Definition of Flare path
1. Noun. An airstrip outline with lights to guide an airplane pilot in landing.
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Literary usage of Flare path
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1. Night Bombing with the Bedouins by Robert Henry Reece (1919)
"der bombardment by the Huns the flare- path is lighted and the pilot spirals slowly down while the allotted letter of the plane is being flashed in Morse ..."
2. Challenging Horizons: Qantas 1939-1954 by John Gunn (1987)
"Camilla was asked to hold off while a flare path was laid and Koch circled the light. Lester Brain, in a formal report, wrote: "Thick weather intensified ..."