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The branch of technology and industry concerned with both aviation and space flight.
- ‘The flight bug drove him to study aerospace engineering and serve as a Navy pilot in Vietnam.’
- ‘These are used in aerospace engineering, turbine manufacture, and power generation.’
- ‘The aerospace industry is one of the largest employers in the United States.’
- ‘The American aerospace and computer industries simply wouldn't exist without it.’
- ‘These processes are used primarily by the aircraft and aerospace industries.’
- ‘Part of the perceived problem is a lack of graduates in aerospace engineering and other fields.’
- ‘The agency is targeting the financial sector as well as IT, aerospace, creative industries and food and drink.’
- ‘Canada's aerospace industry has taken off with more lift than just about any other country's.’
- ‘The aerospace industries are a central arena for trade conflicts between the US and Europe.’
- ‘She made high grades in math and science, so was set on a career path of aerospace engineering.’
- ‘This will jointly boost exports of aerospace technology throughout the region.’
- ‘In the same way, aerospace often pulls out of downturns after the rest of a slumping economy is back on its feet.’
- ‘How do we preserve the strength and competitiveness of our aerospace industry?’
- ‘He moved to Germany in 1996 where he studied first German and then aerospace engineering.’
- ‘He continued to play and write songs while studying aerospace engineering at Bristol University.’
- ‘One of the most exciting and emerging fields of engineering is aviation and aerospace.’
- ‘Few parts of the aerospace or civilian airline industry bear much relation to free market theory.’
- ‘The air force was supported by the new and politically influential aerospace industry.’
- ‘That the US aerospace industry is in need of a wake up call is no longer a question.’
- ‘Despite the region's contribution to the national aerospace industry, we have seen a loss of jobs.’
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