absolute altitude

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absolute altitude

n (Aviat) → absolute Höhe, Flughöhe füber Grund
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According to the CAA notification issued last month, the area outside OHS (500 feet above ground level limit surface) of the old BBIA would have no height restriction for the CDA.
He said: "This is a very busy site with a lot of our employees working at heights well above ground level. Health and safety has got to be our number-one priority not just for our employees but also our visitors.
The ATM, which should be a boon to us, is inaccessible to anyone over 25; it is half a metre above ground level! How does one access it?
The tower will have three basement levels and an additional 18 floors above ground level.
Plant healthy pieces of rhizome, 8in apart, leaving the top of the rhizome just above ground level.
One witness, a man who lives south of the runway, said he was outside his home when he saw the plane fly over several 100-foot-tall trees at an altitude of about 150 to 200 feet above ground level. The man said he then heard the engine stop and turned around in time to see it plummet into the trees, the report states.
THE real problem with Ascot is that unless you buy a premier badge you are unable to view the races above ground level.
above ground level and has gained access to the platform from a tilted stepladder.
New Delhi, Nov 11(ANI): Indigenously designed and developed RUSTOM-1 made fifth successful flight this morning while flying at an altitude of 2300 ft AGL (above ground level) and at a speed 100 knots during 25 minute of cruise near Hosur.
Features include the ability to pick products from as low as 4 inches above ground level and 180-degrees swivel for effortless pallet movement from one side of an aisle to the other, or for pallet extraction from a rack system into a loading or picking area.
When fully extended the crane will sit at 317 metres or 1,040 ft above ground level, making it seven metres taller than the building's eventual highest point (310 metres).
A report said the solar panels would be grouped in banks of 24 and attached to poles three metres above ground level. Officials said the visual impact would be minimal as the panels would be 150m from farm buildings and at least 200m from other isolated properties in the area.