What is the common collective noun for jet planes?
All collective nouns are common nouns.
There is no collective nouns specifically for jet planes, however the collective nouns for planes can be used; they are:
- a fleet of planes (a fleet of jet planes)
- a squadron of planes (a squadron of jet planes)
- a stack of planes (a stack of jet planes)
No, the compound noun 'jumbo jet' is a common noun, a general word for a type of large airplane; also called a 'wide body plane', also a common noun. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing. Examples of proper nouns for the common noun 'jumbo jet' are: Boeing 747 Boeing 777 Airbus A380
Thomas D Norum has written: 'Effects of simulated flight on the structure and noise of underexpanded jets' -- subject(s): Noise, Jet planes, Sound-waves 'A comparison of the noise produced by a small jet on a moving vehicle with that in a free jet' -- subject(s): Noise, Jet nozzles, Jet planes, Measurement
You have to have at least one. (If you don't have an engine, your are classified as a glider.) The largest planes typically run 4 or 6 jet engines. Most planes have 1,2,3,4 or 6 engines. Very large aircraft sometimes have more. There are propeller planes, turbo prop and jet engines. There are also VTOL Vertical TakeOff and Landing planes, such as the Harrier and Osprey