To fly at

to spring toward; to rush on; to attack suddenly.

See also: Fly

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D/FW workers encourage Southwest to fly at their airport.
Carrier personnel, particularly flight deck crews, did not understand why they had to work practically 24 hours a day just to allow a few aviators to fly at night.
However, by modifying their flying angles and other maneuvers, the vehicles will be able to fly at the much lower speeds needed for many scientific missions.
Although it wasn't the helicopter ride Alyson had hoped for, a whirl in an airplane was the closest she could get to learning how to fly at the time, so she signed up for an introduction in 1995.