the combination of speed, altitude, angle of attack, etc. within which a flying object is aerodynamically stable; an aircraft’s performance limits
noun, Ornithology. 1. one of the large, stiff feathers of the wing and tail of a bird that are essential to flight. noun 1. any of the large stiff feathers that cover the wings and tail of a bird and are adapted for flying
noun 1. an arrangement of two or more airplanes flying together in a group, usually in a predetermined pattern. noun 1. two or more aircraft flying together in a set pattern
[flahyt] /flaɪt/ noun 1. the act, manner, or power of flying. 2. the distance covered or the course taken by a flying object: a 500-mile flight; the flight of the ball. 3. a trip by an airplane, glider, etc. 4. a scheduled trip on an airline: a 5 o’clock flight. 5. a number of beings […]
noun 1. any instrument used to indicate the altitude, attitude, airspeed, drift, or direction of an aircraft.