Definition of "twinjet" [twinjet]

  • An aircraft powered by two jet engines. (noun)

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Use "twinjet" in a sentence
  • "The MS-21 twinjet, which is still under development, is to replace the aging Tu-154, which currently accounts for the lion's share of passenger traffic in Russia and the CIS."
  • "In advance of this rulemaking, Bombardier has decided to implement automatic, outward popping over-wing exit doors on its new CSeries twinjet, which is expected to enter into service in the latter part of 2013."
  • "This latest footage shows the progress that Boeing is making with its delayed twinjet, which is scheduled to make its first flight around the end of April."