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Class Information
Number: 244/48O
Name: Aeronautics >

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
244/100R Landing gear 182
244/110R Retarding and restraining devices 66
244/114R Landing field arrangement 163
244/117R Aircraft structure 263
244/138R Safety lowering devices 128
244/153R Kites 243
244/158.1 Spacecraft 239
244/1R Miscellaneous 422
244/2 Composite aircraft 207
244/24 Aircraft, lighter-than-air 57
244/3.1 Missile stabilization or trajectory control 552
244/34R Aircraft sustentation 16
244/4R Aircraft, heavier-than-air 18
244/50 Aircraft propulsion and steering on land or water 193
244/51 Aircraft, steering propulsion 40
244/53R Aircraft power plants 271
244/62 Aircraft propulsion 86
244/75.1 Aircraft control 206
244/900 Lightweight, winged, air vehicle (e,g,. ultralight or hang glider) 42
244/905 Inflatable evacuation slide 78

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued

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