Definition of Overwing. Meaning of Overwing. Synonyms of Overwing

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Definition of Overwing

Overwing
Overwing O`ver*wing", v. t. To outflank. [Obs.] --Milton.

Meaning of Overwing from wikipedia

- encountered at the overwing exits. The left overwing exit was blocked by smoke and flames. The p****enger seated at the right overwing exit had difficulty...
- two types of overwing exits (excluding the full-sized door on the likes of the Boeing 747 and Boeing 777, which is not considered an overwing exit - referred...
- of two methods: overwing or underwing. Overwing fueling is used on smaller planes, helicopters, and all piston-engine aircraft. Overwing fueling is similar...
- number of overwing exits was reduced from four to two. High-density A319s, such as 156-seat aircraft used by easyJet, retain four overwing exits. The...
- commercial airliner that is next to an emergency exit. Exit rows may be next to overwing exits or full-sized exit doors. Since p****engers seated in an exit row...
- Most 767-200 and -200ER models have one overwing exit door for emergency use; an optional second overwing exit increases maximum allowable capacity...
- and speed along with aerial reconnaissance and ground-attack capability. Overwing fuel tank ****ings were installed in the F6 variant and offered an extended...
- seconds of the commencement of an evacuation, and p****engers seated in overwing exits are now instructed to ****ist in an emergency situation. At 16:25...
- The VFW-Fokker 614's overwing podded Rolls-Royce/SNECMA M45H...
- which caused the front p****engers to try to use the overwing exits. However, only one of the overwing exits was usable, which caused a backlog to form....