- flight watch
- A shortened term for use in air-to-ground contacts on 122.0 MHz to identify the flight service station providing en route flight advisory service (e.g., “Delhi Flight Watch”).
Aviation dictionary. 2014.
Aviation dictionary. 2014.
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