It is an aircraft flight instrument normally mounted below the artificial horizon in place of a conventional heading indicator.
It is an instrument used in an aircraft to inform the pilot of the orientation of the aircraft relative to Earth's horizon.
It measures the difference in pressure between the air around the craft and the increased pressure caused by propulsion.
It is that of a miniature airplane as seen from behind.
It indicates whether the aircraft is climbing, descending, or in level flight.
It is an instrument used to measure the altitude of an object above a fixed level.
It is an aircraft collision avoidance system designed to reduce the incidence of mid-air collisions between aircraft.
It is the pilot's primary reference for flight information.
It monitors aircraft functions and relays them to the pilots. It also produces messages detailing failures and in certain cases, lists procedures to undertake to correct the problem.
It is any transparent display that presents data without requiring users to look away from their usual viewpoints.