Noun(1) old fashioned airplane; has two wings one above the other
(1) The two-seat biplane was the standard basic and primary training aircraft at fields in the United States during the war.(2) Fighter development in Europe was rapidly changing the way American designers were regarding their aircraft and it was obvious the day of the biplane combat aircraft was over.(3) When the biplane was pushed out of the hangar, the incoming tide covered the tidal flat making it necessary to cancel the flight.(4) The craft is a biplane flying boat that is thought to have been designed and built immediately after the Great War.(5) The Wildcat is a cross-over from the biplane to the monoplane fighter.(6) Metal replaced wood in aircraft structures, the monoplane layout replaced the biplane , and a variety of specialized refinements were incorporated in fighter design.(7) The biplane came to rest inverted after the right wing dragged the ground during the attempted off-airport emergency landing.(8) It is intriguing to contemplate that perhaps avian flight, like aircraft evolution, went through a biplane stage before the monoplane was introduced.(9) Grumman created Design 7, which was a single-engine biplane amphibian with landing gear that retracted into its large central float.(10) In rapid sequence, the heavily-loaded single-engine aircraft, seven monoplanes and one biplane , were sent on their way.(11) These are fearless people who are strapped to rigs on the top wing of a 1940s biplane while the aircraft performs a sequence of loops, rolls and turns in front of air show crowds across the country.(12) Airplane designs that have never seen the light of day populate these skies, including dual fuselage, push-driven biplanes with counter-rotating propellers, and zeppelins that behave more like aircraft carriers.(13) In 1914, 4 squadrons went to France with 63 aeroplanes, most of them BE2 biplanes (BlÔö£┬«riot Experimental), made at the Royal Aircraft Factory at Farnborough.(14) At a time when American airliners were all-metal monoplanes, the Navy stuck with biplanes with fabric-covered wings.(15) Whereas WWI happened in the infancy of the airplane when biplanes were the machines of flying combat, WWII was the first war where the evolving plane technology created a full-scale theater of war in the skies above Europe and the Pacific.(16) These aircraft are simply the most beautiful modern biplanes available today, and they are the only roomy round engine sport biplane being built by a manufacturing company.
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