air distance

  • 1 air distance — A distance measured relative to the mass of air through which an aircraft passes. The no wind distance flown in a given time. It is equal to the product of true air speed (TAS) and time. Also, it considers the distance increase caused by the… …

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  • 2 air distance — time it takes for something to travel by air from one place to another …

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  • 3 Air safety — is a term encompassing the theory, investigation and categorization of flight failures, and the prevention of such failures through regulation, education and training. It can also be applied in the context of campaigns that inform the public as… …

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  • 4 Air France Flight 358 — The wreckage of Flight 358 Runway overrun summary Date …

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  • 5 Air ambulance — A Eurocopter EC 145 of Switzerland s Rega air rescue service. An air ambulance is an aircraft used for emergency medical assistance in situations where either a traditio …

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  • 6 Air New Zealand Flight 901 — Most of the wreckage of Flight 901 remains on the slopes of Mount Erebus. This photo, taken on the 25th anniversary in 2004, shows part of the DC 10 s upper fuselage skin with entry door and cabin windows. Part of the opposite side skin, with… …

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  • 7 distance — [ distɑ̃s ] n. f. • 1223; lat. distantia 1 ♦ Longueur qui sépare une chose d une autre. ⇒ 1. écart, écartement, éloignement, 1. espace, étendue, intervalle. Distance entre deux lieux. Distance d un point à un autre, de la Terre à la Lune. Évaluer …

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  • 8 Distance Focale — Cet article fait partie de la série Photographie …

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  • 9 Air France Flight 447 — F GZCP, the aircraft involved in the accident Accident summary Date 1 June 2009 …

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  • 10 Air pollution dispersion terminology — describes the words and technical terms that have a special meaning to those who work in the field of air pollution dispersion modeling. Governmental environmental protection agencies (local, state, province and national) of many countries have… …

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  • 11 Air Comprimé — L air comprimé est de l air prélevé dans l atmosphère, mis sous pression avec un compresseur, le plus souvent aux alentours de 10 bars mais parfois jusqu à 300 bars. Sommaire 1 Utilisation industrielle 1.1 En tant que… …

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  • 12 Air Mauritius — Codes AITA OACIL Indicatif d appel MK …

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  • 13 distance learning — n. any system of individualized, esp. postsecondary instruction for students at a distance from a campus, utilizing the Internet, videoconferencing, preprogrammed courses, etc. * * * ▪ education Introduction also called  distance education , e… …

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  • 14 Air Canada — IATA AC ICAO ACA Callsign AIR CANADA …

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  • 15 Air Europe — was a wholly privately owned, independent British airline, established in 1978 under the working title Inter European Airways.cite book| author=Simons, Graham M. | title=It was nice to fly with friends! The story of Air Europe | publisher=GMS… …

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  • 16 Air France — Faire du ciel le plus bel endroit de la Terre. Codes AITA OACIL Indicatif d appel …

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  • 17 Air actualités — Pays  France Langue Français Périodicité mensuel Genre militaire Diffusion 40 000 …

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  • 18 AIR — Le globe terrestre est entouré d’une atmosphère constituée d’un mélange gazeux nommé air, qui s’étend de la surface du sol jusqu’à une altitude d’environ 150 kilomètres. La pression de l’air au niveau de la mer a longtemps servi d’unité de… …

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  • 19 Air pollution — from World War II production Smog over …

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  • 20 Air Force 1 — Air Force One Pour les articles homonymes, voir Air Force One (homonymie). L actuel Air Force One survolant le mont Rushmore dans le Dakota du …

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