Maneuver in which helicopters maintain nearly motionless flight
A runway with the Approach Lighting System (ALS) would show an incoming pilot
A series of lightbars and/or strobe lights extending outward from the runway approach end.
The thrust of a turbojet is developed by compressing air in the inlet and compressor, mixing the air with fuel and burning it in the combustor, and
Expanding the gas stream through the turbine and nozzle.
A ramjet engine consists of
An inlet, a combustion zone, and a nozzle.
The part of an airplane that holds the cargo and/or passengers, as well as providing a base for the other aircraft parts, is known as the
The Visual Approach Slope Indicator (VASI) is a system of lights designed to provide visual descent guidance information to the pilot during a runway approach. The system uses _____ lights to indicate the upper limits of the glide path and _____ lights for the lower limits.
What is the difference between a steady red and a flashing red light signal from the tower to an aircraft approaching to land?
A steady red light signals to continue circling and a flashing light signals that the airport is unsafe for landing.
10^(-2) = ?
10^ -2 = 1/10^2 = 1/100 = .01
A scale of 1/2400 is the same as a scale of:
1" = 2,000 ft
If the log of x is 2.5464, the number of digits in x to the left of the decimal point is: