airworthy : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a (of aircraft) fit to fly
- But the 1933-vintage monoplane was admirably airworthy.
- The service also found that making the planes airworthy for subsequent sale was prohibitive (they have had no maintenance since their grounding, and many were damaged by hail, Air .
- Early in September, when all the young bats were airworthy, the population of the grotto doubled to more than 650.
News & Articles
- The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) And EAA Announce Heavy Bombers Weekend
Event In Madison, Wisconsin July 26-28 Features The B-29 Superfortress, B-17 Flying Fortress And B-24 Liberator In an unprecedented and rare gathering of World War II era aircraft the CAF and EAA are joining forces for a ‘Heavy Bombers Weekend’ in Madison, Wisconsin the weekend before EAA AirVenture. The event starts Friday, July 26, 2013 and will feature the world’s only airworthy B-29 ...
June 19, 2013 - The Aero-News Network
- Edward Leigh in Reuters
The story of the MoD's programme to make airworthy eight Chinook Mk3 helicopters......has been one of bad decision-making to the point of irresponsibility,said Edward Leigh, the chairman of parliament's committee on public accounts. "The...
- Bob Ainsworth in Independent
Mr Ainsworth said: "We have reassessed the situation in the light of these developments and concluded that the Nimrod fleet remains airworthy and safe to fly, subject to the measures outlined above."
- Travis Barker in New York Times
In the lawsuit Mr. Barker said that many parts of the plane "were not airworthy" and that the pilots' negligence "was a substantial factor in causing the crash."