twin-engined

twin-engined

adj
(Aeronautics) (of an aircraft) having two engines
Translations

twin-engined

[ˈtwɪnˈendʒɪnd] ADJbimotor

twin-engined

adjzweimotorig

twin-engined

[ˌtwɪnˈɛndʒɪnd] adja due motori
twin-engined aircraft → bimotore m
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BOEING's efforts to build the world's largest twin-engined jet, the 777X, continue to be hampered by challenges with General Electric's new GE9X turbine engine, a top Boeing executive said yesterday.
He added: "One of our clients' major requirements over the last 30 years has been speed related - and being able to now run these twin-engined karts certainly offers that.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Qatar Airways said on Monday it was upgrading five of its Airbus A350 jets on order to the largest model, in a boost for the European planemaker's largest twin-engined jet.
Summary: The ill-fated light plane, a twin-engined six-seater Piper PA-23 Apache, which was operated by Lite Air Express, crashed minutes after it took off from the Plaridel airport
Delivery of Europe's largest twin-engined passenger jet to launch customer Qatar Airways had been delayed from late last year to some time next month due to issues with installing business class seats.
Nextant Aerospace has announced that it has won US certification for the G90XT twin-engined turboprop, and will start delivering the remanufactured Beechcraft King Air C90 in 2016.
The European Aviation Safety Agency has officially granted the twin-engined jet Extended Operations of "beyond 180 minutes", but will allow pilots to fly the A350 for up to 370 minutes in the event one engine shuts down.
Summary: PARIS - European planemaker Airbus suffered a fresh setback to its largest twin-engined jet development, the A350-1000, when it emerged that Etihad Airways had cancelled seven aircraft worth $2.3 billion at current list prices.
The engine agreement is intended for the new Rysachok aircraft, a twin-engined, ten-seat general aviation aircraft.
Piaggio is stepping up its sales effort for its P180 Avanti II special missions aircraft as economic conditions continue to squeeze demand for corporate/VIP versions of the twin-engined turboprop.
Fellow rider Ray Cochrane pulled him clear of the blazing twin-engined plane that came down seconds after taking off from Newmarket in June 2000.
He said: "The twin engined aircraft was on quite a low approach to Coventry, on the normal land path, when a smaller aircraft came from the right and the twin-engined aircraft struck it side on, the smaller plane disintegrated immediately, and the right engine of the twin aircraft blew up.