Translation of airspeed in Spanish:


velocidad relativa de vuelo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛəspiːd//ˈɛrˌspid/


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    velocidad relativa de vuelo feminine
    • Although the pilot decided to slow the rate of descent and airspeed of the plane, there was no noticeable reduction in the level of vibration.
    • Even modern airliners take off into head winds to increase the plane's relative airspeed.
    • It required constant vigilance for airspeed, pitch and rudder/aileron coordination.
    • When my displays were restored, the aircraft maintained airspeed and altitude.
    • During take off, the computer will relay his ground speed, airspeed and height from the runway.
    • An airplane in a spin does not gain airspeed and its rate of descent is relatively slow.
    • Then I raised the nose slightly, watching the vertical speed and airspeed reflect pulling out of the dive.
    • In the realm of reverse command, less power is required for more airspeed, more power for less airspeed.
    • Slowly and laboriously the aircraft gained airspeed as the needle crept past stalling speed.
    • For example a short A-frame is positive. High airspeed in relation to the turbulence is positive too.
    • That fact, combined with my slow airspeed, caused the airplane to start to settle.
    • Begin with airspeed, and use the pointed handle of the true airspeed indicator as a speed bug for Vr, Vy or approach speed.
    • What's the fastest way to gain airspeed in a non-afterburner-equipped aircraft?
    • You may be surprised to find that the airplane will hold roughly the same airspeed in a power-off glide at the same attitude.
    • The plane's clamshell airbrakes at the back of the fuselage keep airspeed from rising uncontrollably during the dive.
    • They can still read the altimeter and airspeed, and they still have navigation aids available to them.
    • The IGC file produced by the IQ-Compeo seems to record both the ground speed and the airspeed.
    • This type of accident happens when a pilot tries to fly out of ground effect without sufficient airspeed or power.
    • With a following wind, a pilot could easily find his airspeed dropping below stalling speed.
    • Since we know our aircraft's true airspeed to be 120 knots, we have everything we need to solve the equation.