- i. Starting or restarting a wind milling engine of an aircraft in flight.ii. A starting system in which initial rotation to the engine is provided by high-pressure compressed air. The source of this air can be from either a ground external source or an auxiliary power unit. Air is fed to the turbine of the starter motor, which then rotates the engine.
Aviation dictionary. 2014.
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