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aeroplane

(US and Canadian), airplane
a heavier-than-air powered flying vehicle with fixed wings
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The aeroplane swerved into a straight course from its last curve and followed.
"The aeroplanes were equally as inventive with children using their imagi-nations and skills to come up with some exceptional designs.
The new airport would posses the international status which will be run under open sky policy, he said adding during the development process of the new airport, the existing airport's capacity would also be enhanced by making it capable of transporting big aeroplanes.
Aviation experts say aircraft makers will radically redesign aeroplanes to look more like common bean pods.
Demand for MRO services is growing due to an increase in the number of aeroplanes flying in the region.
HAVING watched City in the Sky recently on the television, I was amazed that at anytime during a 24-hour time frame, there are 100,000 aeroplanes in the sky in that period.
Emirates is currently the world's largest operator of the 777 with about 160 of the aeroplanes in its fleet.
Al-Baker noted that "aeroplanes don't get certified if there are any issues relating to their safety." "And 737 MAX actually is not a completely brand new aeroplane.
"We're looking at it as a middle-of-the-market aeroplane; an aeroplane that would be larger and more capable in terms of range than the 737s and the A320s out there, and smaller and less costly than today's wide-body aeroplanes," he said.
Captain Patrick Gordon MSc, General Manager, GI Aviation, even pointed to UAE- specific regulation that makes it illegal for single engine aeroplanes to operate after dark, from which GI Aviation has been successful in acquiring a complete exemption.
Regarding private aeroplanes, the chief justice issued direction to the director-general Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Karachi to produce record of private aeroplanes.