flight attitude

flight attitude

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Some flight attitudes.
The attitude of an aircraft in flight described either as the inclination of its three axes to the relative wind or its position relative to the earth.
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Initially, it was in a normal flight attitude over the runway.
The FDR will give investigators systemic data on the Airbus A-320's flight attitude, air speed, engine performance, and a host of other information to give context to the information they already have," Jones said.
Your vertical rate verifies the airplane is pointed at the target, just like zero VSI verifies a level flight attitude.
It's a subtle change in flight attitude, the first clue that they want to land.
The SO monitored the radar altimeter and airspeed displayed on the navigation parameters table of the tactical computer, immediately reporting any deviations from our briefed flight attitude.
But the wing tips raise 13 ft to reach flight attitude when the aircraft is airborne.
But there's a problem: To maintain a level flight attitude, the horizontal tail may be generating an inappropriate amount of lift; either too much or too little.
The Global Flyer, billed as the world's most fuel-efficient jet airplane, relied on Crossbow's Altitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS) for primary flight attitude and heading guidance.
In a real-world IFR situation, it could have given me exactly what I needed to maintain a proper flight attitude.
Equipped with Global Positioning System (GPS) technology, GuideStar is a fault-tolerant, miniature flight control system that allows aircraft and ground vehicles to monitor their position, flight attitude and speed relative to the Earth.
A traditional accelerated stall demonstration is begun from a level flight attitude at reduced power and at or below [V.