Examples of flight path in a Sentence
No other planes were on their flight path.
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Inglewood Unified was awarded $44 million by Los Angeles International Airport as part of a noise mitigation program for schools in the flight path.
Zipline operates the entire chain, from the medical worker sending in an order for blood, to locating the right product in its distribution center, programming the flight path into a drone, and launching it.
The panel’s ruling is significant because a different three-judge panel in August ruled in favor of residents in a dispute over flight paths in Phoenix.
But sadly, the residents of East Elmhurst, Queens, whose neighborhood is under the flight path, know all too well that Mr. Rothenberg has no need for any special lenses.
Hypersonic missiles fly into space after launch, but then come down and fly at high speeds on a flight path similar to an airplane.
This allows the space crafts to carry larger and heavier objects into orbit than would be physically possible with a vertical flight path.
The airline said the inaugural flight reduced travel time by cutting out stopovers and by taking advantage of favorable winds without having to factor in a midpoint in the Middle East or Asia on its flight path.
There are two maps following the test space station: a wider view, with Tiangong-1's flight path laid out in dots, and a closer look showing the land and water below the spacecraft at any point.
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FLIGHT PATH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of flight path for English Language Learners
: the route that an airplane, spaceship, etc., travels along through the air or space
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