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ISLAMABAD -- The financial embezzlement worth billion of rupees in agreement of aircraft taken on lease has revealed.
'Five aircrafts had been taken on leaser from Turkish company 'Cordon Airlines' which are now returned to company while five more aircrafts had been taken on lease from another Turkish company 'Pegasis'.
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In FedEx Corp., 2/16/05, the Sixth Circuit affirmed a district court's decision (291 FSupp2d 699 (WD TN 2003)), that the taxpayer could currently deduct off-wing maintenance costs related to engine shop visits (ESVs) for aircraft engines and auxiliary power units (APUs).
In a recently completed DARPA-funded study, White's team demonstrated dynamic reconfiguring of engine-inlet nozzles of F-15 Eagle fighter aircraft that could boost the aircrafts range by up to 20 percent.
Flight operations on board a carrier may appear routine, but it takes years of training to turn fledgling Naval Aviators into combat-ready warriors--who slam their aircraft into the arresting cables at the end of a carrier, day and night, in all kinds of weather.
This has invited the possibility of use of old or weak engines in the aircrafts. Although the engines, specifying from its fame family, capacity, quality and its standard should be mentioned, NAC has not made clear which engine it has planned to purchase.
2001-4 provides favorable guidance for commercial aircraft maintenance and overhaul expenses.
[ClickPress, Fri Aug 30 2019] Fact.MR's latest study estimates global aircraft pump sales to surpass 1.2 million units in 2019.
[USPRwire, Mon Aug 26 2019] Aircraft anchoring systems are also known as aircraft tiedowns, especially in western countries.
The Nepal Airlines has already received one wide body aircraft but the aircraft has been grounded since it landed at TIA.
Headlines such as "Four Found in Plane Wreckage in Arkansas"' and "Small Plane Crashes in New Mexico" [2] often appear in newspapers nationwide and represent just a few of the thousands of small aircraft accidents that face law enforcement today.
Summary: Aircraft anchoring systems have very less moving parts and hence, they are very reliable and can be stored in a compact area.
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