amphibian aircraft


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amphibian aircraft

amphibian aircraft
An aircraft capable of operating from land and water.
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They also brought the amphibian aircraft, two C-130 cargo planes and a maritime open-water search and rescue pontoon aircraft for use during the exercise.
The leaders also reviewed the progress on the US-2 Amphibian Aircraft, a joint production venture, during the meeting which was held for the first time with a restricted session which lasted for 45 minutes, the sources said.
Anniversaries: 1865: Slavery abolished in the United States; 1919: English aviation pioneer Sir John William Alcock died in air crash delivering amphibian aircraft to Paris in bad weather; 1957: Death of author Dorothy L Sayers; 1969: Death penalty for m urder abolished in Britain; 1971: Stan Mellor riding Ouzo at Nottingham became the first National Hunt jockey to ride 1,000 winners; 1994: Russian troops attacked Grozny, Chechnya; 1997: Bill to create Scottish Parliament launched.
Kerala Tourism is set to launch its tourism-oriented seaplane service with an amphibian aircraft just before the peak tourist season is to commence.
The expressed their satisfaction with the holding of the 1st meeting of the Joint Working Group (JWG) on the US-2 amphibian aircraft in December 2013 in Delhi and agreed to hold the 2nd meeting of the JWG in March this year in Japan.
Joint Secretary (East Asia), Ministry of External Affairs, Gautam Bambawale said that there was a possibility of purchase of an amphibian aircraft by India from Japan.
Lake Aircraft parent company Revo has again put all its assets up for sale, hoping to find a buyer which can restart production of its line of single-engine amphibian aircraft and potentially fund development of a new turbine-powered derivative.