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Related to airspeed: Airspeed indicator, Calibrated airspeed, True airspeed
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the speed of an aircraft relative to the air in which it is flying

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The unit can be configured per aircraft performance specifications to cover an airspeed awareness band highlighting VNE and VMO cues.
3nm, the commander noted that the airspeed was 80kt and increased the collective pitch, intending to maintain this speed.
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In flight, airspeed (or Mach number) tradeoffs occur quickly enough to be considered instantaneous, and so climbs or dives along the energy level curves take little or no time with no losses (Kimberlin 2003; Lan, Roskam 1980).
IF THE TUBES AREN'T CLEAN AND DRY, YOU'LL HAVE PROBLEMS WITH THE AIRSPEED INDICATOR, AND YOU WON'T KNOW YOUR AIRSPEED
Second, although their plane was equipped with an airspeed monitor that triggered an alarm to warn the crew that the plane was about to stall, the pilot seemed surprised by the alarm and responded to it in a totally counterproductive way.
The pilot said that Airbus had issued an operator's telex four days' ago reminding pilots of the "unreliable airspeed procedure".
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Flow-Angle and Airspeed Sensor System (FASS) Using Flush-Mounted Hot-Films.
When I walked into the shop at the beginning of my shift, I noticed that the AE1, my shop supervisor, had an airspeed indicator in his hand.
65 to continue implementing Enterprise AIRSpeed across the Naval Aviation Enterprise (NAE) over a five-year period.
The Enterprise AIRSpeed teams consist of military, contractor and civilian personnel who have been assigned from Commander Naval Air Forces (CNAF), Headquarters Marine Corps (HQMC), Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) and Naval Air Technical Data and Engineering Command (NATEC).
Marcot says: "Warning, the airspeed indicator, the airspeed indicator, the airspeed indicator.
Most critical was the need to sustain a constant energy output that would keep the plane moving at the 15- to 17-mph airspeed required to stay at altitude.
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