterday announced that it will provide design, production and support of flight control computers for Embraer Legacy 450 and 500 business jets.
``We talked to our management and they felt it was important enough to be a BWB flight control demonstrator,'' said Norm Princen, Boeing Phantom Works' chief engineer for the program.
Air Force C-17 transports will get a major flight control upgrade following the award of two development programs to BAE SYSTEMS.
Athena Technologies' miniature integrated GuideStar(TM) GS-111 flight control system autonomously controlled all mission management, flight control and 3-D auto-navigation functions on the first flight of a Loiter Attack Munition (LAM) prototype for Raytheon Missile Systems on Monday, June 17, 2002.
Bell Helicopter has selected BAE Systems to provide fly-by-wire flight control computers for its 525 Relentless super medium class helicopter.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Global defense, security and aerospace company BAE Systems yesterday announced that it will provide design, production and support of flight control computers for Embraer Legacy 450 and 500 business jets.
Byline: Jim Skeen Staff Writer EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE - NASA researchers are gearing up for tests into smart flight control software hoped someday to allow safe landings by battle-damaged military jets and commercial jetliners with mechanical problems.