mid-flight

mid-flight

adj, adv
during a flight; whilst airborne: a mid-flight celebration; doors opening mid-flight.
n
in mid-flight during a flight; whilst airborne
References in classic literature ?
He hurled himself after wild-dog, caught him in mid-flight, and rolled him over and over in a cloud of dust.
Was Van Horn's darkness as the darkness of the blue-bottle fly that his fly-flapping maid smashed and disrupted in mid-flight of the air?
Such abrupt arrest in mid-flight by the heavier dog brought the fox-terrier down on deck with, a heavy thump.
And then a number of things happened, almost simultaneously--the lion sprang from his ambush toward the retreating black--Tarzan cried out in warning--and the black turned just in time to see Numa halted in mid-flight by a slender strand of grass rope, the noosed end of which had fallen cleanly about his neck.
A JET made an emergency landing yesterday after the pilot died in mid-flight.
com that Brady's parents had also been on board to witness their son propose mid-flight.
Approximately 17 suspects have been arrested in Pakistan in relation to the alleged plot to blow up a number of aircraft travelling from the UK to the US in mid-flight.
A PASSENGER jet avoided disaster yesterday when its captain died mid-flight, as it was carrying an extra co-pilot.
Long delays will affect passengers in New Zealand travelling to and from London in the coming days after authorities in the UK thwarted an alleged plot to blow up aircraft in mid-flight, Air New Zealand has said.
Frank Ciacco, a former forensic expert at the US National Transportation Safety Board, said: "Intact bodies and multiple fractures are a good indicator of mid-flight break up.
Authorities in the UK have reportedly arrested 24 suspects who were allegedly planning to blow up aircraft in mid-flight by using liquid chemical devices.
A PASSENGER took control of a light aircraft after the pilot died mid-flight - then managed to land safely using instructions from experts on the ground.
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