pressure-pattern flying

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The planning and execution of a flight routing in such a way as to minimize flight time for any given aircraft and load. Named from the fact that the principal aids to planning are isobaric (constant-pressure) charts and the pattern of contours that they show.

Subjects: Meteorology and Climatology.

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