touch-and-go landing

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touch-and-go landing ‎(plural touch-and-go landings)

  1. (aviation) A maneuver that is common when learning to fly an airplane, involving landing on a runway and then taking off again without coming to a complete stop. Repetitions of this maneuver by circling the airport allow many landings to be practiced in a relatively short time.

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