flight track

flight track

[′flīt ‚trak]
(aerospace engineering)
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Airmets for icing above 10,000 feet and mountain obscuration were current for the flight track, accident time and location.
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The models are based on statistical analysis of flight tracks and timestamps of hundreds of thousands of flights and are capable of identifying the key influencing factors determining the prediction of flight events in real-time.
Thorough Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week, March 4-10, 2013, the Institute for Women Of Aviation Worldwide and PlaneFinder.net will collect the flight tracks of commercial flights operated in part by a woman in a technical capacity as well as the flight tracks of female introductory flights conducted worldwide.
The project named "Women Color The Skies" will combined the collected flight tracks to create an online animated and interactive visualization of the current involvement of women within the industry as well as the level of engagement on the part of the industry to encourage more to join.
The Exelis solution with the NextGen surveillance feed produces more accurate geo-referenced flight tracks with higher update rates than any single terminal radar.
The SMS-based Flight Tracking Service provides real-time information on the departure time, terminal and gate of the flight tracked by sending text messages to the customer's mobile phone.