ground-to-air communication

ground-to-air communication
One-way communication from stations or locations on the surface of the earth to aircraft.
(AN 10/II; PANS-ATM)
Official term and definition deleted from PANS-ATM by Amdt 4 (24/11/2005).
односторонняя связь «земля-воздух»
Oднoстoрoнняя связь мeжду стaнциями или пунктaми, рaспoлoжeнными нa пoвeрхнoсти зeмли, и вoздушными судaми.

International Civil Aviation Vocabulary (English-Russian). 2014.

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