Translation of air-to-air in Spanish:


aire-aire, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɛrtəˈɛr/ /ˌɛːtuːˈɛː/


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    (missile/rocket) aire-aire
    • The Air Force's two 707 air-to-air refuelling aircraft on deployment are due to return home soon.
    • The very first air-to-air missile was an aircraft rocket designed primarily for antiballoon or anti-Zeppelin work.
    • Some added more flight time by posing as enemy aircraft for air-to-air battles.
    • The air-to-air refuelling probe is retracted into the aircraft to retain the aerodynamic profile.
    • This aircraft can carry up to 3,800 kg of air-to-air and air-to-surface missiles, bombs and munitions.
    • It is armed with new powerful air-to-ground and air-to-air missiles, a cannon, and an increased weapon payload.
    • Although other factors contributed to the outcomes in both the Bekaa Valley and the Falklands, the air-to-air missile clearly had come of age.
    • The world's most potent and technologically advanced short-range air-to-air missile has been accepted into service for the Hornet fleet.
    • For air-to-air combat Stinger missiles can be fitted.
    • We will be covering the flights of the Stormbird and will be presenting air-to-air photographs of this World War Two classic in an upcoming issue.
    • In the air-to-air role, the radar operates in search, track and combat modes.
    • In the general aviation field, what is the frequency for air-to-air communications and where may I find such information as a pilot?
    • The company buys from armed forces' obsolete stocks of air-to-air or air-to-ground ammunition.
    • Missiles replaced guns as the main air-to-air weapons.
    • The helicopter can be equipped with a probe for air-to-air refuelling.
    • A great big thanks to Kurt Wien for the use of his airplane and his talent to make the air-to-air photo session a success.
    • He is credited with 14.5 air-to-air victories and logged more combat hours than any other American pilot during WWII.
    • Well, direct air-to-air combat they're not very good at because of their status of training and their equipment and their status of spare parts.
    • We brief these rules before every air-to-air flight, along with out-of-control procedures.
    • Pilots conduct most air-to-air training over the Yellow Sea, west of Kunsan.