Recent Examples of aviation from the Web
To get aviation security right involves everyone playing their role — not just TSA.
Juan Trippe, the autocratic founder of Pan American World Airways who was then the most powerful person in aviation, wanted a single-aisle design with two decks.
The test will come when the negotiations start to tackle different areas of potential cooperation between the U.K. and the EU, such as aviation, financial services and trade in goods, which countries place vastly different degrees of importance on.
Darren Perry, a managing director in the aviation and travel practice at L.E.K. Consulting in Boston, said the decline in fees for airports could become a major problem.
The office will serve as the southwest hub for the firm’s regional automotive, aviation and commercial sectors.
An Alaska company memo obtained by Flight Global, a website covering the aviation and aerospace industries, says all current Virgin airplanes will begin flying as Alaska flights beginning April 25, 2018.
In aviation, airline pilots know that even when the autopilot is controlling their airplane, the pilots still play a crucial role.
Rong was pursuing a PhD in the university's School of Information and had an interest in aviation.
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Origin and Etymology of aviation
First Known Use: 1865See Words from the same year
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