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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Passengers receive 10,000 bonus miles, status or HON Circle miles for each Lufthansa Private Jet flight.
The concept is based on the principle that a private jet flight earns full revenue on a route from one destination to another, but instead of returning empty to the original destination it carries passengers at discounted fares.
Shortly after 2pm yesterday, Royal Jet flight 12 was 45 minutes west of Shannon when the crew reported a person on board was sick.
The ATC soon noticed its mistake and asked the Jet flight to abort take- off.
The special Jet flight had to return to Chaklala airbase soon after it took off Tuesday afternoon as it developed a 'technical snag', sources of the Airport Authority said.
Jeeja Ghosh, a victim of cerebral palsy, had complained to the Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment about being wrongfully off loaded from a Spice Jet flight No.
Sentient Jet will also be sponsoring the Concierge Desk within the Boston Celtics Courtside Club which should provide direct access for VIP guests to book a private jet flight while enjoying a game at the Boston Garden.
Saudi-owned Nas Air jet flight XY 720 departed Beirut airport late Friday and landed Saturday morning in the Saudi capital Riyadh.
The unit acquired from ASLIM SIMULATEURS, France, is the latest addition to the Alsim range and recreates a jet environment: glass cockpit, dual FMS, jet flight model, overhead panel housing complex systems and MPC.
However, the return flights used to be inconvenient, as one would have to halt overnight in Mumbai to take the Jet flight to Bahrain the next morning.
The renowned theoretical physicist, who is almost totally paralysed by motor neuron disease, left his wheelchair behind for the first time in years during the two-hour jet flight that gives passengers 25 second bursts of weightlessness by making parabolic plunges.
Space, here I come", Hawking said yesterday after a two-hour jet flight that creates 25-second bursts of weightlessness for passengers by making parabolic plunges.