horizon bar

horizon bar

[hə′rīz·ən ‚bär]
(navigation)
The gyro-stabilized line or bar in an artificial-horizon flight instrument.

horizon bar

horizon bar
A fixed horizontal reference in a horizontal situation indicator (HSI) and other attitude displays, such as artificial horizons.
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of Horizon Bar said the suspect, Sukhjinder Singth Atwal, refused to pay for his bill amounting to P3,000.
"The conventional artificial horizon provides a direct reading indication of the bank and pitch attitude of the aircraft which is accurately indicated by a miniature aircraft pictorially displayed against a horizon bar and as if observed from the rear.
The property also includes four first-rate dining establishments consisting of Al Souk Restaurant, Aubergine Restaurant, Breakers, and the Horizon Bar. The high- standard of hospitality provided by the
The HOSTAC said they would have a stabilized horizon bar, but would it be like the horizon reference system (HRS) bar we are used to, and would it be NVD compatible?
DON'T MISS: Gazing across Red Sea during sunset at Movenpick's Horizon Bar. * NEED TO KNOW: Travellers to Sharm get a free entry stamp on their passport which is valid for 14 days.
Those in favor of the horizon bar remaining faithful with the real world's horizon won out and that's what we fly with today.
"Though extremely rare among instrument-rated pilots, it is possible--even for airline pilots--to confuse the moving horizon bar of the gyroscopic attitude indicator and the fixed airplane symbol when they find themselves suddenly and unexpectedly in an unusual flight attitude.
Anyone not wishing to set foot in another plane until the long journey back to England or who prefers the security of four walls from a great height, can soak up the panorama while enjoying a cocktail in the Shangri-La hotel's Horizon Bar orthe slowly-rotating Orbit Lounge in George Street's Australia Square.
There is also the option to have a meal any time of the day at the aptly named Horizon bar on the top deck -or 14th level -of this enormous vessel.
An early artificial horizon looked just like a modern version, but it was bigger and all black, except for the radium paint that glowed in the dark to illuminate the horizon bar and the bank markings.
There are also sessions all week at Wales Millennium Centre's Horizon Bar for enthusiasts to come and have a go and learn more about Wales' national instrument.
I held level the velocity vector on the horizon bar and watched the radar altimeter tick down steadily in altitude.