aggressive behaviour by an airline passenger that endangers the safety of the crew or other passengers
uncontrolled physical or verbal anger exhibited when encountering annoyance while flying in an airplane
One cause of air rage is the in-flight cabin environment — a place that is high in toxic chemicals and allergens, and low in air pressure and oxygen.
- Air raid
a raid by aircraft, especially for bombing a particular area. Contemporary Examples Without an Iron Dome defense system, air raid sirens or even bomb shelters, people resign themselves to their fate. A Child’s Funeral in Gaza Jesse Rosenfeld July 17, 2014 Among them was the neighbor who had insisted that the air raid shelter be […]
- Air-raid shelter
an indoor or other protected area specifically designated as a shelter during an air raid.
- Air-raid warden
a civilian having special duties during an air-raid alert, as directing people to air-raid shelters. noun a member of a civil defence organization responsible for enforcing regulations, etc, during an air attack
- Air resistance
noun the opposition of the atmosphere to forward movement; also called aerodynamic drag Historical Examples On the other hand, the large wheel is heavier, and suffers more from air resistance than the small wheel. Scientific American Supplement, No. 447, July 26, 1884 Various This element of air resistance must be taken into consideration in determining […]