1969-02-01

Advanced Technology in Airline Passenger Services 690674

This paper discusses the impact of airline transportation on the business and leisure worlds, the demand for greater effectiveness in servicing larger numbers of passengers each year, and the need for more stringent public health measures in the preparation, storage and service of foods. Technical advancements, particularly in low temperature storage as a solution toward meeting the high and low temperature requirements of the U. S. Public Health Service and Western Air Lines operating experience with cryogenic cooling of galleys on their 707, 727, and 737 fleets are reviewed.

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