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However, factors such as rising production cost, unavailability raw materials, and increasing inflation rate, pose vital threat to the growth of aircraft arresting system market.
The task order has a performance period of one base year plus two optional years, the company said and added that the work includes provision of all transportation, management, labour and selected equipment for electrical power production and its distribution to the different base facilities and the airfield lighting system, besides, training of air force personnel on the aircraft arresting systems installed on the airfield.
Following that accident, The NTSB issued Safety Recommendation A-87-37, which recommended that the FAA: "Initiate research and development activities to establish the feasibility of soft-ground aircraft arresting systems and promulgate a design standard, if the systems are found to be practical." The FAA agreed to determine the feasibility of, and develop criteria for, the design of soft-ground arresting systems and in 1994, the FAA, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANY&NJ) and Engineered Arresting Systems Corporation (ESCO), a manufacturer of military aircraft arresting systems, entered into a cooperative research and development agreement (CRDA) to develop the prototype arrestor bed for runway 4R at JFK.
Renders intermediate and depot-level repair support on power generation, electrical distribution and aircraft arresting systems, as well as technical support for heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems.
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