were

were
aircraft is considered to be missing
воздушное судно считается пропавшим без вести
be compulsory Article
обязательно к выполнению в соответствии со статьей
be experienced in flight
иметь место в полете
be forced landing
быть вынужденным совершить посадку
be off the track
уклоняться от заданного курса
be on the level on the hour
занимать эшелон по нулям
be out of trim
быть разбалансированным
be stiff to rotate
вращаться с заеданием
landing gear is down and locked
шасси выпущено и установлено на замки выпущенного положения
the route to be flown
намеченный маршрут полета
the route to be followed
установленный маршрут полета
the runway is clear
ВПП свободна
the runway is not clear
ВПП занята
the search is terminated
поиск прекращен

English-Russian aviation dictionary. 2015.

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  • Were — (w[=e]r), n. [AS. wer; akin to OS. & OHG. wer, Goth. wa[ i]r, L. vir, Skr. v[=i]ra. Cf. {Weregild}, and {Werewolf}.] [1913 Webster] 1. A man. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 2. A fine for slaying a man; the money value set upon a man s life; weregild. [Obs …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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