- a of or pertaining to aeronautics
- Thus unpretentiously, aeronautic history was made.
- It's a hangar the size of 75 football fields, by volume the world's biggest building, where Detton, 37, an aeronautic mechanic, helps assemble the world's biggest commercial plane.
- Salesman Roosevelt showed a model of the planes (Lockheed "Electras" modified for easy conversion to military use) to a delegation of Russian aeronautic engineers.
News & Articles
- Students at Camarillo aviation academy have eye on the sky
Next generation of airline professionals is learning flying skills in Camarillo at the Youth Aviation Academy, which kicked off its second year of aeronautic academia on Wednesday.
June 21, 2013 - Ventura County Star
- Air France-KLM Confirms Order For 25 A350-900s, Inks Engine MOU With Rolls-Royce
Franco-Dutch airline Air France-KLM (AFRAF, AFLYY) has Wednesday finalized an order for 25 next-generation A350-900 wide-bodied aircraft from Airbus, the aircraft manufacturing subsidiary of European Aeronautic Defence and Space Co. or EADS NV (EADSY, EADSF). The deal, which was announced at the Paris Air Show, is valued at about $7.2 billion at list prices.
June 19, 2013 - RTT News
- Barack Obama in Wall Street Journal
Obama said it was hard for him to believe "that having an American company that has been a traditional source of aeronautic excellence would not have done this job."
- Richard Branson in guardian.co.uk
They're definitely authentic belongings, it was his pilot licence, his driver's licence, it was also a membership card to the National Aeronautic Association which gave Stephen an award,Branson told Sky News. "He also often carried $100...
- Mwai Kibaki in Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
Investment opportunities exist in value addition in agricultural produce, the construction industry, transport and aeronautic operations among other areas,President Kibaki said.