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VAVolcanic ash
VACVisual approach chart (followed by name/title)
VALIn valleys
VANRunway control van
VARVisual−aural radio range
VARMagnetic variation
VASISVisual approach slope indicator system
VCVicinity of aerodrome (followed by FG=fog, FC=funnel cloud, SH=showers, PO=dust/sand whirls, BLDU=blowing dust, BLSA=blowing sand, BLSN=blowing snow, DS=duststorm, SA=sandstorm, TS=thunderstorm or VA=volcanic ash e.g. VCFG = vicinity fog)
VCYVicinity
VDFVery high frequency direction−finding station
VERVertical
VFRVisual flight rules
VFRCVFR Arrivals and Departures Chart
VHFVery high frequency (30 to 300 MHz)
VIPVery important person
VISVisibility
VLFVery low frequency (3 to 30 kHz)
VLRVery long range
VMCVisual meteorological conditions
VOCVisual operations chart
VOLMETMeteorological information for aircraft in flight
VORVHF omnidirectional radio range
VORTACVOR and TACAN combination
VOTVOR airborne equipment test facility
VRBVariable
VSABy visual reference to the ground
VSPVertical speed
VTOLVertical take−off and landing
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