[ UK /ˈe‍əwɜːði/ ]
[ US /ˈɛɹˌwɝði/ ]
  1. (of aircraft) fit to fly
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How To Use airworthy In A Sentence

  • Crews were even dispatched to determine if any of the aircraft could be made airworthy.
  • Spitfire restorations to airworthy status have notoriously exceeded initial estimates of timing and cost, irrespective of start point condition.
  • Maintenance at these forward locations was limited to the quick-turnaround type of work aimed at keeping a maximum number of aircraft airworthy.
  • This has helped return the aircraft to an airworthy condition earlier than anticipated.
  • An unfortunate ailment aids Kauffman in battle, but his celebration is short lived, as the unit is running low on airworthy planes and pilots alike. Marvel Comics Solicitations for May 2008 | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News
  • As examples of my will not to send aircrew up in unairworthy jets, on one occasion I refused to remove the chocks or disconnect my headset on a running jet, despite the Sqn Ldr in the back yelling at me to do so. Police Investigate MP’s Expenses « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • Today, FABA has over 70 airworthy biplanes of all types.
  • His maintenance person, an active-duty Navy petty officer, was to be the noncom in charge of keeping the aircraft airworthy until more parts and personnel could be flown in. Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile
  • Remember that to the FAA, airworthy means that the aircraft meets its type design and that it's in a condition for safe operation.
  • The event is dedicated to the recognition of excellence in the preservation and restoration of vintage aircraft in airworthy condition.
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