stream takeoff

stream takeoff
Takeoffs by a group of aircraft in quick succession one after another. Aircraft roll individually at specified intervals of, say, 5 or 10 s, and not simultaneously. However, groups of two or more may take off in formation followed by another group at a short interval.

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