VFR


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VFR

(aerospace engineering)
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Most of the separation rules are about keeping VFR flights away from IFR traffic.
In my experience, tacking on "VFR" to the check-in transmission seems to reassure the new controller that indeed, I am VFR.
Pilots are able to connect their Bose[R] A20[R] Aviation Headsets to the Mobile FliteDeck VFR app via Bluetooth and receive real-time critical airspace and waypoint audio warnings.
VFR travel provides many benefits to regions that make it an important segment to market to.
The company began producing its own VFR sectional and terminal area charts just as the market began shifting to digital chart use.
The VFR is a sports tourer that looks and feels the part.
In fact, considering the technology and the unique drivechain, the VFR is a very forgiving and understanding bike for any rider.
There's a hint of the old VFR in it but also a groundbreaking element to its sleek lines and imposing fairings.
Tim Clark, president of Emirates, yesterday said that the airline did not have the licence to operate under VFR and the process to obtain it could take a few months.
Power makes a definite appearance at this point - all 170bhp of it - and the VFR takes off.
Following ex-GP god Tohru Ukawa for our sighting laps, I was immediately taken by surprise by how quickly the VFR steers and found myself having to correct my line midcorner to avoid hitting the inside kerb.
VFR Healthcare Finance, a full-service financial firm for the nursing home industry, announced that it has provided funding for two major equipment leasing deals.