ground-to-air

[ground-too-air]
adjective, adverb

Origin:
1915–20

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But no winged jet pack yet exists that offers true ground-to-air flight.
Minute-by-minute observations are available to pilots through ground-to-air
  radio or telephone.
Time pressures to deliver cargo more quickly than ever before have focused more
  attention on the ground-to-air intermodal link.
The results indicated that the memory aids decreased both the number of
  ground-to-air transmissions and handoff errors.
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