- adj. Of or pertaining to the scientific study of flight
- adj. of or pertaining to aeronautics
- aero- + nautical (Wiktionary)
“The 9-year-old went on to get a degree in aeronautical engineering.”
“After graduating from Ohio State University with a degree in aeronautical engineering in 1959, he was commissioned as a Navy ensign and served as a damage control assistant and engineer officer on the destroyer USS Decatur.”
“He received a second bachelor's degree, in aeronautical engineering, from the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, Calif., and a master's degree in nuclear engineering from what is now Iowa State University.”
“Judging from the transatlantic destinations of the Celtic nations 'international airports, Wales is woefully far behind in aeronautical efforts to promote or strengthen links with its Americam diaspora.”
“They ran a fleet of Cessna 152s -- tiny two-seater aircrafts with less elbowroom than a GEO Metro and in aeronautical terms, about the same capabilities.”
“In 1992 a young South African named David Vos was preparing for his Ph.D. in aeronautical engineering at MIT.”
“Thereafter my original interest in aeronautical engineering was in heavy competition with physical science.”
“He had become interested in aeronautical engineering and flying after joining ROTC, and after graduating he received his wings at Webb AFB, Big Spring, Texas.”
“The catastrophe created consternation in German aeronautical circles.”
“Fifthly, facilities for education in aeronautical engineering and air engineering, and air mechanics, to be created in Canada.”
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