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Currently, NAV CANADA is working with Intergraph to produce and manage the visual flight rules (VFR) chart series.
2 LuftVZO for the execution of flights under Visual Flight Rules (VFR) by day and night under visual meteorological conditions (VMC) within the property of the hospital city of Hanau immediate access to emergency Interdisciplinary be designed.
Jeppesen Mobile FliteDeck VFR is a new iPad-based (NASDAQ: AAPL) navigation and planning solution designed specifically to enhance the flying experience for private pilots operating under visual flight rules conditions.
He had completed two successful VTOs into the visual flight rules pattern.
The weather on-station was not ideal but still workable for our visual flight rules (VFR), due-regard operations.
Surrounded by a tall wall of mountains and located at an altitude of over 7,000 feet, Drukair operates out of one of the world's most challenging airports at Paro, where approach is by Visual Flight Rules (VFR) only.
You might say that it is the business equivalent of moving from visual flight rules to instrument flight rules, which allows pilots to fly also through fog or through the night.
The aircraft was on a visual flight rules flight from the Calgary/Springbank Airport to the area of Sundre, Alberta with three people on board, all of whom were fatally injured.