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the central body of an airplane that is designed to accommodate the crew and passengers (or cargo)

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Another major project reviewed by the Crown Prince is the centre for the development of aircraft fuselage to be based at King Khalid International Airport.
Work is continuing on the aircraft fuselage section and it is hoped it will be completed next year.
The Expo decal applied on the Boeing 777 covers over 40 per cent of the aircraft fuselage surface area - spanning over 37.8 metres in length and 12 metres in width.
Work is continuing on the aircraft fuselage section and it is hoped that work will be completed some time in 2018.
The commercial aircraft seats are usually arranged in rows across the aircraft fuselage. Also, based on operating carriers (low-cost carrier [LCC] or full-service carrier [FSC]), they provide different classes of seats, like first class, business class, premium economy, and economy class seats.
Missiles are hidden inside the aircraft fuselage, which means the aircraft can fly sorties without appearing to be armed.
Thestatement said:"After landing at Baghdad International Airport (BGW) on 26 January 2015, damage to the aircraft fuselage consistent with small arms fire was discovered on Flydubai flight FZ 215.
The pattern of damage to the aircraft fuselage and the cockpit is consistent with that which may be expected from a large number of high-energy objects that penetrated the aircraft from outside."
First, the aircraft fuselage is produced in Hamburg and then transported to Toulouse for the first stage of final assembly.
Spike Aerospace said that drag would be reduced by the removal of windows that cause major challenges in designing and constructing an aircraft fuselage.he S-512 supersonic jet is not expected to launch until 2018.
Production of the first structural components began earlier this year and assembly of the first aircraft fuselage section is set to start at Dassault's Argenteuil facility, in France, in the next coming weeks.
They cover GNSS antenna performance parameters; fixed reception pattern antennas and high-gain directional antennas; multiband, handset, and active GNSS antennas; adaptive GPS antennas; ground plane, aircraft fuselage, and other platform effects on GPS antennas; measuring characteristics of GNSS antennas; and antennas and site considerations for precise applications.
It has been supplying titanium metal for aircraft fuselage and factory equipment since 2010.
(AIDC) has announced an expansion plan, calling for investing NT$6 billion (US$200 million) within five years to build military aircraft maintenance hangars, aircraft engine housing plants, maintenance centers, commercial aircraft fuselage milling plants, as well as a five-axis machine project, all of which is expected to raise revenue from NT$22.3 billion (US$743.3 million) estimated in 2012 to NT$30 billion (US$1 billion) in 2019.
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