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T/ETest Equipment
T/EThermoelectric
T/ETransient Event
T/ETable of Equipment
T/ETransporter Erector
T/ETwin-Engined Aircraft
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"Whilst we watched the twin-engined aircraft bank steeply to the left, with smoke coming from its right engine, it seemed to level off and climb slightly, before dropping steeply down to the left."
The board, made from the mid section of the Dornier 215 twin-engined aircraft, lists the names and pilots from 611 (West Lancs) Squadron with their victories.
This series of twin-engined aircraft, powered by 600-hp.
The twin-engined aircraft was moved from Bubbenhall Road in Baginton into a hangar at the airport on Saturday afternoon.
Yesterday, with only his pilot for company, Henry Cecil's stable jockey flew in a four-seater single-engined plane-unlike the twin-engined aircraft involved in Thursday's fatal crash, which happened soon after take-off.
The twin-engined aircraft will join three DA42s and 13 single-engined Cessna 172SP when they enter service this year with the Al Ain, Abu Dhabi-based training provider.
A full alert called ambulance and fire engines to the airport at lunchtime when the pilot of the twin-engined aircraft radioed that one of his engines had failed.
It appears there are two types of Cessna Caravan - the 208 Caravan 1, which has a single engine, and the French-manufactured F406 Caravan 2, a twin-engined aircraft very similar to the Titan.
The Fokker F27 twin-engined aircraft veered off the landing strip at Baginton and kept on going.
The twin- seater, twin-engined aircraft designed by Britain, Germany and Italy, are equipped with either 1000lb or 2000lb laser-guided bombs and also have two air-to-air Sidewinder missiles for defensive use.
The twin-engined aircraft was en route from the US to Shannon when the pilot reported problems.