Refueling Sentence Examples
Working with our joint venture company, Autogas Ltd, we're putting autogas refueling facilities on prime retail forecourts operated by Shell Retail.
Also, during the 1940s, flying pioneer Sir Alan Cobham helped develop in-flight refueling here.
Recent research at Imperial College London has focused on the potential for a hydrogen refueling infrastructure serving London.
Nimrod R.Mk 1P Designation applied to R.Mk 1 when fitted with in-flight refueling probe in 1982.
They stopped in Germany where, rather than simply refueling, they changed planes.
Air refueling tankers + 700 troops will be in Fairford March to Sept this year.
In the forward areas of the battlefield, ADA protects combat trains, refueling, and rearming operations.
Some aircraft are fitted with a refueling probe above the cockpit (4).
It is capable of refueling 2 aircraft at a time from the wing pods.
At a refueling stop, the aircraft window blinds are drawn.Advertisement
The refueling station does not need to be open to the public, or used for cars.
A third of their refueling planes are reported to be under repair.
This is projected to need refueling only once every two years.
A new fuel pipeline has been installed by the Army to both ease and hasten the refueling of aircraft.
Your supplier should be able to manage the process of refueling from on-site fuel tanks without ever running out of fuel.Advertisement
Refueling from road tankers and other such improvisation is apparently banned by current law.
The upside to this model is that you won't have to worry about refueling it and the price is right--$300.
It is not dependent on specific weather conditions, and plants are designed to run continuously for as long as 730 days before they require refueling.
Thus, it can conceivably remain at sea for 12 days without refueling.
Only if you bring a car back on fumes is this a good deal, and even then many rental companies only offer comparable rather than competitive refueling rates.Advertisement
It's not only used for maintenance and repairs, but also for refueling, rearming and launch operations.