air lane


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air lane

n.
A regular route of travel for aircraft.
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air′ lane`


n.
a route regularly used by airplanes; airway. Also called skyway.
[1910–15]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.air lane - a designated route followed by airplanes in flying from one airport to anotherair lane - a designated route followed by airplanes in flying from one airport to another
approach path, glide path, glide slope, approach - the final path followed by an aircraft as it is landing
holding pattern - the flight path (usually circular) maintained by an aircraft that is awaiting permission to land
itinerary, route, path - an established line of travel or access
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Translations

air lane

ncorridoio aereo
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