Flying may refer to:
- The act or process of flight
- Flying (magazine), a monthly publication
- "Flying", a poem by Patti Smith from her book Woolgathering
- UFO 2: Flying, a 1971 album by UFO
- Flying (Grammatrain album)
- Flying, an album by Korean singer Bae Seul-Ki
- Flying, the debut album by The Hometown Band
- Flying, an album by Nice Little Penguins
- "Flying" (The Beatles song), 1967
- "Flying" (Bryan Adams song), 2004
- "Flying" (Cast song), 1996
- "Flying", the 1969 debut single by the Faces
- "Flying", a song by James Newton Howard on the Peter Pan soundtrack
- "Flying", a song by Anathema on the album A Natural Disaster
- Flying (1986 film), a 1986 drama film
Other articles related to "flying":
... term "Exocoetidae" is not only the present scientific name for a genus of flying fish in this family, but also the general name in Latin for a flying fish ... "outside" and κοῖτος "bed", "resting place",, so named as flying fish were believed to leave the water to sleep on the shore ... Flying fish have in turn given their name to The Exocet guided missile ...
... One technique is proximity flying, which is flying close to the faces and ridges of mountains ... the chute opening went asymmetric and he could not avoid flying into Howick Falls, South Africa ...
... Flying a Curtiss H12 flying boat on reconnaissance, Leckie downed the German zeppelin L22 near Terschelling on 14 May 1917 ... Flying in a DH.4 biplane, Major Egbert Cadbury (pilot) and Leckie (gunner) took part in the interception engagement and were credited with downing Zeppelin L70 just north of Wells-n ...
... There were two theaters of war that produced flying aces between the two world wars ... The Flying Tigers were American military pilots recruited sub rosa to aid the Chinese Nationalists ... They spent the summer and autumn of 1941 in transit to China, and did not begin flying combat missions until 20 December 1941 ...
Famous quotes containing the word flying:
“a flying open of doors, convergence
of magic objects into
feathered hands and crested heads, a prospect
of winter verve, a buildup to abundance.”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)
“If neurotic is wanting two mutually exclusive things at one and the same time, then Im neurotic as hell. Ill be flying back and forth between one mutually exclusive thing and another for the rest of my days.”
—Sylvia Plath (19321963)
“He was last seen flying to New York.
He was handing out cards which read:
He wears a question in his left eye.
He dislikes the police but will associate with them.
He will demand something not on the menu.
He is invisible to the eyes of beauty and culture....”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)