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Noun1.twin-prop - a propeller plane with an engine that drives two propellers in opposite directions (for stability)twin-prop - a propeller plane with an engine that drives two propellers in opposite directions (for stability)
propeller plane - an airplane that is driven by a propeller
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The Bombardier Dash 8 twin-prop aircraft then circled at 3,800ft for about an hour while the crew tried to resolve the issue.
The type of plane that crashed was a Hawker Beechcraft twin-prop plane, model C90GT, and could carry as many as seven passengers.
The Fairchild Metroliner Mark III plane, a twin-prop US-built and registered plane was heading for Libya, sources said.
The twin-prop Fairchild Metroliner banked to the right and slammed into the ground in a huge fireball soon after lifting off at 7:20 a.
The twin-prop Fairchild Metroliner banked right and hit the ground, causing a huge fireball, at about 7.
The plane, a twin-prop Metroliner, can carry around 10 people.
PTT's aircraft include helicopters, single and twin-prop planes as well as access to business class private jets, and all three schools also have advanced flight simulators, manufactured by the leading flight simulator company, Alsim.
Well, think of yourself as driving a powerboat--a twin-prop, turbo, gas-guzzling boat-ripping up the waters of life and business to get to your destination.
The models are colorful and easy to build, with names like Whirlybird Helicopter, Galactic Glider and Twin-Prop Superstar.
North Star's freight subsidiary Cargo North, is making an impact in the northwest with the arrival last year of two large capacity aircraft, the twin-prop Basler BT-67, a modernized version of the DC-3 aircraft.
The journey here from the UK isn't straightforward - a plane to Barbados, followed by a 50-minute flight on a twin-prop plane to Union Island, and then finally a 10-minute boat ride - but it's certainly worth the effort.
Then I went outside and it sounded to me like one of those twin-prop helicopters coming down .