trijet


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trijet

An aircraft propelled by three jet engines.
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The big trijet 8X can fly non-stop from New York to Abu Dhabi or Abu Dhabi to Adelaide, yet is still capable of landing at restricted airports like Gstaad and Lugano, Switzerland, that are typically inaccessible to large business jets.
Bogar, "Integration and vehicle performance assessment of the Aerojet "TriJet" combined-cycle engine," in 16th AIAA/DLR/DGLR International Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technologies Conference, pp.
The big trijet 8X can fly non-stop from New York, US, to Abu Dhabi, UAE, or Abu Dhabi to Adelaide, Australia, yet is still capable of landing at restricted airports like Gstaad, Switzerland, and Lugano, Switzerland, that are typically inaccessible to large business jets, said a statement.
"We're extremely pleased that South African Airways has chosen the 777 over its quad and trijet competitors," said Seddik Belywnani, Boeing Vice President of International Sales.
The centerpiece of the USD60 million project is a new 250,000 square foot hangar earmarked for Dassault's latest two models - the Falcon 8X ultra long range trijet and the Falcon 5X very large body twin.
Certification of the PW307D, P&WC's latest engine, follows the Falcon 8X trijet's successful first flight in February.
The second aircraft has joined the Falcon 8X flight test campaign as the ultra long range trijet continues to pass key development milestones.