She was escorted to an aircraft gun and told it was protecting the city from American airstrikes.
Surely Congress would say, "No aircraft should crash because of battery fires."
The result is a massive backlog of aircraft that must be repaired.
We landed at Bagram Air Field, just months after the war began, in a C-17 aircraft.
His demeanor, in fact, strangely mimics that of his aircraft: robotic.
The Germans threatened to rescue him, so high walls were built all round so that aircraft could not get near.
It swept toward the dome and dissociated into a myriad specks which were aircraft.
The radio receiver was one of those extraordinarily light and portable ones that are made for aircraft.
In these encounters the British lost three aircraft of various types.
In the course of the first day the enemy's aircraft dropped bombs on our route.
1851, originally in reference to airships and balloons, from air (n.1) + craft (n.); a term from boating, as were many early aviation words. Of airplanes from 1907 and since 1930s exclusively of them. Aircraft carrier is attested from 1919 (H.M.S. Hermes, launched September 1919, was the first ship to be built from the hull up as an aircraft carrier).