flying time

Translations

flying time

n (of flight) → durata del volo
References in periodicals archive ?
FOR more than 51 years during periods when the island was cut off from the mainland during twicedaily high tides, many Holy Island residents and visitors have been flown to hospital by the Whirlwind and Sea King helicopters based originally at RAF Acklington and later at RAF Boulmer, both bases being only a few minutes' flying time away.
The new A380 service is the result of several scheduling changes designed to unlock more flying time of the Qantas fleet, as part of the wider Qantas Transformation programme.
The aircraft, which is being developed by Thales UK, has clocked up 500 hours flying time in the Welsh skies.
Summary: The volume of foreign trade between the UAE and Russia is set to grow steadily in the coming years with increasing number of Russian companies looking to tap the potential of the Middle East markets through the UAE, benefiting from the double tax treaty signed between the two countries and the world-class business platforms, located within eight hours of flying time of two-thirds of the world's population.
The flying time capsule called the Sunjammer Cosmic Archive (SCA) will carry digital files of human DNA including Clarke's, Fox News reported.
The student had 120 hours of flying time, according to local media.
Returning from a mission during World War II, the bomber iced up in a thunderstorm, ran short of fuel and crashed less than a half-mile from our home, perhaps five minutes' flying time West of the Orlando, Fla.
Flights, which are now on sale, will operate via Male in the Maldives with a flying time of just over 12 and a half hours.
AT this time of year, the Canaries offer the shortest flying time to guaranteed sunshine.
The pilots are against the increase in flying time as it has been deemed above the levels which are considered safe by scientists and medical personnel.
Add to this over 10,000 hours of flying time which would have been sufficient to place him in the league of more experienced pilots.
Flying for more than 4 hours at a stretch--or a total flying time of more than 12 hours in the past 4 weeks--was associated with a two-to nearly threefold greater risk for venous thromboembolism (VTE), compared with nontraveling controls, reported Dr.