What does FH stand for?
FH stands for Flight Hours
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The engines have accumulated more than 108 million flight hours on Bombardier CRJ and Embraer E-Jet aircraft.
More promising are the Q2 results, which show a 3% surge in flight hours over Q1 with several key industries and regions showing promising signs of recovery.
Connecticut, USA-based aerospace firm United Technologies Corp (NYSE: UTX) said that its Pratt & Whitney unit's F117 engine recently exceeded 10m engine flight hours in service with the global Boeing (NYSE: BA) C-17 Globemaster III airlifter fleet.
Students graduate from flight school with fewer flight hours overall, but have more hours in the aircraft they'll likely fly in combat.
The aircraft in question had accumulated over 28,200 flight hours in close to 14,400 flights.
A Service Life Assessment Program conducted on the CH-53E determined that the service life is 6,120 flight hours based on the aircraft's transition bulkhead section (location of the tailboom's fold point).
VFA-27 surpassed 27 years and 80,000 Class A mishap-free flight hours.
Through three deployments, the Global Hawk has successfully completed more than 225 missions and more than 4,900 combat flight hours.