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(Aeronautics) trademark a commercial aircraft manufactured and marketed by an international consortium of aerospace companies
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or air′ bus`,

a short-range or medium-range commercial passenger airplane, esp. one that is part of a frequent shuttlelike service between two popular destinations.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - a subsonic jet airliner operated over short distancesairbus - a subsonic jet airliner operated over short distances
airliner - a commercial airplane that carries passengers
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A. Naerobús m
B. CPD airbus service Npuente m aéreo
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[ˈɛərbʌs] nairbus mair-con [ˈɛərkɒn] n (=air conditioning) → clim f air conditioned air-conditioned [ˈɛərkənˌdɪʃənd] (British) adj [room, office, car, coach, train, building] → climatisé(e)air conditioner air-conditioner [ˈɛərkənˌdɪʃər] (British) nclimatiseur mair conditioning air-conditioning [ˈɛərkənˌdɪʃənɪŋ] (British) nclimatisation fair-cooled [ˈɛərkuːld] adjà refroidissement par air
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[ˈɛəˌbʌs] naerobus m inv, airbus m inv
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In 2012, Meggitt raised its pre-tax profit by 12% to GBP362.8m thanks to record output at Airbus SAS and Boeing Co (NYSE:BA) as well as its USD685m (EUR525.5m) buy of generators and electric motors manufacturer Pacific Scientific Aerospace.Country: UKSector: Aerospace/DefenceTarget: Unnamed targetsBuyer: Meggitt PlcType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: BiddingComment: The firm is ready to invest over USD757m.
| TOKYO, Sept 25 (KUNA) -- The European Aircraft maker Airbus SAS and China's largest fuel supplier Sinopec have agreed to work together to develop cleaner jet fuel in China, the state-run China Daily reported Tuesday.
Airbus SAS, the French aerospace company and subsidiary of the Netherlands-based European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company NV (EPA:EAD), is nearing a deal to sell China more than 100 aircraft, according to a published report.
The European Commission authorised, on 16 July, the creation of a joint venture by the French firm Airbus SAS, part of European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company N.V.
26 September 2011 - Danish aircraft parts distributor Satair A/S (CPH:SAT) said today that the takeover offer by European jet maker Airbus SAS, part of aerospace group EADS NV (EPA:EAD), has received final approval by all regulatory authorities.
Summary: Airbus SAS reached a goal of topping 500 orders for its upgraded A320neo aircraft by the end of the Paris Air Show on just the second day of the event as carriers put pressure on Boeing Co.