block time

block time

The period from the moment the chocks are withdrawn and brakes released, or moorings dropped, to the return to rest or take-up of moorings after the flight.
Translations
temps de vol réel
References in periodicals archive ?
20% block time on their calendars for planning and organization.
Their open source platform is solving the challenges of Bitcoin's block time (10 minutes for confirmations) and data size (40 kb) by storing a compressed and encoded version of the data (a hash) into the immuable records of the Blockchain itself.
Even that victory was one the administration under Obama fought to block time and time again.
Move to another room or do something as simple as closing the door to your office during the focus block time.
Block time for client service, new business, centers of influence, industry reading and professional development.
Butalid is a block time radio commentator and is not necessarily employed by the station where he has a programme.
The block time itself is the combination of reaction time (the interval between the starting signal and the first movement on the block) and movement time (vertical and horizontal force off the block), in total being the time difference from the starting signal to when the swimmer's feet leave the block (Sanders, 2002).
For example, as soon as school/sports/activities schedules for my sons are available, they immediately go onto my calendar as informational items, and then I go through and pick the ones I really want to attend and block time on my calendar for those.
At Islamabad airport, which is a co-user airfield, the same had been neglected and all international carriers/flights have been placed in one block time at night thus resulting problem for all concerned agencies as well as for the airport authorities.
Instead, block time on your calendar to specifically check emails.
The optimisation of the system consisted in time distribution between working stations in order to decrease the idle time and the block time of each WS.