twin-jet

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twin-jet

[ˈtwɪnˈdʒet] ADJbirreactor
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ANA) had reportedly delayed a flight from Tokyo's Haneda airport to Frankfurt for about one hour and 40 minutes on Wednesday after finding a problem in the wiring of a fire extinguisher for an engine on one of its Boeing 787 Dreamliner twin-jets.
The two sides have signed an exclusive 'by-the-hour' agreement covering three of the twin-jets for a five-year period.
The company also announced an order for 18 A310 twin-jets valued at pounds 36.
Etihad has chosen the Trent 900 for its new fleet of four Airbus A380 'super jumbos' and the Trent 700 for its 12 A330 twin-jets.
Virgin Atlantic has had a long-standing relationship with Airbus which Boeing has tried to break up by attempting to sell its 777 twin-jets as an alternative to the Airbus A340, reports Reuters.
American will receive 24 737-800s this year and currently operates seven of the advanced twin-jets.
Horizon will operate 62-seat Fokker F-28 twin-jets on the new route.
Alliance says it is taking eight twin-jets from a European company but has not identified which.
The current generation 737-300 is among the quietest and most fuel- efficient twin-jets in the world.
The airline operates a fleet of five 108-seat Boeing 737 twin-jets.
It has signed a memorandum of understanding for the twin-jets, five of which will be A330-300s.
The current generation 737-300 is among the quietest and most fuel-efficient twin-jets in the world.