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- n. Attributive form of glass cockpit
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This is about as close to an aeronautic, glass-cockpit design as has appeared in the mass market, and it will definitely sell some cars.
The technologically advanced, composite, glass-cockpit airplane can cover more than 1,000 nautical miles at a stretch, reach true speeds of more than 180 knots, and an altitude of
Perhaps pilots who have been trained from the start in automated glass-cockpit aircraft have a different perception of aviation and a shallower understanding of aerodynamics.
Certified to be flown by a single pilot, the Mustang features state of the art engines delivering speeds of up to 340kts as well as the latest in large-format glass-cockpit flight displays, easing pilot workload, all while passengers relax in one of the largest cabins in its class.