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in-flight

Line breaks: in-flight
Pronunciation: /ˈɪnflʌɪt
 
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Definition of in-flight in English:

adjective

Occurring or provided during an aircraft flight: in-flight catering
More example sentences
  • The aircraft is equipped with an in-flight refuelling probe mounted above and behind the flight deck.
  • Certainly, one of the most potentially dangerous aspects of winter flying is in-flight icing.
  • The Imperial Hotel provided the in-flight meal for this flight.

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