[flahyt-lis] /ˈflaɪt lɪs/
incapable of flying:
flightless birds such as the moa, rhea, and dodo.
(of certain birds and insects) unable to fly See also ratite
1875, from flight (n.1) + -less.
- Flight level
noun 1. (aeronautics) a specified height at which an aircraft is allowed to fly
- Flight lieutenant
noun 1. an officer holding a commissioned rank senior to a flying officer and junior to a squadron leader in the RAF and certain other air forces
noun 1. an area for the servicing and maintenance of airplanes that includes parking ramps and hangars. noun 1. an area of an airfield or airport on which aircraft, esp military aircraft, are parked and serviced
- Flight management systems
plural noun 1. a suite of computer programs in a computer on board an aircraft used to calculate the most economical flying speeds and altitudes during a flight and to identify possible choices in emergencies