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trijet

(ˈtraɪˌdʒɛt)
n
(Aeronautics) an aeroplane with three engines

tri•jet

(ˈtraɪˌdʒɛt)

n.
an airplane powered by three jet engines.
[1965–70]
Translations

trijet

[ˈtraɪdʒet] Ntrirreactor m
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The event took place in a new hangar dedicated to two Dassault models, the Falcon 5X twin jet, introduced in October 2013, and the ultra-long range Falcon 8X tri-jet, on the market since May 2014.
The three-engined McDonnell Douglas MD-11 never achieved the sales success of its first-generation widebody tri-jet ancestor, the DC-10, primarily because it arrived on the market at a time when ETOPS-equipped 'big twins' were becoming the aircraft of choice for airlines.
China is the second largest market for the tri-jet, after the United States.
The famous S-shaped inlet duct for the middle engine of Boeing's tri-jet 727 required a lot of engineering attention to minimize inlet distortion for happy engine operation.
Twenty Falcon 900LXs have been delivered since the latest version of the storied large cabin tri-jet line was certified in July 2010, Dassault said.
The tri-jet offers flexible range, a large and comfortable cabin interior, efficient and economical performance as well as advanced technology based on Dassault's military heritage.
Large tri-jet aircraft, such as the DC-10 and Lockheed Tri-Star became regular visitors, and the biggest highlight for many years was the first arrival of Concorde, an Air France aircraft arriving on August 2, 1986, in very windy conditions.
In January, Triverus is launching a breakaway company, Tri-Jet Precision Cutting, to both produce the vehicle and provide this niche service to others in the state.
This tri-jet with its third engine set in the tail was the first jet to be equipped with a fully automated landing system.
The McDonnell Douglas tri-jet was carrying 315 passengers and crew but amazingly all but two survived the horrific landing in the howling gale.