A prescribed pattern, established by air refuelling points, along which air-to-air refuelling of aircraft is performed.
A geographic position or radio navigation fix along an air refuelling anchor pattern or air refuelling track.
A procedure used by the military to transfer fuel from one aircraft to another during flight.
A sequence of points that define the trajectory to be flown during an aerial refuelling operation.
Provides details about the kind of authority that the Organisation has over the Aerial Refuelling route.