- air + bus (Wiktionary)
“Commencing in the mid-1960s, a consortium of European aircraft firms began to collaborate in an attempt to break the lock held by American manufacturers on the commercial aircraft market by agreeing to collectively manufacture a low-cost "airbus" to transport smaller numbers of passengers over shorter distances.”
“Today's "airbus" is austere, devoid of anything soft or comfortable.”
“For Leite de Cobra [pt], the way in which the non-arrival of the airbus and supposed disaster has been treated is outrageous:”
“The French airbus that vanished from radar on Sunday on its way from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to Paris, France, has caused much grieving, question marks and, of course, media speculation.”
“Atopthis news we hear that a giant airbus has fallen from the sky, simplydisappeared into the waters below, and those of us who love to travel, and have travelers that we love, shudder with fear.”
“All the top management of airbus and EADS are conscious that this remains a very challenging program.”
“And I must be careful of what I accuse or Mulroney will make a pre-emptive strike on me too and sue as he did in the airbus scandal.”
“Dogs it have to do with the blug? but the blug is the only one who can interfere with the conundrum filled airbus that is between here and the landfall.”
“Imagine having your own immensely beautiful, slightly terrifying, personal airbus.”
“One idea I heard recently was to put an advisor in the business class section of a A380 airbus.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘airbus’.
all of these are from 7 English
dictionaries and Macquarie dictionary
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