IN judging the qualities of commercial aeroplanes, there are a great many factors which should be compared, all of which contribute in a greater or less degree towards making the aeroplane in a general sense suitable for the conveyance of passengers and the transportation of goods in accordance with present‐day requirements. Here we do not refer to those factors which it is customary to compare, but more especially to those to which too little attention is generally paid, but which nevertheless play an important part in increasing or decreasing the serviceability of an aeroplane for efficient and safe aerial transport.
(1932), "Essential Points in Civil Aircraft: The Views of the Dutch Fokker Company on the Relative Importance of Various Characteristics", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 4 No. 1, pp. 10-12. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb029497Download as .RIS
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