• WordNet 3.6
    • n twinjet a jet plane propelled by two jet engines
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In news:

Spectrum Aeronautical has delayed first flight of its S.40 Freedom lightweight midsize twinjet to late next year.
Spain has approved loans worth up to $520 million for subcontractors working on the Airbus A350 XWB twin-aisle twinjet or on its Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engine.
SyberJet Aircraft plans to resume production of the SJ30 light twinjet in 2014 with a new glass-panel cockpit called "SyberVision," with core avionics supplied by Honeywell.
The Boeing Airplane Company launched its 737 Twinjet commercial jetliner program in the mid-1960s not knowing how many sales it would ultimately generate.
Honda Aircraft has started the production line for its $4.5 million HondaJet entry-level twinjet, the company announced yesterday at the NBAA Convention.
Cessna Citation 501, Coatzacoalcos, Mexico, Oct 6, 2010 –The Mexican-registered twinjet vanished from radar soon after takeoff from Minatitlan Airport en route to Veracruz.
Irkut is pursuing its ambition of capturing a 10-percent share in the world market for narrowbody airliners by funding its new MC -21 twinjet largely from funds earned from fighter sales.
Customer deliveries of the new twinjet will commence by year-end, according to Gulfstream .
An Eclipse spokesman told AIN that "very few, if any" Eclipse 500 buyers asked to have their deposits refunded after learning of a price increase for the very light twinjet on May 11.
Among the visible changes in the new twinjet is the addition of winglets, which Ernest acknowledged as new aerodynamic territory for Cessna.