low level flight


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Synonyms for low level flight

flight at very low altitudes

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The Terrain Masking Low Level Flight Computer, based on the very latest processor technology, is an essential part of the Terrain Masking Low Level Flight System for the German A400M fleet.
RAF aircrew will be conducting low level flight training until Friday in the Borders Tactical Training Area.
Fitted with a retractable landing gear and a pressurised cabin, it can cruise at altitudes up to 25,000 ft, while retaining remarkable short take-off & landing (STOL) performance from unprepared short, soft and rough airstrips, as well as low level flight characteristics.
The helicopter will undertake two low level flights over a pre-determined rainforest area at different times of day to ascertain the effectiveness of this aerial technique in detecting Miconia trees.
A series of low level flights will be conducted to make sure flight paths at the aerodromes continue to operate safely.
They say that its engine and lights were off and were seen making low level flights.
Microlights in particular have been targeted after rangers noticed increasing numbers of low level flights "buzzing" the island.
South Wales Chief Constable Barbara Wilding has been urged to make sure the pre-dawn low level flights around Llanharry near Bridgend are strictly necessary.
The CAA feels that it may need to redirect low level flights over the city centre in the event of an emergency as Birmingham's city centre is built on a 130 metre-high ridge.
A series of low level flights will be undertaken at Warrnambool aerodrome to check flight paths.
Defense Minister Raimonds Vejonis said, "if we manage to realize all of this, we will be able to detect low level flights near Latvia's border, as well as increase our armed forces' air surveillance capabilities.