A Window Into Business Jets

For several decades, cabin windows have been made from stretched acrylic, a type of plastic. They consist of two panes--an outer one built to withstand four times maximum cabin pressure, and an inner, redundant pane that will perform the same job if the outer one fails--plus a scratch pane nearest...
Kirby Harrison

Kirby Harrison is a freelance writer for The Weekly of Business Aviation, Business & Commercial Aviation and others in the Informa publishing chain.

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