aircraft in distress


aircraft in distress
ЛА, терпящий бедствие, ЛА в аварийной обстановке

Englsh-Russian aviation and space dictionary. - M.: Military publishing house USSR Ministry of Defence. . 1974.

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  • Distress signal — Call for help redirects here. For the TV show, see Call for Help. A distress signal is an internationally recognized means for obtaining help. Distress signals take the form of or are commonly made by using radio signals, displaying a visually… …   Wikipedia

  • Aircraft emergency frequency — The aircraft emergency frequency (also known as guard) is a frequency used on the aircraft radio band reserved for emergency communications for aircraft in distress. The frequencies are 121.5 MHz for civilian, also known as International Air… …   Wikipedia

  • distress signal — A signal transmitted by an aircraft in distress. It could be transmitted on radio as Mayday or by light indications …   Aviation dictionary

  • distress — ► NOUN 1) extreme anxiety or suffering. 2) the state of a ship or aircraft when in danger or difficulty. 3) Medicine a state of physical strain, especially difficulty in breathing. ► VERB 1) cause distress to. 2) give (furniture, leather, etc.)… …   English terms dictionary

  • distress — 1 noun (U) 1 EXTREME WORRY a feeling of extreme worry and unhappiness: Luke s destructive behaviour caused his parents great distress. | in distress: The girl was crying and clearly in distress. 2 PAIN formal great physical pain 3 LACK OF… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • distress — dis|tress1 [dıˈstres] n [U] [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: destresse, from Latin districtus, past participle of distringere to pull apart, prevent from acting or leaving ] 1.) a feeling of extreme unhappiness ▪ Luke s behaviour caused… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • distress — I UK [dɪˈstres] / US noun [uncountable] ** 1) a feeling that you have when you are very unhappy, worried, or upset I wouldn t want to cause her any distress. in distress: She d arrived on Gina s doorstep in obvious distress. 2) great pain 3) a… …   English dictionary

  • distress — dis|tress1 [ dı stres ] noun uncount ** 1. ) a feeling that you have when you are very unhappy, worried, or upset: I wouldn t want to cause her any distress. in distress: She d arrived on Gina s doorstep in obvious distress. a ) great pain 2. ) a …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Distress and Diversion — The Distress and Diversion (D D) Frequency is an international standard radio frequency for aviation distress. Set on 121.500 MHz it is the frequency for reporting a Pan Pan or a Mayday call. It is used in uncontrolled airspace, where ATC… …   Wikipedia

  • distress — n. & v. n. 1 severe pain, sorrow, anguish, etc. 2 the lack of money or comforts. 3 Law = DISTRAINT. 4 breathlessness; exhaustion. v.tr. 1 subject to distress; exhaust, afflict. 2 cause anxiety to; make unhappy; vex. Phrases and idioms: distress… …   Useful english dictionary


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