a designated route for aircraft flying between particular ground locations at specified minimum altitudes.
Even house pets were granted the privilege of traveling by the air route.
High Adventure James Norman Hall
By the air route he had determined to leave, if by any hook or crook Schneider and himself could get hold of an aroplane.
Our Young Aeroplane Scouts in Germany Horace Porter
Persons are riding by the air route in constantly increasing numbers, here and abroad.
Zeppelin Harry Vissering
The next trans-Atlantic flight was made about a month after the NC-4 had blazed the air route across the ocean.
The Romance of Aircraft Lawrence Yard Smith
- Air sac
a sac containing air. (def 2). any of certain cavities in a bird’s body connected with the lungs. a saclike dilation of the wall of a trachea in many insects. noun any of the membranous air-filled extensions of the lungs of birds, which increase the efficiency of gaseous exchange in the lungs any of the […]
- Air scoop
an air intake that projects into the airflow around a motor vehicle or aircraft in such a way as to provide a steady flow of air for combustion or ventilation. Contemporary Examples Another time, I was shooting a locomotive and it blew up, and some of the stuff got in my air scoop, but I […]
- Air scout
noun a scout belonging to a scout troop that specializes in flying, gliding, etc See Scout Historical Examples Tom had completed his air scout and had refined it to a point where even his critical judgment was satisfied. Tom Swift and his Air Scout Victor Appleton He came a little while after you and Mr. […]
an airplane propeller. Historical Examples The Fokkers late in 1915 had been fitted with guns which fired through the airscrew. The War in the Air; Vol. 1 Walter Raleigh. A good illustration of this may be found in the question of the airscrew. The War in the Air; Vol. 1 Walter Raleigh. The motive power […]