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light aircraft

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Air
light aircraftˌlight ˈaircraft noun [countable]  TTAa small plane
Examples from the Corpus
light aircraftI remembered that they had never flown in a light aircraft before today.All gliders and light aircraft have to recover satisfactorily with the standard method.For example, Unison Industries kept an advanced electronic ignition system for light aircraft off the market.Probably because of the very much greater stick forces and lower rates of pitch occurring in most light aircraft.Stable reputation Aviation experts said the plane has a reputation as a stable and reliable light aircraft.In the light aircraft groups, there is a similarity of performance.Read in studio Police have now named the three rugby fans who were killed when their light aircraft crashed into a field.
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