air crew


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the crew of an aircraft

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Left to right, Jay Steward, chief pilot, Mark Cotgrave, air crew paramedic, Dr <B James McFetrich, and Dr Mike Davison, air crew doctor.
It is essential that air crew do not miss meals and that they also refrain from eating at odd times, such as in the middle of the night.
Approaching the ship, the air crew conducted the Hoist/ Helicopter-In-Flight Refueling (HIFR)/VERTREP checklist, emphasizing hoisting.
AI recently issued an advertisement for a walk- in- interview for air crew members with two years' experience on a fixedterm contractual appointment for an initial period of five years.
Tributes were read to each of the air crew members of the rescue squadron.
Bulgaria Air stresses that the lease between the two airlines is a positive development that would lead to earnings in foreign exchange for Bulgaria Air and some people-to-people connection between the two friendly countries, as the air crew would stay in Pakistan, to operate the flights, for the lease period.
Six air crew and passengers on board the RAF Chinook were unhurt but the aircraft itself sustained damage.
dead last nig coll By Charlie Gall TWO RAF air crew were feared night after a suspected mid-air collision between two Scots-based Tornado jets.
Summary: One member of air crew has died and two others remain unaccounted for after two Tornado jets crashed off the coast of Scotland.
Six men, as yet unidentified in name or ethnicity, attempted to take control of Tianjin Airlines flight GS7554 carrying 92 passengers and 9 air crew, leaving from the city of Hotan in Western China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region for the provincial capital of Urumqi.
Summary: Three Bulgarian air crew members who were abducted in Sudan's western Darfur region in January have been released, the World Food Program (WFP) said in a statement Monday.
Air crew are regularly taken to hospital for post-flight checks, the CAA reports show.
April 10, 2010, went down in 22nd Expeditionary Refueling Squadron history when air crew logged their 16,000th sortie, reported Transit Center at Manas.
AWest Midlands Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "As the Air Ambulance was unable to find a location to safely land at the incident, the air crew waited at the nearest suitable landing site in a field opposite Nuneaton's George Eliot Hospital.
Residents groups in the area believed that the basic design, tiny rooms, lack of parking spaces and lack of kitchen and other amenities suggested some use other than a stopover for weary travellers and air crew.