For as long as anyone in our crew could remember, there has been a "read and initial" referring to an interim flight clearance addressing this very situation.
What does FC stand for?
FC stands for Flight Clearance
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of FC
We have 108 other meanings of FC in our Acronym Attic
- First Cymru (travel company, Wales, UK)
- Fish Camp (Texas A&M University)
- Fish Commission
- Fishermen's Cooperative (Philippines)
- Fixed Cost
- Fixed Coverage
- Flag Carrier (used in Capture the Flag game)
- Flame-Cut (technical drawings)
- Fleet Commander (science fiction)
- Flight Chart
Samples in periodicals archive:
We are alarmed by reports that the Government of Sudan delayed granting the necessary flight clearances to allow the expeditious medical evacuation of the injured peacekeepers and threatened to shoot down any UN helicopter that attempted to access the area without approval.
The GE Rolls-Royce Fighter Engine Team has launched its flight clearance certification review, a process that will prepare the F136 engine for flight testing over the next several months.
The provisional flight clearance for the first indigenous prototype engine was given by the certifying agency, RCMA in a short ceremony held at the launch pad.
Aircraft Certification A naval aircraft would normally be given a flight clearance from the Naval Air Systems Command, which would allow the aircraft to operate in its intended operational environment.
Prof Martin Birchall, who grew the cells for the revolutionary procedure, was forced to pay pounds 14,000 for a private plane after easyJet would not give flight clearance to Barcelona.
They keep unmelted solids in the primary screw channel by increasing the flight clearance on the downstream side, while letting the fluid melt escape over the barrier flight into the secondary channel.