flying time

Translations

flying time

n (of flight) → durata del volo
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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Clocking a flying time of 52 hours and 34 minutes, Andrew managed to beat the previous record by 3 hours and 13 minutes, and using only four scheduled commercial flights instead of five to achieve his lifelong ambition.
According to a press release by Etihad Airways, the airline's president of fleet planning spent more than two days logging flying time to be officially recognised by Guinness World Records.
Next Hyperloop trains will be able to travel at 6,000 km per hour, reducing six hours airline flying time to just one hour.
The time difference and the 22 hour plus flying time will take it out of you.
The longest leg, from Japan to Hawaii, took nearly five days and set a new record for solo nonstop flying time. Also in July, intrepid Russian adventurer Fedor Konyukhov broke Steve Fossett's record for a solo round-the-world flight by balloon.
The Pacific Ocean route to San Francisco would be a win- win situation for both the airline and passengers as it would save crores of rupees in fuel costs and also reduce the flying time by up to three hours in winter and by an hour or so in summer -- SENIOR OFFICIALS ' ' By Mail Today Bureau in New Delhi W ITH the approval of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation ( DGCA) coming through, Air India flights will soon start operating over the Pacific Ocean route to San Francisco which will cut down flying time and lead to lower fares due to the reduced fuel burn.
With its network throughout Asia, the Middle East and Africa, Qatar Airways flights can reduce overall flying time by hours.
by Staff Reporter The average flying time from Muscat to Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan, is and five and half hours, with one plus stops.
The camera is a powerful 720p and you'll get nine minutes flying time with a 30-minute charge.
The flying time between Delhi and Chicago is around 14 hours.
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.