|nonscheduled flight||charter flight|
|(British) overpass; overhead crossing, ceremonial flight made by aircraft, fly-past, road on bridge, see also:overpass||flyover|
|able to fly, air travel, moving fast, not held at edge, passing quickly, traveling through the air on wings; carried in the wind; quick, swift; passing; escaping, traveling through the air; flight||flying|
|able to fly; moving swiftly; having wings, capable of flight||winged|
|act of leaving, escape, flight, fleeing, place to escape to, short vacation, start of movement, used as a means of escape; used as a place of relaxation, used as a retreat||getaway|
|act or process of leaving the ground, act of jumping or leaping; ascent of an aircraft, act of becoming airborne; parody, humorous imitation, caricature (Informal), beginning of flight, beginning of jump, point of rapid growth||takeoff|
|acting fast, any of a number of long-winged birds characterized by their swift flight||swift|
|advice, instruction; direction; management, leadership, systems that control flight||guidance|
|air embolism, pains caused by a sudden drop in atmospheric pressure (such as occurs during a flight)||aeroembolism|
|aircraft mission, attack on an enemy, make a sortie, people on sortie, raid made by a besieged military force on its attackers; combat flight made by an aircraft, short trip||sortie|
|aircraft that is supported in flight by an unpowered rotary wing or rotor and is moved through the air by either an engine-powered propeller or a tow cable||autogyro|
|albatross that lives in flight||wandering albatross|
|align, assign somebody to a track, bring and leave dirt, career path, course of study, course of travel, distance between wheels, follow, follow a moving object, follow a path, follow a trail, follow progress, follow the flight path, follow the groove ...||track|
|automatic flight control, automatic frequency control||AFC|
|ball hit with little force, belt for horse blanket, brightly colored bird known for tumbling flight, coiled bandage, cylinder that transmits force and motion, device for applying paint, device for flattening lawns, hair curler, heavy wave, inked tube, ...||roller|
|begin flying, deduct an amount, depart, have as a break from work, imitate somebody, jump, lift-off, leave the ground in flight; rise off the ground; remove (clothing); bring down; lessen; leave, depart; put an end to, execute, release something, remov...||take off|
|black box, flight data recorder, instrument that records details of flight||flight recorder|
|bounce, climbing vine, dance, dried hop flowers, drug, flight, free ride, get on or off||hop|
|by aircraft, carried by air, carried through the air; in the air; transported by aircraft (Military); in flight, flying||airborne|
|CAP, patrol flight at high or medium altitude in order to identify enemy aircraft||Combat Air Patrol|
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