The Manang Air chopper, with call sign
9N-ALK, was parked at the helipad of the airport in Solukhumbu district, GM Chhetri said.
The call sign
is one of the most important and effective tools of communication for the police.
In our military and police telecommunication systems, various cover names and words are used as call signs
to keep the working and functioning of the systems confidential for security purposes.
The call sign
is a unique name or abbreviation adopted by an airline to identify or differentiate it from other airlines particularly during communications with the control tower.
There are many military abbreviations and acronyms without any reference glossary: pilot call signs
, squadron names, ground area zones, organizations, air space sequences, refueling corridors, refueling zones, weapons, etc.
A well placed source told that NAB officer would approach Civil Aviation Authority to receive call signs
record of the plane to ascertain the role of some senior technical officer of PIA who played vital role in missing the plane.
He added: "I would hope with the dedication and help of people around that in the years to come the call sign
Delta Seven would be heard as it had been cleared to land in the heliport at the top of the Royal Victoria Hospital."
At some point during our flight, a C-17 with "heavy" in its call sign
After a near-accident, which USAF aircraft's call sign
was redesignated from Air Force 8610?
"One of the planes was flying from Istanbul to Bangkok with the call sign
66 -- call signs
are different from squawk codes -- and it was flying at 35,000 feet.
The Hawk T1 aircraft flying under the "Wizard" call sign
said their counterparts, flying the same planes under the "Mustang" call sign
, had become "uncomfortably close" during this period of flight.
The airmen who request "higher" or "lower" tend to be spring-loaded to "hear what we wanted to hear" upon receipt of a blurred call sign