[air-uh-naw-ti-kuh l, -not-i-kuh or air-uh-naw-tik, -not-ik]
Origin of aeronautical
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Examples from the Web for aeronautical
Who has access to the tarmac side of our airports and other aeronautical facilities?Who’s Minding the Planes? Airlines’ Overlooked Security Risk
William J. McGee
July 21, 2012
Aeronautical engineering has become one of the recognized professions.Meteorology
Charles Fitzhugh Talman
Baumann was already noted for his work as an aeronautical engineer.Zeppelin
The only firm which has in Belgium the speciality of aeronautical patents.
Prominent figure in German aeronautical and aviation circles.
If you want to build an airplane, go to an aeronautical engineer.Test Pilot
David Goodger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- of or relating to aeronauts or aeronautics
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