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  • His plane (a single-engined UC-64 Norseman, USAAF serial 44-70285) departed from RAF Twinwood Farm in Clapham, Bedfordshire and disappeared while flying over the English Channel.

    Five People Who Disappeared Off The Face Of The Earth | myFiveBest

  • The aircraft is single-engined, propeller driven and designed for private and general aviation use.

    Beautifull planes | My[confined]Space

  • The logbooks of Royal Air Force navigator Fred Shaw recorded that he saw a small, single-engined monoplane spiraling out of control and crashing into the water.

    Five People Who Disappeared Off The Face Of The Earth | myFiveBest

  • Their successes were rewarded with the arrival of six brand-new Mark I Hawker Hurricanes, a single-engined, highly maneuverable fighter, whose fuselage, though still covered with doped linen, was constructed from modern high-tensile steel rather than the wood of the Gladiators.


  • It is single-engined, supersonic, and stealthy, meaning it possesses a very small radar signature that makes it hard to detect.

    The Nature of Technology

  • It would be so much easier if I could believe the official story that a few hijackers with boxcutters and some perfunctory flight training on single-engined planes could have hijacked four large airliners, silenced the crews, turned off transponders, and then expertly guided two of them into the Twin Towers.

    Why I still question 911

  • On board the single-engined Cessna were the South African pilot, his wife, and the co-pilot, a dual French and Canadian citizen.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • There is actually another Cessna in Last Thing, single-engined, "flying low, dropping a roll of toilet paper over a mangrove clearing, the paper streaming and looping as it catches on the treetops, the Cessna gaining altitude as it banks to retrace its flight path."

    The Black Album

  • 'Full opposite rudder, stick forward, full opposite rudder,' and stamping hard down with his left foot, and I remembered that 'stick forward, full opposite rudder' brought a single-engined aeroplane out of a spin, and I didn't know if it made the asymmetric wildness of a dead twin-engine better or worse.

    Second Wind

  • Kris's aeroplane, a low-winged single-engined Piper Cherokee, was approximately thirty years old.

    Second Wind


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