flight crew


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flight crew

n.
The personnel on an aircraft or spacecraft during a flight, especially the pilots and flight attendants on an airline.
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flight crew

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Las Vegas-based low-cost air carrier Allegiant (NASDAQ: ALGT) has announced that Tracy Tulle has been appointed to the role of senior vice president, flight crew operations, the company said.
Just flew with this mother daughter flight crew on Delta from LAX to ATL.
The flight safety investigation report released today said all members of the cabin and the flight crew, including pilot-in-command (PIC) Zaharie Ahmad Shah flight first officer (FO), Fariq Abdul Hamid had no prior health, behavioural or financial issues.
GoDirect Flight is a part of Honeywell's GoDirect family, one of the industry's most complete portfolios of more than 50 services and applications that provide business aviation operators, flight crews and maintenance teams with the critical information they need to control their services and network.
Camille Krueger was charged Wednesday in federal court with interference with flight crew members and assaulting, resisting or impeding federal officers on a flight last month.
The man made no threats and did not try to interfere with the flight crew, Gamache said, adding that no charges have been filed.
"Regarding the operation of the flight, the investigation [team] is working to determine and analyse the human performance factors that influenced flight crew actions during the landing and attempted go-around.
The flight crew distributed Jordanian sweets to all passengers onboard on this occasion.
We are also doing something unique to ensure that SWISS' crews will be ready at delivery and EIS - SWISS' flight crews, once trained, will operate the CS100 route-proving aircraft alongside Bombardier's own flight crews from SWISS' main base of operations.
A CARGO plane collided with a mobile power unit at Coventry Airport because the flight crew forgot to put the brake on.
Australia has introduced new aviation legislation that makes it compulsory for its carriers to have two flight crew staff in the cockpit at all times.

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