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airliner

a large passenger aircraft
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intercepting an airliner bound for Hawaii on Wednesday after a passenger
The effectiveness of Airliner as a thermal barrier is due to its unique patented construction.
Bombardier Aerospace has announced that it has received a signed firm order for 10 Bombardier Q400 high-speed turboprop airliners.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE - Thirteen California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, students and an Air Force C-17 transport took part in a study aimed at designing quieter airliners.
Airbus Broughton was one of the sites chosen for the launch of a new collection of Airliner stamps.
The SAS MD-87 airliner, with 104 people on board, 56 foreigners and 48 Italians, was about to take-off in thick fog when a small Cessna aircraft crossed in front of it.
Boeing unveiled a radical new airliner design in March, and European rival Airbus Industrie soon shot back with its own concepts of planes that would perform better than today's standard models and look a lot different.
Boeing has already begun taking advance orders for the BBJ-2, an even bigger, more expensive executive airliner, based on the larger 737-800, which is now under development.
A smarter alternative to traditional foam packing solutions, AirLiner not only provides superior insulation, but also protects and cushions 400 percent better than Styrofoam to provide an eco-friendly packaging solution.
Freudenberg has developed an innovative solution Airliner technology.
Airbus A350 XWB airliner is on hold until shareholders in parent firm EADS settle differences over how to fund the USD$10 billion project, industry sources said.
Under Boeing's ill-fated bid, the company would have used modified versions of its 767 airliner, affecting jobs in St.