twin-engined

twin-engined

adj
(Aeronautics) (of an aircraft) having two engines
Translations

twin-engined

[ˈtwɪnˈendʒɪnd] ADJbimotor

twin-engined

adjzweimotorig

twin-engined

[ˌtwɪnˈɛndʒɪnd] adja due motori
twin-engined aircraft → bimotore m
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Delivery of Europe's largest twin-engined passenger jet to launch customer Qatar Airways had been delayed from late last year to some time next month due to issues with installing business class seats.
Summary: Islamabad is to purchase an undisclosed number of twin-engined helicopters
Nextant Aerospace has announced that it has won US certification for the G90XT twin-engined turboprop, and will start delivering the remanufactured Beechcraft King Air C90 in 2016.
Lufthansa is studying to purchase of long-range Airbus or Boeing twin-engined jets Lufthansa is studying a further purchase of "several dozen" long-range twin-engined jets as it continues to update its fleet, a senior executive said on Tuesday Apr.
Summary: PARIS - European planemaker Airbus suffered a fresh setback to its largest twin-engined jet development, the A350-1000, when it emerged that Etihad Airways had cancelled seven aircraft worth $2.
AgustaWestland AgustaWestland has won an order from the government of Panama for six AW139 helicopters, boosting the sales tally for the medium twin-engined aircraft to more than 470.
He said: "The twin engined aircraft was on quite a low approach to Coventry, on the normal land path, when a smaller aircraft came from the right and the twin-engined aircraft struck it side on, the smaller plane disintegrated immediately, and the right engine of the twin aircraft blew up.
The Royal Air Force of Oman has chosen the new, more powerful engine to power its 20 twin-engined NH90s--the -10/9A engine variant is currently undergoing trials in Oman, operating in 48[degrees]C ambient temperatures.
The 48 ordered engines included 24 for 12 twin-engined Airbus A330-200s, 16 for the four-engined A380s and eight spares, said an Etihad spokesperson.
This spiral-bound volume tells the little-known story of PBM Mariner crews (of which the authors were members) in the Pacific during the last year of WW II, who flew the twin-engined flying boats into hostile territory to rescue downed aircrews.
Experienced flier Patrick Mackey, 52, was killed when the twin-engined Piper Seneca carrying Dettori and fellow jockey Ray Cochrane crashed at Newmarket racecourse.
Sir John was flying a twin-engined private plane into Newcastle Airport when the nose wheel refused to drop.