blind-flying panel

A part of an instrument panel in the aircraft with six basic instruments used for blind or instrument flying: an ASI (air-speed indicator), a VSI (vertical speed indicator), an altimeter, a TSI (turn-and-slip indicator), an artificial horizon, and a directional gyro or a compass.
Blind flying panel.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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