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Such short-range aircraft, some of which are assembled on Chinese soil, have been spared any fallout from the row between China and EU as domestic travel expands.
By this time, the United States was very much into the war and the transport of aircraft to England was a high priority and were looking for routes that would enable short-range aircraft to make the trip across the Atlantic.
I think there's been a huge disparity in how much money is invested in bombers versus the short-range aircraft," said Rep.
The procurement of the 737 airplanes will increase our supply capabilities while at the same time simplify the short-range aircraft portion of our fleet -- the main component of Korean Air's long-term strategy.
In fact, the improvements developed by Alcoa for a new short-range aircraft can generate up to a 12% increase in fuel efficiency on top of the 15% improvement from new engines.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD Air New Zealand has announced plans to upgrade its aging short-range aircraft fleet over a ten year period.
The same can be said of a recent agreement with Russia to develop a new short-range aircraft.
Saab has stated that the airline may lease short-range aircraft for its passenger services, such as Bombardier Aerospace's Q400 Turboprop to cover flights to Greece, Jordan, Syria and the UAE.