Flight means any flight demonstration, flight test, taxi test, or other flight made in the performance of this contract, of for the purpose of safeguarding the aircraft, or previously approved in writing by the Contracting Officer.
Flight means from the time the Aircraft moves forward in taking off or attempting to take off, whilst in the air, and until the Aircraft completes its landing run. A rotary-wing aircraft shall be deemed to be in Flight when the rotors are in motion as a result of engine power, the momentum generated therefrom, or autorotation.
Examples of Flight in a sentence
In accordance with 14 CFR 39.19, send your request to your principal inspector or responsible Flight Standards Office, as appropriate.
Flight time is approximately 25-30 minutes per battery, depending on weather and flight conditions.
The time of the activities for the Access agreement will align with the Flight Testing and are yet to be determined.
These issues are exacerbated by an agreement between the Canadian and U.S. governments reported in our 2009 UPR submission, which subjected travelers in and out of Canada, including Canadians, to the U.S. Secure Flight List.
Notably, foreign nationals are not able to challenge their listing on the U.S. Secure Flight List.
More Definitions of Flight
Flight means any air travel services provided by MATCH Hospitality or any authorised third party on behalf of MATCH Hospitality to its Customers in connection with the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM.
Flight means an air transport operation between two airports; intermediate stops for technical and operational purposes only shall not be taken into consideration;
Flight means a flight as defined in regulation 1.3 of the Air Navigation Regulations, 1976, as amended;
Flight means the air transport of passengers and their luggage, starting with block off (the moment the aircraft begins to move, either from a boarding gate or from a parking stand, for take-off) and ending with block on (the moment the aircraft reaches a final stop, either at a gate or at a parking stand, after landing).