a large fleet or flight of airplanes assigned to a specific mission:
shipping lanes guarded by a giant airmada overhead.
the knowledge and ability needed to control and navigate an aircraft. Historical Examples He had long ago arrived at the state of airmanship which makes a pilot into a sensitive inclinometer, acting every way at once. H.M.S. —- Klaxon
airmon Atmospheric Integrated Research Monitoring Network
- Airplane rule
airplane rule aeroplane rule
- Airplane splint
airplane splint airplane splint air·plane splint (âr’plān’) n. A splint that holds the arm in abduction at about shoulder level with the forearm midway in flexion.