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trijet

An aircraft propelled by three jet engines.
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More than 50 Falcons have been delivered to customers in the region over the last decade, most of them large cabin Falcon 7X and 900 trijets.
Boeing delivered the first of the cargo trijets to the operator in May.
Since its launch, the Boeing 777 has replaced the older 747-200/-300 classics and the MD-11 and L-1011 Trijets, and OkilledO the Airbus A340 in 2011.
Saudia Private Aviation, the business aviation arm of Saudi Arabian Airlines, flies four of the advanced trijets, making it the largest 7X operator in the region.
12 of the advanced trijets are currently in service in the region.
Two Falcon models, the 7X and 900LX trijets will be on display.
The Boeing 777, since its launch, has replaced the older 747-200/-300 classics, the MD-11 and L-1011 Trijets, and has OkilledO the Airbus A340 in 2011.