Some articles on prototypes, prototype flew, prototype, flew:
... The first of eight prototypes flew on 8 September 1968, a two-seat design fitted with the first production model Adour engine ... The second prototype flew in February 1969 a total of three prototypes appeared in flight at the Paris Air Show that year ... The first French "A" prototype flew in March 1969 ...
... XB-47 Two prototype aircraft ... The configuration of the B-47As was close to that of the initial XB-47 prototypes ... The first B-47B flew on 26 April 1951 ...
... The EMB-312G1 prototype flew for the first time in July 1986 ... A proof-of-concept prototype, the PT-ZTW flew for the first time in September 1991, the aircraft features a 1.37-meter (4.49-ft) fuselage extension with the ... Two new prototypes with PT6A-68A (1.250 Shp) engine were build in 1993 ...
Famous quotes containing the words flew and/or prototype:
“The wanton snow flew to her breast,
Like pretty birds into their nest,
But, overcome with whiteness there,
For grief it thawd into a tear:
Thence falling on her garments hem,
To deck her, froze into a gem.”
—William Strode (1602?1645)
“The Ancient Mariner seizes the guest at the wedding feast and will not let go until he has told all his story: the prototype of the bore.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)