Date: 05 Nov 97 23:41:56 From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Louis A. Ramsay) Organization: Netcom References: 1 2
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In <airliners.1997.2541@ohare.Chicago.COM> email@example.com (Edward Hahn) writes: >In article <airliners.1997.2482@ohare.Chicago.COM>, firstname.lastname@example.org (JAK1959) wrote: >>Could someone please inform me as to where the reference point >>is that body stations are measured from on commercial aircraft? > >It depends on the aircraft. Some aircraft even have the reference >point in front of the radome by several inches. If I recall correctly, the datum point for the Lockheed L1649 was 30 inches forweard of the nose of the radome. Lou.