Flight International offers hush kits for Learjet 20s

Gilbert, Gordon A.
February 1998
Business & Commercial Aviation;Feb98, Vol. 82 Issue 2, p28
Trade Publication
Reports that installation of Tracor Flight System hush kit on GE-powered Learjet 20s are available from Flight International Incorporated. Features of the kit; Cost of the installation; Amount the kits decrease sideline noise of Learjets to.


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