Definition of Flying school
1. Noun. A school for teaching students to fly airplanes.
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Literary usage of Flying school
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Textbook of Naval Aeronautics by Henry Woodhouse (1917)
"REGULATIONS FOR flying school AND REPORTS TO BE MADE Nama Record of flights of ... Weekly Report of flying school Operations. Daily Report of Aeroplanes. ..."
2. Arthur Richmond Taber by Sydney Richmond Taber (1920)
"letter explains how he came to be transferred from the ground-school at Oxford to a flying-school at Stamford, in Lincolnshire: November 18, 1917. ..."
3. Flying: Some Practical Experience by Gustav Hamel, Charles Cyril Turner (1914)
"The old Balloon Factory at Farnborough was reorganised into the Royal Aircraft Factory, and the Central flying school for the training of both naval and ..."
4. Harvard's Military Record in the World War by Frederick S. Mead (1921)
"October 5; detailed to Ground School, Oxford; to School of Machine and Aerial Gunnery, Grantham, November 3; to flying school, Rockford, December 5; ..."
5. Year Book of the Holland Society of New-York by Holland Society of New York (1919)
"... Pilot, May, 1918; Royal Air Service flying school at Vendome, France, graduated; ... flying school, 1918; Foggia, Italy, flying school, Italian Front, ..."
6. A Soldier of the Sky by George Frederick Campbell (1918)
"THE flying school ON SALISBURY PLAIN. As I approached the stage of actual flight in my ... The Central flying school of the RFC, at Upavon, Wiltshire, ..."