below the glide slope

below the glide slope
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Англо-русский словарь по авиации. 2013.

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  • false glide slope — A characteristic of the glide slope portion of the ILS (instrument landing system), in which one or more false glide slopes at different angles to the horizontal occur well above the true glide slope. This is because of a radiation pattern of the …   Aviation dictionary

  • glide-path transmitter — An element in the ILS (instrument landing system) that defines a glide path beam and assists an aircraft to make an approach at a correct glide angle. A glide path transmitter is located 750 to 1250 ft from the runway threshold and 250 to 600 ft… …   Aviation dictionary

  • glide path — i. The flight path of an aircraft in glide, as seen from the side. ii. The glide slope (i.e., the path used by an aircraft in approach procedure generated by an instrument landing facility). iii. An aircraft on a PAR (precision approach radar)… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Glide ratio — Glide ratio, also called, Lift to drag ratio, glide number, or finesse, is an aviation term that refers to the distance an aircraft will move forward for any given amount of lost altitude (the cotangent of the downward angle). Alternatively it is …   Wikipedia

  • Visual Approach Slope Indicator — The Visual Approach Slope Indicator (VASI) is a system of lights on the side of an airport runway that provides visual descent guidance information during the approach to a runway. These lights may be visible from up to eight kilometers (five… …   Wikipedia

  • visual approach slope indicator — A system of lights arranged to provide visual descent guidance information during the approach to a runway. These lights are visible from 3 to 5 miles during the day and up to 20 miles at night. The visual glide path of the VASI provides a safe… …   Aviation dictionary

  • visual glide-path indicator — A system of visible lights arranged in a pattern at the landing end of the runway to provide glide slope guidance for aircraft making a visual approach. A typical system consists of downwind and upwind bars, consisting of 2, 3, 4, or 12 lights on …   Aviation dictionary

  • tricolor visual approach slope indicator — A system of lights to indicate the correct glide slope when making an approach to a runway. It consists of a single light unit projecting a three color visual approach path. The below–glide path indication is red, the above–glide path indication… …   Aviation dictionary

  • 2010 Polish Air Force Tu-154 crash — Polish Air Force Tu 154 crash Part of the fuselage near Smolensk Accident summary Date 10 April …   Wikipedia

  • airport — airport1 /air pawrt , pohrt /, n. a tract of land or water with facilities for the landing, takeoff, shelter, supply, and repair of aircraft, esp. one used for receiving or discharging passengers and cargo at regularly scheduled times. [1915 20;… …   Universalium

  • Ozark Air Lines Flight 809 — Accident summary Date 23 July 1973 Type Windshear accident Site …   Wikipedia


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