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The rate of altitude change, measured in positive and negative feet per minute.
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A page reachable by Internet browser. For questions here, it should contain some type of aviation-related information.
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Questions about the aspects involved with owning an aircraft.
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a digital datalink system that uses radio or satellite communications channels.
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A fixed vertical fin or fins that provide an aircraft with passive directional stability (keep it from spontaneously yawing sideways into a sideslip), and often serve as the mounting point for the air…
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A wing layout with triangular shape
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For questions about checklists used for operating aircraft.
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For questions specifically about the process of burning fuel
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a process whereby military aircraft are vectored to approach and identify an unknown aircraft, sometimes followed by escorting the intruder to an airport or to the outer edge of contro…
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An autothrottle (automatic throttle) allows a pilot to control the power setting of an aircraft's engines by specifying a desired flight characteristic, rather than manually controlling the fuel flow.…
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System that fully or partially automates the landing operation of aircraft.
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Boarding as it relates to the airline/carrier operations; for passenger related questions, visit Travel Stack Exchange.
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For questions about bird strikes and other aviation safety issues related to birds
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generally airspace from the surface to 2,500 feet above the airport elevation (charted in MSL) surrounding those airports that have an operational control tower.
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A controlled parachute jump out of an aircraft for sport.
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a form of personal aviation that involves a parachute-like wing.
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Use for questions related to the transition between subsonic and supersonic flows, like flight at speeds close to Mach 1 or supercritical wing design.
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Aviation in World War II
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For questions about flying upside down.
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For questions related to Boeing's Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS).
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Aircraft without a distinct tail, where pitch control and stability are supplied by the wing itself.
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For questions specifically related to Germany
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a hobby where photographers try to take pictures of aircraft around airports and share them within a community.
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Event where pilots in mostly sports planes come to show off their skills.
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Questions about Standard Operating Procedures, usually developed by each company to standardize their operations.
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Composite materials technically include any material made up of at least two constituents, such as metal alloys, but more commonly refer to plastic, ceramic, or carbon composites.
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Use on questions specific to the V-22 Osprey and its variants. The V-22 is a tilt-rotor so has many handling and aerodynamic issues specific to the type.
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change direction of an aircraft's thrust to provide more maneuverability
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Questions about the Garmin G1000, a multi-function integrated flight instrument system.
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Questions dealing with regulations promulgated by India's Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA)
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A long-range narrowbody twinjet airliner produced by Boeing from 1981 through 2004.
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an aviation fuel used to propel piston-engined aircraft.