fly light

fly light

in. to skip a meal or eating. Nothing for me, thanks. I’m flying light today.
See also: fly, light
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In his younger days he held a pilot's licence to fly light aircraft.
0 autopilot features the Lockheed Martin industry leading Fly Light avionics technologies.
After learning to fly light aircraft in his teens, John began to buy aircraft in his 20s, eventually acquiring an ex-Qantas Boeing 707.
Above: Glass Globe light, PS10, Homebase Left: Kartell FLY light, PS160, John Lewis
She learned to fly light aircraft in South Africa in just six weeks, married her photographer boyfriend Nick Wiltshire, became pregnant, and had their son Oscar.
Women are taught to build, maintain and fly light aircraft in a four-year course that includes modules in community healthcare.
He added that many hotels bring down tariffs on weekdays and that on specific routes, fares are low when they fly light.
She began singing at a young age and is learning to fly light aircraft.
So Becks has called the Flight Safety International Centre in Long Beach, California - where pupils learn to fly light aircraft or helicopters on simulators.
The first obstacle will be Bolivia's altitude, which will force the carrier to fly light, with 65 passengers rather than the 80-person capacity of its BA 146-200 aircraft.
In the mid-1980s, a minor news item mentioned that a flying school in England had banned Libyan students from learning to fly light aircraft.
Mr Powell also used his break to spend a month in America learning to fly light aircraft and is close to completing his pilot's licence.
The STEALTH Fly Station is the latest in a series of Ecolab Pest Elimination innovations, including the STEALTH Maxima([R]) Fly Light, CheckPoint([R]) Interior and CheckPoint([R]) Exterior Rodent Stations, and Finito[TM], a ready-to-use solution for food contact surfaces.