the trajectory of a moving aircraft or spacecraft relative to a fixed reference.
the course through the air of an aircraft, rocket, or projectile Compare approach (sense 10), glide path
noun 1. a pay supplement allowed by the U.S. Air Force to certain crew members who attain a minimum flight time per month.
noun 1. an oral or written report to an air traffic control facility describing the route of a projected flight. noun 1. a written statement of the details of a proposed aircraft flight
noun 1. an electronic device aboard an aircraft that automatically records some aspects of the aircraft’s performance in flight. noun 1. an electronic device fitted to an aircraft for storing information concerning its performance in flight. It is often used to determine the cause of a crash Also called black box
- Flight sergeant
noun 1. a noncommissioned officer in the Royal Air Force junior in rank to a master aircrew