postflight

postflight

(ˌpəʊstˈflaɪt)
adj
(Aeronautics) of, relating to, or occurring in the period after a flight
adv
(Aeronautics) after a flight
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procedures Landings Similar to Commercial ACS Postflight procedures Similar to Commercial ACS ELEMENTS Instrument Rating (FAA-S-ACS-8A, Eff June 2017) Preflight Preparation Similar to Commercial ACS Preflight Procedures Similar to Commercial ACS Takeoffs None Instrument Takeoff None Rejected Takeoff None Departure Procedures Follow ATC instructions, DPs, etc.
It will facilitate training on exterior and interior preflight and postflight inspections and loading operations.
Precampaign and postflight laboratory calibrations were used relative to in-flight formic acid calibrations to quantify the sensitivities and limits of detection for the inorganic halogens, similar to that used for dinitrogen pentoxide (Le Breton et al.
In addition, the ratio of the cross-sectional area of the paraspinal muscles relative to the total paraspinal cross-sectional area also decreased drastically - to 72 percent immediately postflight from 86 percent preflight.
The DGCA measures require separate records of pre- flight and postflight breath analyser tests for the crew
NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT After reading Amy Laboda's September article, "Practical Preflights," I thought I'd make a radical suggestion: Replace the preflight with a postflight inspection.
After we landed and during postflight, he was able to inspect the unpressurized portion of the tail where much of the stabilizer trim system is located.
After an exhaustive internal postflight search, the aircraft was sealed and bait set out to entice the cat out of hiding.
However, as she entered the port intake to do the postflight intake and fan inspection, she found significant damage to six blades on the first stage of the engine.
The cost of this experience is $235 for adults, including a postflight gourmet brunch on the ground (see sidebar, "It's Not Over").