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VFR

(aerospace engineering)
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Providing VFR services requires you to extinguish the presumption that every assignment requires either an appraisal, appraisal review or appraisal consulting service as identified by the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.
When the purpose of recent travel was visiting friends and relatives, a traveler was termed VFR. Different patient classifications were possible (i.e., immigrant-VFR, traveler-VFR).
In response to this need, several researchers over the last decade (e.g., O'Hare, 1992; Driskill, Weismuller, Quebe, Hand & Dittmar, 1995; Goh & Wiegmann, 2001) have empirically examined various aspects of VFR into IMC accidents and have postulated several factors that might assist in reducing the degree of associated fatalities.
The stylists got it right with the last facelift, the angular lines are so up to the minute and the VFR has an aggressive edge, from the quad headlamps to the tucked-up exhausts.
A similar explanation for VFR flight into IMC focuses on predictions made by prospect theory (Kahneman & Tversky, 1982).
For some reason we're not flying--maintenance, finances, weather--and before long we're out of currency and restricted to VFR operations.
The ability to switch between IFR and VFR flight data allows pilots to easily transition to the flight information needed while flying under both instrument and visual flight rule conditions.
The company began producing its own VFR sectional and terminal area charts just as the market began shifting to digital chart use.
I followed up the radar call with a call to approach that we were descending to 3,500 feet--the lowest eastbound VFR altitude that would allow us to correctly enter the initial.
Of course, we didn't get to see the eagerly-anticipated new VFR because of Honda's decision not to attend any of this year's shows.
The number of trips made by UK residents visiting friends and relatives (VFR) in their own country also fell dipping 7% to 12.7 million in the first four months of this year.