Definition of flight deck in English:

flight deck

Syllabification: flight deck

noun

1The cockpit of a large aircraft, from which the pilot and crew fly it.
More example sentences
  • The aircraft has state-of-the-art flight deck, avionics and navigation equipment.
  • RAAF pilots will not assume both seats on the flight deck until the aircraft is accepted and operated by the Air Force in 2006.
  • These could easily light up the flight deck of an aircraft with startling results to the crew.
2The deck of an aircraft carrier, used for takeoff and landing.
More example sentences
  • The royal party watched a dynamic display of aerial and aquatic action from the flight deck of aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal.
  • Four people suffered minor injures when a crane toppled on to the flight deck of aircraft carrier HMS Invincible.
  • The ship's company put in a sterling effort lifting the water from the tank deck to the flight deck for the water shuttle.

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