Or midair collisions, now prevented by automatic proximity warning systems.
In contrast, drones cannot refuel in midair, conduct airdrops, or carry a meaningful amount of munitions.
Dancers are suspended in midair like the cast of a ratchet Cirque du Soleil performance.
Water is extremely heavy—so heavy that no force known in nature could raise or sustain such a large body of it in midair.
Then, my duty done, I watched two fellows throw the lariat, and shoot the fly specks off Coonskin's hat in midair.
He moved to go to her, and found himself floating in midair.
But as it went Mayo clutched a davit pulley and swung in midair.
Having gone as far as she dared, she dangled for ten seconds in midair.
Almost at his feet something dropped from midair like a rocket, a bomb.
This, they said, was the cause of its collapsing in midair under the heavy strain.