The direction one is traveling.
The compass direction in which a vessel is pointed at any given moment.
The compass direction in which the longitudinal axis of the aircraft points.
Every aircraft under ATC management may be assigned a direction or â€œheadingâ€ to fly. Headings are stated as degrees of the compass, measured from North in a clockwise direction. Holding pattern If the number of aircraft approaching an airport is greater than the number of landings the airport can handle, the pilot will be asked to remain in a holding pattern while awaiting clearance to land.
The direction in which the longitudinal axis of an aircraft is pointed, usually expressed in degrees from north (true, magnetic, compass or grid north). abbreviation: HDG Fr: cap
The direction in which the longitudinal axis of a craft is aligned, measured clockwise from a given reference point.
the direction or path along which something moves or along which it lies
A number of degrees from 0 through 359, that correspond to the degrees found on a compass. Your current heading is the direction you are traveling and is graphically represented on the Navigation Mode screen by a line that radiates outward from the center of the screen. The heading to a target is the compass reading to be used to reach the target and is graphically represented on the Navigation Mode screen by a large arrow.
compass direction boat is pointing.
The direction of intended movement. This may differ from actual COG due to winds, sea conditions, etc.
The direction in which a vessel's bow points at any given time.
The direction in which a vehicle is moving. For air and sea operations, this may differ from actual Course Over Ground (COG) due to winds, currents, etc.
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The direction in which the boat is pointing.
The direction a boat is pointed.
The direction that you are facing or traveling see Bearing.
The magnetic compass direction in which the aircraft is pointed in relation to a 360-degree circle. It is not necessarily the direction the aircraft is traveling. (See, for instance, Crabbing.)
The direction in which an aircraft is pointing measure clockwise in degrees from North. Note that this is not necessarily the same as the aircraft's track because of wind.
The direction in which a ship or an aircraft is moving. This may differ from actual COG due to winds, sea conditions, etc.
The direction an aircraft, skydiver, or parachute is facing. The ability to recognize and maintain heading is crucial to jumping with others successfully. "On" or "off" heading are terms commonly used to describe exits and deployments.
The direction you are travelling usually expressed as magnetic or true north. For air and sea operations, this may differ from actual Course Over Ground (COG) due to winds, currents, etc.
direction in which ship's bow is pointing at any instant, not the same as course
Direction in which a boat is pointing at a given moment.