The precise route taken or due to be taken through the air by an aircraft or spacecraft.(noun)
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Use "flight path" in a sentence
"The scant undergrowth and lack of low branches kept a relatively clear line-of-sight for them down on the ground, and a clear flight path for the birds."
"“When the SLA panels were ejected,” Neil explains, “they had a very slight outward relative velocity, but their velocity along the flight path was essentially identical to that of the CSM-LM combination."