IFR


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IFR

abbr.
instrument flight rules

IFR

abbreviation for
(Aeronautics) instrument flying regulations
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For instance, if you're at 5500 and there's a conflicting IFR aircraft at 6000, he may tell you, "Descend and maintain five thousand.
I read with interest Tarrance Kramer's article on IFR operations at non-towered airports in the June issue.
Back in what some consider general aviation's heyday, filing and flying IFR in a personal airplane was a luxury not many owner/pilots could afford.
In order to improve the flame retardancy of materials, various kinds of synergistic agents have been used in the IFR system to reinforce the flame retardancy, such as zeolites, expandable graphite, organoboron siloxane, and some transitional metal oxides, metal chelates, and metal compounds [17-24].
Regardless of their ability to actually see the airport, they were flying under IFR in weather below VMC.
ANZ, Goldman Sachs, Barclays, HSBC, Nomura, Citigroup, ING, Standard Chartered, Daiwa, JP Morgan, UBS, Deutsche Bank and Mizuho Securities will serve as dealers on the programme, IFR, a Thomson Reuters publication, reported.
The International Financing Review (IFR), Thomson Reuters' leading financial industry publication, held the IFR Asia Awards 2014 at a local hotel in Hong Kong, said a message received here.
Sadly, we've witnessed enough buyer remorse over the years when owners upgrade entry-level aircraft for IFR on the cheap.
Established in 1997, IFR Asia is Asia's most authoritative capital markets magazine and maintains the largest editorial team of any Asia capital markets publication, with analysts and journalists based in Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo.
Hartzell has secured a flight-line tent where the IMC Club will host daily IFR “brain teasers” in interactive forums followed by lunch for up to 100 guests.
IFR scientists will continue to work with the DGM, as part of IFR's effort to understand the complex interaction between health, the food we eat and our gut.