Re: airplane wings
On 727s specifically, I don't know. But on KC-135s (a Boeing 707), 737s,
and the Lockheed cargo series, it is so stenciled. The skin is
surprisingly thin on all aircraft and "they" are afraid that someone
will step on a space between ribs. There usually is a 2-3 foot wide
area on top of the wing where support personnel can do their thing. I
do suppose that the spars can be accessed and a mechanical attachment
for level beams to be attached. Hmmmm....
Anton Sherwood wrote:
> Ron Stevens writes:
> > You cannot use the wings as decks: they have "NO STEP"
> > stenciled all over them.
> On the flaps, yes, but on the structural part of the wing?
> Anton Sherwood *\\* +1 415 267 0685 *\\* DASher at netcom dot com
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Dept of Environmental Studies
University of West Florida
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