Instrument-landing



noun
1.
an aircraft landing accomplished by use of gauges on the instrument panel and ground-based radio equipment, with limited reference to outside visual signals.
noun
1.
an aircraft landing relying only upon instruments and ground radio devices, usually made when visibility is very poor

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