scareplane skair-pleyn

–noun

1 - A small commercial aircraft typically carrying no more than 12 passengers and having no physical barrier between the passenger compartment and the cockpit. Often piston-driven propeller planes, they are famous for being flown by pilots wearing short pants.

2 - A device used for killing Caribbean tourists, young musicians, and local politicians.
That scareplane I flew to Telluride in almost hit a goddamn mountain.
by Epic_HRI February 14, 2010

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