I do not recall what sort of aeroplane Mr. Hughes had at the time; however, it was quite comfortable, as I recall.
If a third aeroplane is used, it must be placed at an angle that will impart additional acceleration to the air, and so on.
We call her “Antoinette” after the aeroplane, for she makes a noise like the aeroplane when she sings.
He would need one that could sail on the water, and yet float in the air like a balloon or aeroplane.
One aeroplane came so close over the barracks that we could wave to the pilot.
High in the air above the spot where the three boys were standing appeared an aeroplane.
Even as he spoke the Norton aeroplane was wheeled out again.
An aeroplane and its engine are judged by the pilot who uses them.
Once he flapped and flapped his great wings, Soaring like an aeroplane.
The branches also offer a screen for the artillerymen, who can lurk beneath this shelter until the aeroplane has passed.
1866, from French aéroplane (1855), from Greek aero- "air" (see air (n.1)) + stem of French planer "to soar," from Latin planus "level, flat" (see plane (n.1)). Originally in reference to surfaces (such as the protective shell casings of beetles' wings); meaning "heavier than air flying machine" first attested 1873, probably an independent English coinage (see airplane).