low-flying

low-flying

adj
(of aircraft, birds, etc) flying at a relatively low altitude
Translations

low-flying

[ˈləʊˌflaɪɪŋ] ADJque vuela bajo

low-flying

[ˈləʊˌflaɪɪŋ] adjche vola a bassa quota
References in classic literature ?
Low-flying planes often "glue up" when near the Magnetic Pole, and there is no reason in science why the same disability should not be experienced at higher levels when the Auroras are "delivering" strongly.
The shadow of a low-flying dirigible scares the game.
by PTI The National Security Guard (NSG) and the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) are likely to be given powers to shoot down any "erring" low-flying object if they find it as 'rogue'.
Residents should not be alarmed if they see a low-flying airplane over parts of northeastern California starting around Sept.
A tourist from New Zealand was killed when the jet blast from a low-flying plane knocked her down Tuesday at 6 p.
HORSE owners say their animals had to be put down after being spooked by low-flying fighter jets and hurting themselves.
Summary: Missile was fired against a live low-flying high speed target
AN MP has called for a safety review into low-flying jets after two 'near misses' in 16 months.
The Mach Loop is one of 18 designated UK low-flying areas in the Welsh mountains east of Barmouth, and has come in for criticism from some local politicians.
THE sound of an earthquake that rocked the South coast has been described as "like a low-flying jet".
One witness said that he has never seen a jet flying so low over the island before, adding that he has seen seaplanes before, but he was sure that the low-flying plane wasn't one of those, and he could even make out the doors of the plane clearly.
A PARROT owner was paid PS2200 compensation because his pet was killed by a low-flying RAF jet.