approach time


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approach time

The time at which an aircraft is expected to commence the approach procedure.
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All the wings reached on the spot and took their positions within approach time.
It was found that the approach time to the victim, using the dolphin-kick with fins, was not shorter than the approach time when using the flutter-kick.
As more and more pilots struggled to get aboard because of high seas and reduced visibility, the approach controller would push further back everyone's approach time.
Each aircraft is given an approach time to sequence to the deck in a safe and expeditious manner.
This would have given us the surface picture, kept us clear of surface contacts, allowed approach time to get their bearings, and made sure their gadget was FMC before initiating my climb.
Instead of troubleshooting the problem at low altitude at night while flying an approach, I should have told marshal I couldn't make my approach time.
For instance, if the aim-point or close approach time is missed by more than the maximum allowed deviation, the spacecraft's instruments might take images of a blank sky instead of Pluto or one of its five currently known moons.
These individuals are aware of their preferred thinking style and, with this awareness, will work diligently to make up for their own preference in how they assemble their team, approach time, and engage in activities.
We returned to the ship and established ourselves in the marshal stack to wait for approach time.
During this exercise police officials along with commandos rushed to a site, cordoned off the area after reaching there within seven minutes and took their positions within approach time.