single-engined

single-engined

adj
(Aeronautics) (of an aircraft) having only one engine
Translations

single-engined

[ˌsɪŋglˈendʒɪnd] ADJmonomotor

single-engined

[ˌsɪŋglˈɛndʒɪnd] adjmonomotore
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The single-engined Piper Cherokee was approaching the westerly runway at the airport at Dinas Dinlle at about 11.25am on a flight from the north west of England.
Hawker Beechcraft Beechcraft conducts survey on single-engined turboprop.
The man was forced to down the single-engined light aircraft just moments after take-off into grass to the side of the runway.
Although the F-35 is single-engined, it is the West's standard-bearer as was the CF-104 in 1961, an untouchable aerial platform.
The pilot, who had been flying his single-engined aircraft from Canada to England, diverted to Shannon Airport, Co Clare.
The single-engined aircraft was carrying four adults and one child from Germany.
Military jets had been scrambled after the small single-engined plane began circling over the centre of the city, its red and white lights blinking on and off in the darkness several hundred metres above the skyscrapers in Germany's financial capital.
The single-engined Cessna 152 developed engine failure during the lesson in the skies above the Gower peninsula yesterday afternoon.
In the third accident, a man died at the controls of his single-engined Second World War fighter when it overturned on landing at Sywell Airport, Northamptonshire.
The 43-year-old pilot and his passenger were killed instantly when the single-engined Jet Provost, a former RAF training plane, crashed in a field near Woolaston, Gloucestershire, minutes after take-off.
Meanwhile, the US airframer has delivered its 9,000th Independence, Kansas-produced single-engined piston aircraft following handover of a 182T Skylane to a private owner earlier this month.
WRECKAGE: Crumpled remains of plane in Co Galway and, inset, fire crew at scene yesterday; MODEL: Centre Est single-engined plane

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