Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Aircraft"

The meaning of "Aircraft" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does commercial aircraft mean?
A: Commercial: intended to make money.
Aircraft: Airplane or any other machine that is able to fly.

Commercial Aircraft is an aircraft with the intended use to make money.
So an example is an airport where they use planes to make money by flying people to the places they need.
Q: What does an aircraft running drugs to Canada mean?
A: "running" = transporting
An aircraft brings drugs to Canada.
Q: What does the earliest aircraft take off and landing sites were in fields or on dirt tracks mean?
A: No tengo tiempo para escribirlo bien pero espero que pueda enterarte el significado. Diría:
"los sitios antiguos de despegue y aterrizaje estaban en campos y pistas de tierra"
Q: What does A remote-controlled aircraft that creeps along at bycicle speeds mean?
A: It moves slowly at the speed of a bicycle

Example sentences using "Aircraft"

Q: Please show me example sentences with aircraft.
A: An aircraft is a vehicle that flys in the sky.

Synonyms of "Aircraft" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between aircraft and airplane ?
A: No real difference; airplane is singular, aircraft can be singular or plural. Airplane is more common, Aircraft sounds a bit formal and technical.

I saw an aircraft. I saw many aircraft. I saw an airplane.
Q: What is the difference between aircraft and airplane and aeroplane ?
A: Aircraft is like vehicle. It is the word for all machines that fly.

A helicopter is an aircraft.



Airplane is American English and Aeroplane is British English. They mean the same.
Q: What is the difference between The aircraft carrier was deployed after North Korea’s nuclear experiments raised tensions in the Sea of Japan. and The aircraft carrier was dispatched after North Korea’s nuclear experiments raised tensions in the Sea of Japan. ?
A: Deploy means when you make use of something in this case it's the aircraft carrier.
Dispatch means when you send something out.
Q: What is the difference between aircraft and airplane ?
A: aircraft could be anything that flys (like a helicopter) but an airplane is only planes
Q: What is the difference between aircraft and airplane ?
A: Aircraft is a category, it includes:
- Airplanes (picture)
- Helicopters
- Gliders
- Airships/dirigibles/blimps
- Drones

Translations of "Aircraft"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? “... In that the aircraft... ” is this structure correct? If so, could you please say it using other words, please?
A: ...because the aircraft involved / due to the fact that....
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “... In that the aircraft... ” is this structure correct? If so, could you please say it using other words, please?
A: "In that the aircraft . . ." is correct. I'll give you alternative phrasings.
**The accident was unusual OWING TO THE FACT that the aircraft . . .
**The accident was unusual BECAUSE the aircraft . . .
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you say aircraft
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how to say aircraft?
A: I hope you were asking for the pronunciation. ^^;

Other questions about "Aircraft"

Q: He is a pilot.
he drives aircraft. does this sound natural?
A: He is a pilot who flies airplanes.
You can actually even omit “who flies airplanes “ as that is what a pilot does.
Q: There is a aircraft in front of tower.
There are two aircraft beside it, that those are face to face. does this sound natural?
A: ‎There is an aircraft in front of a tower.
There are two aircrafts beside it, face to face.
Q: 1. "Even small aircraft occupy a lot of space."

2. "Even small aircraft occupies a lot of space." does this sound natural?
A: 1. Is good
2. You need to add "a" before "small"
Q: It is never easy to design or to manipulate an aircraft, because It involves sophisticated control algorithm. does this sound natural?
A: *algorithms. The sentence is grammatically natural.
Q: two aircrafts does this sound natural?
A: Aircraft generally does not need the 's' to be plural. Two aircraft are appoaching from the west. Two airplanes are appoaching from the west.

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