Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

flying boat   (barco volador)

She was sunk by a Sunderland flying boat of No.

Mackay departed Cairo for Australia by flying boat on 22 August.

This was the original home base for the China Clipper flying boat.

flying ace   (as de la aviación)

Cap's father, famed aviator Pappy Wilson, had been a World War I flying ace.

As of 2019, he is currently the last living Soviet flying ace of Korean War.

German flying ace Manfred von Richthofen, aka The Red Baron spots Walker from above, but his guns jam.

flying boats   (botes voladores)

He flew Catalina flying boats based at Loch Erne in Northern Ireland.

In July 1918, the first Curtiss H-16 flying boats arrived in Londonderry.

They were a necessity for flying boats with high mounted, inaccessible engines.

flying training

It was reactivated in 1988 as a flying training unit.

It operates the Northrop T-38 Talon conducting flying training.

It operates the Beechcraft T-6 Texan II conducting flying training.

flying hours

Bowden is a master navigator with more than 4,500 flying hours.

The Concorde airframe was designed for a life of 45,000 flying hours.

Over his 30 years of flying, General Eaker accumulated 12,000 flying hours as pilot.

began flying

The group also began flying air refueling missions in 1994.

The squadron began flying combat sorties on 23 January 1918.

In July 1960 the unit began flying Convair F-106 Delta Darts.

flying officer

He was promoted to flying officer on 16 June 1939.

He was promoted war substantive flying officer on 1 October 1942.

By the time Australia declared war on 3 September 1939, Read had been promoted to flying officer.

flying fox   (Zorro Volador)

"Oh, it is from a flying fox", Tuitātui answered.

The diet of the Mauritian flying fox consist mainly of fruits.

The Mauritian flying fox was once widespread on the Mascarenes.

aircraft flying

An aircraft flying at is moving at a rate of about .

CHL could reliably detect aircraft flying as low as .

The ability to find other aircraft flying at such a low height was very limited.

flying school   (escuela de vuelo)

He was then shifted to the flying school in Moscow.

He passed and was sent to Canada for flying school.

The flying school closed after a few months.

flying ace credited   (as volador acreditado)

Wilhelm Gisbert Groos Wilhelm Gisbert Groos was a German World War I flying ace credited with seven aerial victories.

Werner Voss Werner Voss () (13 April 1897 – 23 September 1917) was a World War I German flying ace credited with 48 aerial victories.

It was there that Wick began flying the Messerschmitt Bf 109 monoplane fighter under the tutelage of Werner Mölders, a Spanish Civil War flying ace credited with 14 aerial victories.

flying through

But by midnight, wonder was literally flying through the air."

Jaegers are often seen flying through the gull and (in fall) tern flocks.

The logo varies from a falcon in human shape to the old Atlanta Falcons logo flying through a J.

flying squirrel   (ardilla voladora)

"P. landauae" was described from blood of the flying squirrel "Anomalurus peli".

A flying squirrel, new to science has been recently discovered from this district.

Pelt, horn or endo-skeletons of tiger, leopard, red panda, flying squirrel, rhinoceros, whale, colourful plumage of birds may be cited.

flying saucer   (Platillo volador)

They live in a big flying saucer.

Finally, it is Blasternaut's task to enter the Trash Alien's flying saucer and rescue Spot.

The building is unique due to its very futuristic design, resembling a landed flying saucer.

flying time

This left them about two minutes of flying time.

Cagle had 4,300 hours of flying time by the time the program started.

These light aircraft also allow for longer flying time and lower running costs.

flying bomb

The rockets were researched at a facility in Peenemunde along with the V-1 flying bomb.

In June a V-1 flying bomb struck Mortimer Crescent and the Orwells had to find somewhere else to live.

The government thus included the development of the flying bomb or aerial torpedo in its war preparations.

flying insects

Food: Adults feed on small flying insects.

Like many dragonflies, this species feeds on small flying insects.

Dwarf bonneted bats feed on flying insects, primarily beetles and moths.

first flying

The first flying saucers were produced in the 1950s.

The first flying prototype was finally completed in the autumn of 1971.

He served with 256 Squadron and 153 Squadron, first flying Defiants, then Hurricanes.

flying wing

It was to be a unique, stealthy, flying wing design.

Both teams used flying wing designs.

The B-2 is a flying wing aircraft, meaning that it has no fuselage or tail.

flying machine

The first novel tells the story of Orissa Kane, the sister of a young man who is building his own flying machine.

Frost began studying flight in 1868 and built a large steam-powered flying machine with both fixed and flapping wings from 1870 to 1877.

Using Waxflatter's latest invention, a flying machine, Holmes and Watson travel to the warehouse just in time to prevent Ehtar from sacrificing Elizabeth as the fifth and final "princess".

before flying

Kuzo said before flying away.

The two end up having to share a room together before flying back to Chicago.

Goodlin made another 11 flights in the #2 aircraft before flying the newly modified #1 aircraft.

flying around   (volando alrededor)

Criticism would be flying around that studio like skyrockets and bullets ...

This species is brown in color; however, when seen flying around at dusk, it will appear to be black.

As Eric Johnson recalls, even the smallest piece of debris flying around at such high speeds can cause damage.

flying instructor   (instructor de vuelo)

In 1959, he was appointed a flying instructor at Central Flying school.

After that he performed aerobatic demonstrations and worked as a flying instructor at the London Aeroplane Club.

In July 2007, a flying instructor for Comair testified that he would have failed both pilots for violating Sterile Cockpit Rules.

flying units

For the first time since it left for Vietnam, the wing once again had its three original flying units.

1 Operational Group which controlled all the flying units of Indian Air Force, including the flying training units.

In part, because of his maintenance background, he also frequently served as a maintenance officer in his flying units.

flying lessons

In late 1909, he started taking flying lessons from Glenn Curtiss.

While a student at Wellesley College, Nichols secretly took flying lessons.

He competed in swimming, basketball, and track, while also taking flying lessons.

when flying   (cuando vuela)

It is meant to be simple, but look festive, and to create a feeling of vibrant motion when flying.

The equipment necessary for daytime flight is inadequate when flying at night or in poor visibility.

Thus, when flying into a head wind, the best glide speed is higher but the best glide ratio is lower.

flying off

The video concludes with a worker bee flying off screen, one of the symbols of Manchester.

Chrysler also developed a wheel with a ridged rim, designed to keep a deflated tire from flying off the wheel.

Leaping from the aircraft, he handed a letter claiming sovereignty to a bemused islander before flying off again.

flying foxes

Spectacled flying foxes have one pup annually.

Most wild flying foxes are assumed to live much shorter lives.

Spectacled flying foxes are forest dwellers and rainforests are their preferred habitat.

flying squadron

It was inspired by the real life World War Two Russian female flying squadron.

By December 1971, the 416th was the only active flying squadron in the 4403d TFW.

The squadron is no longer a flying squadron, but instead has the role of Force Protection.

flying bombs

A week after D-Day the long-awaited attacks on London by V-1 flying bombs ('Divers') began.

XIVs and operations against the V-1 flying bombs were commenced, with five victories confirmed.

Góra also flew 28 flights anti- V-1 “flying bombs” operations; one such bomb he destroyed on 31 July 1944.

ski flying

In January 2007 he was used as a test jumper in the ski flying hill Vikersundbakken.

He also won gold in the ski flying team event at the 2010 Ski Flying World Championships.

Built in 1970, Copper Peak remains the only ski flying facility in the Western Hemisphere.

flying squadrons

By 1955 the RCyAF was operating two flying squadrons based at RAF Negombo.

609 Squadron was formed on 10 February 1936 at RAF Yeadon, now Leeds Bradford International Airport, as the ninth of the 21 flying squadrons of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force.

The squadron was the only one of the 514th Wing's three flying squadrons that moved to McGuire Air Force Base with wing headquarters in 1961 as the Detached Squadron Concept was implemented.

flying operations

In the 70s Flight Refuelling left the airfield and flying operations moved to Hurn.

The group directs flying operations dedicated to personnel recovery and is part of Air Combat Command.

and the 315th was inactivated and not replaced as reserve flying operations at Kent County ceased in 1949.

still flying   (sigue volando)

In a modified form the Sigma is still flying.

Several examples are still flying, especially in the United Kingdom.

At this point, "Emden"s battle ensign was still flying: usually a sign that a ship intends to continue fighting.

seen flying

Female "C. fontinella" are only seen flying when searching for a mate.

Jaegers are often seen flying through the gull and (in fall) tern flocks.

In these elevations it is usually seen flying just above the tree canopy.

flying buttresses

A number of flying buttresses support the building.

The original design made use of flying buttresses to support the weight of the roof.

The choir's flying buttresses were hidden, but those of the nave can be seen from the outside.

flying saucers

The first flying saucers were produced in the 1950s.

Players must shoot splitting "neutron mines" and flying saucers.

He adds that there is no connection between the search program and the reports of so-called flying saucers."

started flying

On March 25, 2018, the airline started flying from Davao to Siargao.

In 2000, Bergen Air Transport started flying between Notodden and Bergen, using a Cessna 421B.

In 1971 the company started flying between Iceland and Scandinavia with the slightly smaller DC-8-55.

flying low

Ted Olson asked her location and she reported the plane was flying low over a residential area.

They are generally slow flying bats, flying low to the ground or water, and grabbing insects with their large feet.

Shortly before the crash, eyewitnesses on the ground observed the aircraft flying low, hitting a tree and an electric post, before slamming into the house.

hours of flying

Cagle had 4,300 hours of flying time by the time the program started.

By 7 February 1944, pilots at Luke had achieved a million hours of flying time.

When it was delivered to Si Fly, the plane had 25,000 hours of flying time in July.

capable of flying

He is also capable of flying at impossible speeds, between Earth and Kahani.

Also like Daffy Duck, Plucky is capable of flying with his wings but very rarely does so.

The F-5 became the first military plane in Venezuela capable of flying at supersonic speeds.

flying squirrels

This species infects Asian flying squirrels.

"P. landauae" was described from the blood of flying squirrels.

"Plasmodium pulmophilium" was described from the blood of flying squirrels in the Ivory Coast.

night flying

In 1949, night flying was added to the curriculum, despite the lack of radar equipment.

From 1 to 31 May 1924, the Royal Air Force conducted a number of night flying experiments.

The program principally of routine transition training, night flying, instrument flights, and ground controlled approaches.

flying birds

Thus, all flying birds have a pronounced keel.

The difficulty with this scheme phylogenetically was that some flightless birds, without strong keels, are descended directly from ordinary flying birds possessing one.

Largest living flying birds according to wingspan The table contains list of largest birds living on this planet by wingspan, at maximum, assumed to be reliable by experts or by verified records.

lives flying

Order: ApodiformesFamily: Apodidae Swifts are small birds which spend the majority of their lives flying.

Order: ApodiformesFamily: Apodidae The swifts are small birds which spend the majority of their lives flying.

high flying

She, however, also occasionally uses new school and high flying styles.

The idea was to confront the Junkers 86 P, an extremely high flying reconnaissance aircraft.

Kinnikuman Mariposa is a luchador-themed Choujin with many high flying, acrobatic maneuvers.

flying accident

The unit's victories came at the expense of seven pilots killed in action, and one killed in a flying accident.

The squadron's victories came at the expense of five killed in action, one killed in a flying accident, and six wounded in action.

The unit's victories came at the expense of eight killed in action, one killed in a flying accident, and one taken prisoner of war.

flying back   (volando de regreso)

The two end up having to share a room together before flying back to Chicago.

After flying back to Taiwan, Xiao Jie decides to take a leap of faith and study abroad.

However, instead of flying back to Scotland, she went to stay with her sister in England.