aircraft separation

дистанция между воздушными судами
эшелонирование воздушных судов

Англо-русский словарь по авиационной медицине. 2013.

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  • separation — i. The vertical, lateral, and longitudinal spacing between aircraft to achieve their safe and orderly movement in flight and while taking off and landing. Vertical or horizontal spacing must be provided between controlled IFR (instrument flight… …   Aviation dictionary

  • separation minimum(s) — The minimum longitudinal, lateral, or vertical distances by which aircraft are spaced through application of ATC (air traffic control) procedures …   Aviation dictionary

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