Airfleet

Airfleet

 a group of aircraft, collectively.
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According to a report from Major Chumak, an advisor at the command of the airforce training school, 21 Iakovlev-3 planes taken over from the ninth airfleet were built in 1944 or 1945 in a non-standardized fashion.
Corban was once a Captain in the Crystal City Airfleet and is also a direct descendant of the original Clock Maker responsible for the creation of the clock piece.
(23.) Department of Transportation, "Civil Reserve Airfleet Allocations," Dot.gov, www.dot.gov/mission/administrations/intelligence-security-emergency-response/civil-reserve-airfleet-allocations, March 15, 2013.
After a few decades, true spaceplanes will top jumbos in the airfleet and allow business travelers to commute daily in an hour from one side of Earth to the other.
Between 1990 and 2000, for example, Americans threw away 7 million tons of aluminum cans, enough to rebuild the world's entire commercial airfleet 25 times over.
I attended a presentation by Lufthansa not long ago in which they showed how much more fuel efficient their airfleet is now compared with a decade ago; and then showed the actual performance records.
Swissair on the other hand, a company that has always been known for its quality, actually focused its corporate-wide performance enhancement program on rethinking all the traditional answers in a wide range of areas, such as pricing, logistics and airfleet maintenance.
Jim Blessing, principal of Airfleet Capital, Inc., an aircraft finance broker in Chandler, Arizona, told us that "banks are entering or returning to the aircraft finance market--it's a great environment for buyers." He said that aircraft loan approval rates are back up to where they were in 1997.