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airliner

a large passenger aircraft
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THY was one of a few airliners reaching a 10 percent margin of profit during the global financial crisis," he said.
intercepting an airliner bound for Hawaii on Wednesday after a passenger
The May 27th issue of Newsweek notes that a June 1994 "Pentagon-commissioned report conclude[d] that religious terrorists could hijack commercial airliners and crash them into the Pentagon or the White House." (Indeed, that same month saw publication of Tom Clancy's novel Debt of Honor, which concludes with a kamikaze strike on the U.S.
The court disregarded the contention of the two collection arms of the government that the airliner was required to pay excise tax under Section 12 (a) of the Tax Code as well as the memorandum issued by the Department of Energy (DOE) that the Jet A-1 Fuel was available in the local market.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.s new airliner is testing the skies just as rivals are moving to sell off their manufacturing operations for jets with up to 160 seats.
The airliner that combines the latest technical solutions allows flying longer distances.
Boom is building a Mach 2.2 airliner - the fastest civil aircraft ever made - capable of operating at current subsonic business class fares.
Earlier this year, Boom debuted its supersonic passenger airliner, slated to enter service in 2023, to audiences in the Middle East.
According to a statement by PIA spokesman, Danyal Gilani, "The national airliner, the aircraft was diverted to Manchester as its toilets got choked due to something solid thrown by passengers."
WHAT do you do if you're building an airliner's wings in one country and its body in another and you need to bring the pieces together to make the airliner?
Between 1968 and 1972, airliner hijackings were commonplace around the world, occurring almost weekly in the United States alone.
British Airways and easyJet have suspended flights to Sharm el-Sheikh until January, amid claims a Russian airliner had been downed by a terrorist bomb.

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