An Economic Analysis of Aircraft Design

An Economic Analysis of Aircraft Design

Aerodynamics and economics are combined to show the effect on aircraft design of changes in relative prices, especially the price of fuel. Higher capital cost reduces operating cost. Only airlines that operate few miles per year will select cheaper aircraft with high running cost.

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