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  • 1 Air France Flight 447 — F GZCP, the aircraft involved in the accident Accident summary Date 1 June 2009 …

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  • 2 Air Canada — IATA AC ICAO ACA Callsign AIR CANADA …

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  • 3 Air France Flight 358 — The wreckage of Flight 358 Runway overrun summary Date …

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  • 4 Air Officer Commanding — (AOC) is a title given in the air forces of Commonwealth (and some other) nations to an air officer who holds a command appointment. Thus, an air vice marshal might be the AOC 38 Group. An air officer heading a particularly large or important… …

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  • 5 Air Force One (Film) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Air Force One (homonymie). Air Force One Réalisation Wolfgang Petersen Acteurs principaux Harrison Ford Gary Oldman Glenn Close Scénario …

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  • 6 Air force one (film) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Air Force One (homonymie). Air Force One Réalisation Wolfgang Petersen Acteurs principaux Harrison Ford Gary Oldman Glenn Close Scénario …

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  • 7 Air Moorea — is an airline based in Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia. It operates passenger services within the Polynesian islands. Its main base is Faaa International Airport, PapeeteFlight International 27 March 2007] . Code Data *ICAO Code: TAH *Callsign …

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  • 8 Air Weapon Complex — Air Weapons Complex ( AWC ) is a development and production center for airborne weapons systems in Pakistan. The facility began its operation in 1992. It now works under the umbrella organization of NESCOM. It is located near Wah, Pakistan. AWC… …

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  • 9 Air navigation — The principles of air navigation are the same for all aircraft, big or small. Air navigation involves successfully piloting an aircraft from place to place without getting lost, breaking the laws applying to aircraft, or endangering the safety of …

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  • 10 Heading indicator — A heading indicator in a small aircraft. The heading indicator (also called an HI) is a flight instrument used in an aircraft to inform the pilot of the aircraft s heading. It is sometimes referred to by its older names, the directional gyro or… …

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  • 11 Air traffic control — For the Canadian musical group, see Air Traffic Control (band). Airport Traffic Control Towers (ATCTs) at Amsterdam s Schiphol Airport, the Netherlands …

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  • 12 Air assault — An Air Assault is a tactical or operational manoeuvre of an infantry unit airlifted by helicopters, usually to fulfil an aerial envelopment role in a larger ground operation plan. The role of the assaulting force is rarely to immediately engage… …

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  • 13 Air France Flight 007 — This article is about the 1962 Air France crash. For the 1980 LOT Polish Airlines accident with the same flight number, see LOT Polish Airlines Flight 007. For the 1983 Korean Airlines incident, see Korean Air Lines Flight 007. Coordinates:… …

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  • 14 Air data computer — An air data computer is an essential avionics component found in modern glass cockpits. This computer, rather than individual instruments, can determine the calibrated airspeed, Mach number, altitude, and altitude trend data from an aircraft s… …

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  • 15 Air Rum — Infobox Airline airline = Air Rum logo size = fleet size = 1 destinations = IATA = ICAO = RUM callsign = AIR RUM parent = company slogan = founded = 2002 headquarters = Amman, Jordan key people = hubs = Queen Alia International Airport secondary… …

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  • 16 heading crossing angle — In air interception, the angular difference between the interceptor heading and the target heading at the time of intercept …

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  • 17 Air Rhodesia Flight RH827 — Infobox Airliner accident Name = Air Rhodesia Flight RH827 Crash Image caption = Umniati Date=February 12, 1979 Type=Civilian airliner shoot down Site=Vuti African Purchase Area Coordinates=coord|16|25|S|29|26|E|type:landmark|display=inline,title …

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  • 18 Air Crash at Winkton G-AOVD 24th Dec 1958 — Infobox Airliner accident|name=Winkton Air Crash Crash Image caption= Date=December 24, 1958 Type=Pilot Error and CFIT Site=Sopley Park Winkton Fatalities=9 Injuries=3 Aircraft Type=Bristol Britannia 312 Origin=London England Destination=Hurn… …

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  • 19 air plot — noun : the room on an aircraft carrier from which all air operations are directed * * * 1. Aeron. the calculation of the ground position of an aircraft by first determining its air position from its speed in the air and heading information, and… …

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  • 20 air plot — 1. Aeron. the calculation of the ground position of an aircraft by first determining its air position from its speed in the air and heading information, and then correcting for wind effects. 2. the room or rooms from which aircraft are directed… …

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