[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] That prediction finally came true when China formally announced it would restructure its two state aircraft makers, Avic I and Avic II, primarily so they could pool resources to build large aircraft.
What does LACFT stand for?
LACFT stands for Large Aircraft
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The large aircraft project is underpinned by China's strong economic growth, technology advances, and brawny manufacturing base, Mr Liu, the deputy head of the company's science and technology development department, said.
The large aircraft project is underpinned by China's strong economic growth, technology advances, and brawny manufacturing base, Liu was quoted as saying by the official Xinhua News Agency.
Tokyo, Japan, Jan 24, 2007 - (JCN Newswire) - JAL Group and ANA Group will start training of first class aircraft line maintenance technicians, maintenance personnel who can confirm completion of maintenance, such as the pre-departure inspection of large aircraft operated by scheduled airlines, from April 2007 in cooperation and coordination with the Japan Aviation Technical College and Naka-Nippon Aviation College.
Two cases involve large aircraft using the wrong runway.