twin-jet

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twin-jet

[ˈtwɪnˈdʒet] ADJbirreactor
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The order mainly covers 22 single-piston engine Cirrus SR22s and 5 twin-jet Embraer Phenom 100E, valued at around $39 million at list prices.
ClipperJet's aircraft fleet consists of Gulfstream IV (G4) twin-jet aircraft capable of making the transcontinental flight from Los Angeles to New York to in just over four hours.
ClipperJet has chosen the Gulfstream IV (G4) twin-jet aircraft because of its impeccable quality and safety record in private and business aviation.
The Beechcraft Premier I model twin-jet, which was expected to land at South Bend Regional Airport, clipped two separate houses before becoming lodged inside of a third.
The twin-jet plane is designed to fill the gap in Embraer's lineup between the Phenom and the Legacy 600/650.
Talarion is an advanced twin-jet unmanned air vehicle (UAV) system developed by EADS to meet the requirements of France, Germany and Spain for a fully autonomous Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance (ISTAR) airborne platform.
The pilots of the twin-jet, bound for Antigua, had intended to depart from the southwestern end of runway 07 - the 'A' intersection - at St Kitts' Bradshaw International Airport.
The Trent XWB is being developed specifically for the Airbus A3 50 XWB twin-jet and it is expected to be available for deliveries from mid-2013.
Airbus has also faced problems with its new A350 twin-jet.
Air New Zealand will use the Trent 1000 twin-jet to power its two Boeing Dreamliner 7E7 aircraft.
The twin-jet airplane will have a capacity of 200 to 300 passengers and a total of 35% of the aircraft's body will be produced by Mitsubishi Heavy, Kawasaki Heavy and Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.
Training in Great Britain also affords the students the unique opportunity to fly the Jaguar (above right), a supersonic twin-jet, tactical support and advanced training aircraft.