What do you make of this flying high?
Steve McCroskey : Johnny, what can you make out of this? Johnny : This? Why, I can make a hat or a brooch or a pterodactyl…
What do the jive dudes say in airplane?
First Jive Dude : Say ‘e can’t hang, say seven up!
Can you fly this plane and land it?
Rumack : Can you fly this plane, and land it? Ted Striker : Surely you can’t be serious. Rumack : I am serious… and don’t call me Shirley.
Why was airplane called flying high?
“Airplane!” (1980) became “Flying High?” in Australia and New Zealand. “Airplane!” or “Flying High”? Distributors in both Australia and New Zealand changed the title of this classic comedy from “Airplane!” to “Flying High” because they thought it would be too similar to another American movie released at the same time.
Is aeroplane a correct word?
Aeroplane and airplane are different forms of the same word. Airplane is preferred in American and Canadian English, while aeroplane is traditionally preferred in non-North American varieties of English. But airplane has been steadily gaining ground in British publications, and it may someday become standard.
Who said I speak jive in airplane?
Barbara Billingsley: Jive Lady. Jump to: Photos (1)
What is jive speak?
Jive talk, Harlem jive or simply Jive (also known as the argot of jazz, jazz jargon, vernacular of the jazz world, slang of jazz, and parlance of hip) is an African-American Vernacular English slang or vocabulary that developed in Harlem, where “jive” (jazz) was played and was adopted more widely in African-American …
Did I have the fish or did I have the lasagna?
Rumack: What was it we had for dinner tonight? Elaine Dickinson: Well, we had a choice of steak or fish. Rumack: Yes, yes, I remember, I had lasagna.
What is the vector Victor?
To answer the question “What is our vector, Victor?”, Victor should state the heading they have been assigned to fly from ATC. An alternative question would be “What is your heading?” and then you would answer with the direction you are currently flying. Show activity on this post. Say again phraseology database.