A flight is a group of fighters made up of several ships.
Tolwyn often defines flights as 2-3 ships while he was teaching on the flying Wing Commander Academy (TCS Tiger's Claw). He defines a squadron as about four pilots, and all Cadet pilots make up the Cadet Wing.
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A flight is a military unit in an air force, naval air service, or army air corps. It is usually composed of three to six aircraft, with their aircrews and ground staff; or, in the case of a non-flying ground flight, no aircraft and a roughly equivalent number of support personnel. In most usages, multiple flights make up a squadron.