Definition of Blind landing
1. Noun. Using only instruments for flying an aircraft because you cannot see through clouds or mists etc..
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Literary usage of Blind landing
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1. Flight Check!: The Story Of Faa Flight Inspection by Scott A. Thompson (1997)
"As early as 1923, blind landing tests had been initiated by the Bureau of Standards for the Army Air Service. Famed aviator Jimmy Doolittle had conducted a ..."
2. Where No Man Has Gone Before: A History of Apollo Lunar Exploration Missions by William D. Compton (1996)
"At 1:54:36 am EST on November 20, Pete Conrad made a blind landing—exactly where, he could not tell, but certainly close to the intended spot.12 Conrad was ..."
3. Women and the Trades,Pittsburgh,1907-1908 by Elizabeth Beardsley Butler (1909)
"Pausing for breath at the blind landing just below the roof, you see through the half-open door half a dozen stocky, undersized, foreign-looking men passing ..."
4. The Shorthand Writer (1888)
"This is the foly of''blind leaders of the blind " landing both in the ditch of faulty riting and probable discontent with ..."
5. NIST at 100: Foundations for Progressedited by Raymond G. Kammer edited by Raymond G. Kammer (2001)
"The first "blind landing" relying entirely on radio guidance was made in 1931 in College Park, Md. The principles of this design provide the basis for ..."