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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.
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.
In fact, by the end of 2018, the register held within it over 260 aeroplanes, a figure which doubled from the one in 2012 and 52 new aeroplanes were registered in 2017 only.
ISLAMABAD -- The chief justice of Pakistan on Friday took suo motu notices of Asma rape and murder case, and of landing and take-off of private aeroplanes on all airports in Pakistan.
The German delegation will check security measures at every stage inside terminals up to when passengers enter the aeroplanes, in addition to security measures followed to secure the cargo area.
So you could almost say that the older aeroplanes are actually safer because they do pay a lot of attention to the history of the aeroplanes and what they've been doing all of their career.
This week, Model Aeroplanes from Dundee signed to Island Records.
Basel, Dhu-AlQa'dah 8, 1436, Aug 23, 2015, SPA -- One pilot was reported dead after two aeroplanes from a German stunt flying group crashed at a Swiss air show, according to local police.
More than 11,600 commercial aeroplanes (707, 727, 737 and 757) or about 30 per cent of the worldwide fleet flying today were built in Renton.
Qatar ordered two of the new generation air-to-air refuelling aeroplanes for its air force earlier this year and the UAE and Saudi Arabia also use the aeroplane.
Airbus hopes to finalise sales with regional governments for sales of several A330 Multi Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) aeroplanes, used for aerial fuelling.
According to Mr Morgan, Speer was charged in 1941 with overseeing four game-changing Nazi projects - the atomic bomb, nuclear power, jet aeroplanes and rocket missiles.