air crew

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Noun1.air crew - the crew of an aircraftair crew - the crew of an aircraft    
crew - the men and women who man a vehicle (ship, aircraft, etc.)
bomber aircrew, bomber crew - the crew of a bomber
aircrewman - a member of an aircrew
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Among the victims were two children - Evgeny Livanov, 12, and Nadezhda Krasova, five - along with air crew Anastasia Slavinskaya, 29, and second pilot Sergey Gambaryan, 34.
Ryanair appears to be inching towards a resolution to a long-running dispute with pilots over wages and conditions after air crew in the company's 15 U.
Boeing-747 cargo plane crashed into the Dachi SU village near the Manas international airport on 16 January 2017 killing 39 people: 35 on the ground and 4 air crew members-citizens of Turkey.
by Times News Service Oman Air crew finished the day third overall on the leaderboard, but happy to sign off having led all the way at the end.
While their chief rivals for the Act title, SAP Extreme Sailing Team, won the final race the experienced Oman Air crew closely shadowed the Danish boat across the line in second to win the River Elbe event by just three points.
Between 1939 and 1945 it was an RAF air base which trained more than 10,000 Allied air crew who went on to serve with RAF Bomber Command or RAF Coastal Command, with some paying the ultimate price.
The new facility will include briefing rooms for Oman Air crew as well as offices for the Royal Oman Police and internal security services for immigration security.
Tenders are invited for Addition Alteration Of Existing Air Crew Operational Readiness Section And Provision Of Air Crew Rest Room Double Storied At Courier Point Provision Of Covered Parking Shed With Lighting Facility For Ground Support Vehicle
Later, the Prime Minister had a group photo with air crew and interacted with the troops.
The investigation of the deadly bombing found that an AC-130 gunship air crew -- in support of a US Special Forces element that was supporting an Afghan partner ground force -- misidentified and struck the facility, General Joseph Votel, commander of US Central Command, said during a Pentagon briefing.
The safety, protection and comfort of our passengers and employees are of utmost importance and Gulf Air crew are trained to handle such incidents as evidenced by the level of professionalism shown by both the pilots and cabin crew as well as all of our teams on the ground.
Dr Mike Davison, air crew doctor with GNAAS and consultant anaesthetist, said: "Training exercises are a vital part of our work in order for our crews to be up-to-speed with the layout and protocols of new sites so, when the time comes, they know exactly where everything is and they can effectively hand over a patient as quickly as possible.