Translation of fairing in Spanish:

fairing

carenado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfɛːrɪŋ//ˈfɛrɪŋ/

noun

Aviation Motor Vehicles

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    carenado masculine
    • The self-sealing fuel tanks are mounted in external fairings on the sides of the fuselage.
    • The wing fairing and the associated structure have been installed on the forward fuselage section.
    • At about five minutes into the flight the booster engine drops off and the payload fairing - a protective shell - jettisons.
    • Years later when the definitive fin/rudder was retrofitted to this aircraft, these fairings remained unchanged.
    • Each tank is fitted with a gravity fuelling point and there is a pressure refuelling point in the landing gear fairing on the starboard side.
    • Emergency floatation units can be installed on the main landing gear fairings and on the forward section of the fuselage.
    • The engine nacelles are fitted with trouser fairings to provide a continuous streamlined profile between the nacelles and the tail beams.
    • The main landing gear, each equipped with two wheels in tandem, is installed in fairings on the underside of the fuselage.
    • The interior is finished and painted and most of the internal components and some of the external fairings have been rebuilt and are ready to go back in.
    • As with any other military aircraft, the cowling and fairings had taken a pretty good beating as they were taken on and off hundreds of times.