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Record 1 2015-04-30

English

Subject field(s)
  • Aircraft Piloting and Navigation
CONT

Pressure altitude is the height above sea level corresponding to a given barometric pressure under standard air conditions.

OBS

above sea level; ASL: term and abbreviation usually used to define how high up on land a certain position is.

OBS

above sea level; ASL: term and abbreviation used at Natural Resources Canada - Earth Sciences Sector.

OBS

ASL: abbreviation standardized by the Glossary for Pilots and Air Traffic Services Personnel Committee.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Pilotage et navigation aérienne
CONT

Nous étonnerons sans doute nombre de pilotes en leur rappelant que : 1 millibar ou 3/4 mm de mercure correspond à une élévation de : -8,50 m au-dessus du niveau de la mer [...]

OBS

au-dessus du niveau de la mer; ASL : terme et abréviation en usage à Ressources naturelles Canada - Secteur des sciences de la Terre.

OBS

au-dessus du niveau de la mer; ASL : terme et abréviation uniformisés par le Comité d'uniformisation de la terminologie aéronautique (CUTA) - Opérations aériennes.

OBS

ASL : abréviation normalisée par le Comité sur le Glossaire à l'intention des pilotes et du personnel des services de la circulation aérienne.

Spanish

Campo(s) temático(s)
  • Pilotaje y navegación aérea
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