trijet

noun
tri·jet | \ˈtrī-ˌjet \

Definition of trijet 

: an aircraft powered with three jet engines

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Question: Are trijet aircraft less safe than twin-engine or four-engine aircraft? – Andrew, Scottsdale, Arizona Answer:No. John Cox, USA TODAY, "Ask the Captain: Questions about three-engine jets," 17 June 2018 Each day at noon, French aircraft manufacturer Dassault Falcon flew a solo lap around the circuit in its flagship Falcon 7X trijet. Chris Clarke, Popular Mechanics, "The Business Jet That Thinks It's a Racing Plane," 7 Oct. 2015

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First Known Use of trijet

1967, in the meaning defined above

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