military aircraft would avoid flying near residential areas and instead fly over the water when taking off and landing at the two runways in a V-shaped formation under visual flight rules
The two pilots of a Pawan Hans Dauphin helicopter with Rahul Gandhi on board had violated visual flight rules
, which states that an aircraft should land on or before sunset.
The other was a Visual Flight Rules
communication tutorial that provided textual training material with a graphic aircraft control panel, then proposed typical communication tasks that a student-pilot would say to an airport flight controller.
The agency said the restrictions would apply to aircraft using visual flight rules
- largely helicopters and small privately-operated planes - under which pilots control the aircraft by relying on what they can see outside.
According to data from the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (1996), despite the introduction of a number of safety-related initiatives over the last twenty years, a significant proportion of GA accidents continue to involve visual flight rules
(VFR) into instrument meteorological conditions (IMC; a clearer description of these terms is provided below).
Upon completion of my second approach to a touch-and-go, I entered the Visual Flight Rules
(VFR) pattern by turning downwind.
The Chalk's Ocean Airways plane - a twin-engine Grumman G-73T Turbine Mallard built in 1947 - was operating under visual flight rules
, FAA spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen said.
The race, sponsored by the Ninety-Nines, a women's flight association, is limited to women flying single-engine planes between 100 and 600 horsepower under visual flight rules
Between 1983 and 1992, accidents related to visual flight rules
(VFR) flight into IMC constituted 9.
The TH-57 Sea Ranger is used to train several hundred student naval aviators with 45 TH-57Bs (for primary visual flight rules
training) and 71 TH-57Cs (for advanced instrument flight rules training) in two helicopter training squadrons at NAS Whiting Field, Milton, Fla.