turboprop

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n turboprop an airplane with an external propeller that is driven by a turbojet engine
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Usage


In news:

Piedmont Hawthorne has entered into an agreement with Saab Aircraft Leasing (SAL) to market Saab 340 twin-turboprops for corporate shuttle use.
A layer of Saharan dust as seen from a NOAA P-3 turboprop aircraft.
ATR's 1,000th Delivery Confirms Turboprops' Staying Power in Regional Airline Service.
Employees of Thrush Aircraft watch a celebratory flyover by the newly FAA-certified Thrush 510G ag plane with the first General Electric H80 turboprop engine to be sold in a certified aircraft.
Beechcraft Plans Three New Turboprops .
WestJet's 20-plane turboprop purchase worth $683 million US.
Up to this point the only way to get an Epic turboprop was to buy a kit and build it yourself.
Large-cabin jets at turboprop prices.
That represents an impressive $40 million in homebuilt turboprops .
Rick Schrameck's single-engine turboprop has incredible power, performance and payload—and it's a homebuilt.
That's at least 1,000 feet less than any of the jets and equal to or better than the other leading turboprops .
Piper Aircraft delivered its 500th Meridian turboprop single last week.
Engines two 420 shp Allison turboprops.
After more than six years of development, the Evektor EV-55M Outback twin turboprop made its first flight June 24 from the Czech Republic town of Kunovice.
StandardAero has appointed Tom Roche vice president of turboprop business, which includes the Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A and PW100 service lines.
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