Recent Examples of airliner from the Web
On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Robert Alexander and his father, Raymond, both had the day off – until two airliners crashed into the World Trade Center towers.
This new technology has been embraced by more and more airliners.
At issue for the airliner is whether the hernia caused Nazem Amine's heart condition — a question that is still pending before a workers' compensation board.
The 747-400 carrier aircraft, previously operated as an airliner by Virgin Atlantic, landed yesterday at Long Beach Airport near Virgin Orbit's headquarters.
The takeoff and landing from JWA were unique, Agullo said, because JWA closely incorporates both commercial airliners and general aviation in its everyday operation.
Chicago's Boeing, for example, pays more in Washington, where the company builds and delivers most of its airliners, spokesman Chaz Bickers said.
Struck by a missile at cruising altitude, the airliner, a Boeing 777, broke apart and scattered bodies and debris over fields and villages in eastern Ukraine.
Likewise, if Trump were to stop tweeting, CNN would have to go back to covering missing Malaysian airliners.
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Definition of airliner for English Language Learners
: a large airplane used for carrying passengers
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