flight line

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flight line (plural flight lines)

  1. (aviation) The precise movement of a civil photogrammetric aircraft along a predetermined course at a predetermined altitude during the actual photographic run.
  2. (aviation) The area of an airfield where aircraft may be parked and serviced, including hangars, but not including taxiways or runways.