VFR is a three-letter abbreviation which may refer to:

  • Visual flight rules, a set of aviation regulations
  • Variable frame rate, a feature of some video container formats in which the frame rate can change over time
  • Honda VFR, a series of motorcycles
  • Verein für Raumschiffahrt (German: "Spaceflight Society"), an association of amateur rocket enthusiasts active in Germany from 1927 to 1933
  • Visits to Friends and Relatives, a term used in the study of international travel

Other articles related to "vfr":

Minimum Safe Altitude - FAA Definition - VFR Flights
... See also Maximum elevation figure Since VFR flights are not necessarily conducted on straight lines between ground-based radio navigation transmitters, the altitude restrictions ... Instead, a VFR flight can be conducted using pilotage, watching landmarks to determine position and desired direction ...
Winners and Runners-up of The Bezirksliga Rhein
... Runners-Up 1923-24 Waldhof Mannheim VfR Mannheim 1924-25 VfR Mannheim Phönix Lugwigshafen 1925-26 VfR Mannheim Phönix Lugwigshafen 1926-27 VfL Neckarau VfR Mannheim ...
Tracon II - Windows
... Another addition to the program was the existence of VFR general aviation pilots in simulations ... In many simulations, a number of VFR icons criss-cross the screen ... zulu with you at three thousand five hundred." The player would have to ask the VFR pilot to squawk their transponder, making the VFR craft's icon bloom on the ...
Honda VFR750F
... The original VFR750F was first introduced to journalists after the 1985 Bol d'Or, and launched at Jerez ... Introduced for 1986 as a complete redesign of the VF700/750F models in order to address some of the camshaft and bearing problems that had become associated with the first-generation Honda V4 engines, and to improve Honda's negative image concerning this engine ...
Honda VFR750R - Engine
... While being inspired by the Honda RVF endurance racer (not to be confused with the Honda RVF750 RC45) the VFR750R instead had its engine based on the 1986-7 VFR750F (RC24) ... The engines are almost identical externally, the only visible differences being in the cylinder heads and the engine side covers ...