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The forwardmost part of the cowling is called the Nose Bowl. On most modern airplanes it's made of fiberglass, and attached to the adjacent aluminum of the main cowling with rivets designed for composite to aluminum joints. On most planes the nose bowl is split in two along with the rest of the cowling, so the upper half is part of the top cowl and the ...


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Although the meaning might be different depending on context it most likely means "passengers passing through a stop without leaving" ("pax" is shorthand for "passengers", "thru" is shorthand for "through") So if you have a flight from A to B and then to C and you have passengers flying from A to B and also ...


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