Examples of aircraft in a Sentence
a company that manufactures aircraft
Recent Examples of aircraft from the Web
For example, only one U.S. company now makes the type of aluminum needed for military aircraft.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said there was a threat, noting that only one U.S. company now produces a high-quality aluminum alloy needed for military aircraft.
The impact drove the aircraft’s motor three feet into the ground.
The company, founded in 1970 as Western Avionics, had been owned by Mike Manclark, who plans to restore old aircraft and focus on philanthropy.
The carbon fiber cargo box is revolutionary, applying a material usually seen in race cars and aircraft to a pickup’s defining component: the box that hauls everything from mulch to motorcycles.
In many ways AVs are more complex than aircraft, says Deborah Bruce of the NTSB, because they are closely surrounded by other things that move in unpredictable ways.
Tony Fernandes, chief executive officer at AirAsia Group, discusses full-year earnings, the sale of the leasing company, purchasing more aircraft and his outlook for entering the Chinese market.
In the latest frightening example of cockpit problems in high-performance military aircraft, the Navy is investigating a recent incident in which the cockpit temperature of an EA-18G Growler reportedly plunged to minus 30 degrees Fahrenheit.
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First Known Use of aircraft
AIRCRAFT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aircraft for English Language Learners
: a machine (such as an airplane or a helicopter) that flies through the air
AIRCRAFT Defined for Kids
Definition of aircraft for Students
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