- adj. After a flight.
- post- + flight (Wiktionary)
“It was very dark in the interior of the aircraft, with only red lighting, probably so that the recovering maintenance crew could see the interior to accomplish a proper postflight checklist after landing.”
“The Zero Gravity Corporation packages its product with preflight briefings, in-flight photography and postflight "regravitation celebrations.”
“The older Russian cosmonauts even showed the pair a secret way into the building in order to dodge the standard postflight quarantine.”
“He hurried through the postflight checks and secured the controls.”
“The scent of roasting coffee beans jolted me out of my postflight torpor.”
“Takeoff fly 16 hour mission and land. 3 hours postflight debrief, mx, etc.”
“At one of our crew parties, when asked about some postflight activity, he had dismissively replied, “I have no plans past MECO.””
“While it appeared we would remain invisible to the civilian world, we did have a “black world” postflight tour around the country.”
“After returning from Miami I fell into the standard postflight depression every astronaut experiences.”
“They would have been chatting happily about the parties and postflight trips that were planned.”
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