From: email@example.com (Jay Vassos-Libove) Organization: Digital Equipment Corporation, Atlanta Customer Support Center Date: 04 May 93 11:22:56 PDT Followups: 1
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[ I know this isn't exactly technical discussion, suited for sci.aeronautics, but it seems like good meta-discussion for those of us who desire to get more involved with the technical details, but don't have direct access to the industry. -Jay ] I'm interested in learning more about big aircraft (passenger jets, the cargo versions used by e.g. Federal Express and UPS)... How does one go about finding written and/or videotaped information, without reading through thousands of pages of technical journals, and without spending too much money? Would it be possible to get close-up looks at the craft, be able to walk around them, inside the non-passenger areas? Talk to maintenance people, pilots, etc etc. Thanks for your suggestions! -- Jay Vassos-Libove firstname.lastname@example.org Digital Equipment Corporation decwrl!alf.dec.com!libove Atlanta Customer Support Center Opinions? They're mine, mine, all mine! Alpharetta, Georgia and D.E.C. Can't have 'em!