jet aircraft

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jet aircraft

[′jet ′er‚kraft]
(aerospace engineering)
An aircraft with a jet engine or engines.
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Aviation Partners' designed Winglets are now flying on more than 6,100 individual jet airplanes, and more than 20 airplane types worldwide.
The company has four jet airplanes plus eight older propeller-driven tankers.
In previous stunts Rossy has crossed the English Channel, flown over the Grand Canyon and soared above the scenic Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro, as well as flying in formation with jet airplanes and a Spitfire fighter.
In addition to Air Charter services, PlaneSmart offers aircraft management, shared ownership, flight instruction and maintenance in piston, turbo-prop, and light jet airplanes.
is a thoroughly enjoyable children's DVD showcase of model trains, including brand-new special effects ranging from flying saucers to jet airplanes, ghosts, goblins, and even trains unloading popular brands of mouth-watering candy
AN AIRCRAFT leasing company confirmed an order to buy 100 Airbus A320neo jet airplanes.
PIA also has the Boeing 747, often referred to as Jumbo Jet, is amongst the worlds most iconic and recognizable jet airplanes.
The Bahrain bikers also experienced rides on jet airplanes, buses, donkeys, mules, horses, camels, carts, off-roads 4x4s, powered gliders, propeller planes and hot air balloons as part of the adventure.
In an earlier meeting with Murr, Russian Ambassador to Lebanon Sergei Pukin stressed his country's commitment to move forward with the supply of ten MiG-29 jet airplanes as part of Moscow's policy to reinforce the capabilities of the Lebanese army.
We think we have gravity licked when we soar across continents in jet airplanes.
Staggered by a broken deal with cargo hauler FedEx, ATA Airlines suddenly grounded its fleet of 29 jet airplanes Thursday and closed forever, idling 560 employees in Indianapolis and ending a 35-year run as the hometown air carrier.
Boeing makes some pretty good jet airplanes here, too.