short final

short final

The last part of an approach when coming in to land. It is usually supposed to commence from the time the aircraft is over the inner marker.
References in classic literature ?
That it was time for every body to go, concluded the subject; and with a short final arrangement for the next day's scheme, they parted.
A short final shot from skip Eve Muirhead in the seventh end gifted the Swedes a three against the hammer and effectively ended the semi-final contest.
A short final shot from skip Muirhead in the seventh end gifted the Swedes three shots against the hammer and effectively ended the semi-final contest.
1 second advantage into Sunday's short final leg, Lappi measured his pace through the final four tests, keeping his cool when he wrecked his car's rear left wheel after running wide.
That is inherently destabilizing and pilots will be constantly adjusting pitch and power all the way around, not becoming stable until rolling on to a very short final at only 100-150 agl.
Holding best glide into a headwind on short final and see you clearly won't make it?
Short Final : N'ayant pas realise de bonnes performances durant cette saison, cette femelle bai de 6 ans de qualite modeste risque encore d'etre a la peine dans cette epreuve ou elle est barree en theorie.
Rally Poland features a fairly classic itinerary, with two long legs on Friday and Saturday, followed by a short final day on Sunday.
In Christianity, The Passion of Christ is the short final period in the life of Jesus covering his entrance visit to Jerusalem and leading to his crucifixion on Mount Calvary in 1st Century Palestine.
Two short final chapters showcase animals new to the state, and animals formerly resident but now exterminated in Maine, photographed in Alaska or other locations.
When the aircraft was on short final, we heard a loud bang.
The detailed attention to the FGD's comes at the price of leaving the author only a short final chapter to consider the work's theoretical contributions to the study of identity transformation.