Aircraft (noun)

A machine that is capable of atmospheric flight, such as an airplane, helicopter, or glider.

Origin:

Derived from the words "air" and "craft", the word "aircraft" was first used in the late 19th century to describe vehicles designed for flight.

Examples:

  1. The aircraft was scheduled to fly from New York to London.
  2. The aircraft industry is one of the largest and most important industries in the world.
  3. She is a skilled pilot and has flown several different types of aircraft.
  4. The aircraft was equipped with the latest navigation and communication technology.
  5. The aircraft was designed to carry a large number of passengers and cargo over long distances.
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