flight briefing

flight briefing

[′flīt ‚brēf·iŋ]
(meteorology)
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The publicized data includes domestic and international flight information Database, some of the flight briefing files which are only provided to pilots and control towers, management and flight routing software information, and weather condition maps (NOTAM).
Updated electronic displays to support aircrew flight briefing, debriefing and squadron training replaced obsolete overhead projectors with high-definition 57-inch LCDs, each equipped with an interactive SMART Board overlay connected through its own dedicated solid state computer.
When I was a young instructor pilot, I committed a major faux pas by missing a critical flight briefing. I accidently slept through my alarm, and my negligence cost the squadron valuable training time.
Before the flight in the fourthgeneration fighter, the President will attend a pre- flight briefing in the briefing room of the air base.
All funds raised will be handed in while the bears receive their "flight briefing" and are fitted with their parachutes.
According to the scuttlebutt in the flight briefing room, Randy said, the next big project was New Zealand.
Case III launches preceded our NATOPS flight briefing, and the metro brief showed the weather deteriorating.
From my flying experience, I knew that during a preflight brief, my chances of achieving total success diminished when the other pilots in the flight started asking me to repeat briefed items, or answer questions at the conclusion of the flight briefing. It became obvious that my flight didn't know the plan as they should.
Britannia Airways' original Livelink application featured a flight briefing system, which provides pre-flight data such as passenger manifests, staff schedules and security information.
Above Left -- James Brown, Terry Bradshaw and Howie Long cut up during a flight briefing in a squadron ready room on board USS Harry S.
2) Obtain flight briefing: standard, then abbreviated as needed.
Every once in a while, including after an accident, incident, or a regulatory violation, someone wants to verify that a flight briefing took place.