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(of aircraft) fit to fly

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Asking FAAN to ensure that all aircraft in Nigeria are adequately maintained and airworthy, has exposed the ignorance of the lawmakers on how things work in the sector as FAAN has nothing to do with the state of aircraft flying in the airspace.
'I see a sustainable and continued operations of these vital air assets with these Japanese-donated UH-1H spare parts and maintenance equipment which we could readily use whenever these helicopter-workhorses need repairs/ maintenance to keep them airworthy, and maintain their ready for missions status,' Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said.
He said the engineers put their lives at risk to make the aircraft airworthy to bring the Pakistanis back home.
"In our opinion, the plane was no longer airworthy and it should not have continued," he said.
Lion Air said the aircraft that crashed had been airworthy and the pilot and co-pilot had 11,000 hours of flying time between them.
Airworthy said the new names unify the expanding range of capabilities servicing the transportation industry under one strong brand, AIRWORTHY.
Jet Art said that structurally it is "about as good as it gets" but is being sold as not airworthy as it has been decommissioned.
Lancaster PA474 is one of only two airworthy Lancasters left in the world - the other residing in Canada.
Thorough photo or video documentation can be an appropriate means for a third party evaluating the plane and required work to make it airworthy. This avoids the "he said, she said" misunderstandings, or at least helps a great deal.
The aircraft is undergoing maintenance and is unlikely to be airworthy anytime soon.
MORE than half of the airworthy Second World War-era planes flown by the Royal Air Force (RAF) have been grounded over engine-related safety fears.
As if this year hasn't been bad enough for United Airlines, the Federal Aviation Administration is seeking $435,000 in penalty fees from the company for allegedly flying a plane that was not in "airworthy condition." The plane in question flew 23 times.
THE last airworthy B-19 Flying Fortress in Europe is set to make a starring appearance at this year's Southport Air Show.