twin-jet

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twin-jet

[ˈtwɪnˈdʒet] ADJbirreactor
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Airbus , which has more than 500 orders for the twin-jet aircraft, expanded production in Mobile, Alabama, to serve U.S.
At the top of the range is the EDJ-80, which has forward-swept wings, twin-jet propulsion of up to 80kg thrust, 10kg payload, and a speed range of 100 to 700kmph.
It is a twin-jet narrow-body that could seat between 130 and 230 passengers, based on the variant.
The twin-jet fighter was developed by Russia's Sukhoi and built by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited for the Indian Air Force.
The twin-jet T-38 Talon jet aircraft assigned to Laughlin Air Force Base near Del Rio went down about 14 miles northwest of the base, Fox News network reported on Tuesday.
In addition to the 22 Cirrus SR22 G6 aircraft, Emirates Flight Training Academy has also placed an order for five twin-jet Embraer Phenom 100EV aircraft, becoming the first flight training organisation in the world to use the Phenom 100EV platform for training cadets.
Aside from the two aircraft, Emirates has also placed an order for five twin-jet Embraer Phenom 100EV, becoming the first flight training organisation in the world to use such aircraft for training.
Cessna has delivered more than 470 copies of the light twin-jet Mustang since its introduction in 2006, but in May, the last one rolled off the production line.
The Rafale is a twin-jet fighter aircraft able to operate from both an aircraft carrier and a shore base.
By sunset, NCR's twin-jet gold machines Maurice Sacho Ilustre and Nicole Mea Pamintuan each plucked two swimming golds.
The world's largest twin-jet with a capacity of 314 to 451 passengers, the Boeing 777 is a family of long-range wide-body airplanes.