Recent Examples of cockpit from the Web
Personal storage was limited in the cockpit with small door pockets, a small square deep console cubby, a small bin under the center stack, and another very small tray in front of the console cubby.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department would like to remind the community that shining a laser into the cockpit of an aircraft can temporarily blind a pilot, jeopardizing the safety of everyone on board.
Next, Will and Kate went to the Airbus factory, where Kate tried on a VR headset and sat in the cockpit of a plane.
Sailors claimed to have seen enemy cockpit lights, and searchlights across the water.
Kochenash said when the pilots left the cockpit they were told by a flight attendant that everyone else was out of the plane.
The little shark-shaped, one-person fighter pods at the rear of the cockpit are too far apart, with too much glossy floor space between them.
Back in the 1970s and ‘80s, with drivers in F-16 fighter jet cockpits racing hydroplanes powered by Vietnam-era Chinook helicopter engines, the regatta drew close to 100,000 spectators to this Indiana town of 13,000.
Airlines have resisted the effort as unnecessary after cockpit doors were hardened in the aftermath of Sept. 11.
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First Known Use of cockpit
COCKPIT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cockpit for English Language Learners
: the area in a boat, airplane, etc., where the pilot or driver sits
COCKPIT Defined for Kids
Definition of cockpit for Students
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