Encyclopedia: Cruise Altitude - Height Cruising
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CROSS TRACK

Transverse direction (a rate) for 90 degrees from the intended track of the aircraft. For example, the lateral direction distance is the distance (vector) from the intended track, measured under 90 degrees to the line of the flight path.

CROSS-CHANNEL

CROSSED CHANNELS, electrical wire (a) connecting one system to another, for example, like the FCC "A" system with the FCC "B".

CROSSFEED

Ringing, an internal connection between the fuel pipe for supplying fuel from one part to the adjacent aircraft engine or from one part to another.

CROSSFEED VALVE

VALVE ringing valve on the fuel line ringing for supplying fuel from one part to another aircraft

CRT, SEE

CRT, sm.-CATHODE RAY TUBE.

CRUISE

Cruise phase of flight where the height and speed of basically constant.

CRUISE ALTITUDE

Cruising altitude, altitude or horizontal flight at cruising when supported by the horizontal flight on the route.

CYCLE

CYCLE, completed a series of events that are periodically repeated in a long sequence.

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