FAA, Aircraft Systems and Performance, Navigation, Meteorology, Air Traffic Control, Communication, and Emergency and Abnormal Procedures.
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the transportation of crewmembers by the air carrier to or from their flight assignments when that transportation is not local in character
What are the electronic and visual aids involving ILS?
1 localizer and glidescope
2 outer and middle marker
3 approach lights
a defined duty period during which a flightcrew member is required by a certificate holder to be at an airport for a possible assignment. all the time spent in a reserve status is part of the flightcrew member's flight duty period
a 24 hour period from 0000 through 2359 using coordinated universal time or local time
a physiological state of reduced mental or physical performance capability resulting from lack of sleep or increased physical activity
the minimum number of flightcrew members necessary to safely pilot an aircraft
contains additional flightcrew and at least one onboard rest facility, which allows flightcrew members to work in shifts and sleep during the flight
physiological night's rest
10 hours of rest that encompasses the hours of 0100 and 0700 at the flightcrew member's home base. unless the individual has acclimated to a different theater. In that case, the rest must encompass the hours of 0100 and 0700 at the acclimated location
a continuous period determined prospectively during which the flightcrew member is free from all restraint by the certificate holder, including freedom from present responsibility for work should the occasion arise
short call reserve
a period of time in which a flightcrew member is assigned to a reserved availability period. Availability period may NOT exceed 14 hours
a geographical area in which the distance between the flightcrew member's flight duty period departure point and arrival point differs by no more than 60 degrees longitude.
Unforeseen operational circumstance
an unplanned event of insufficient duration to allow for adjustment to schedules, including unforecast weather, equipment malfunction, or air traffic delay that is not reasonably expected.
window of circadian low
a period maximum sleepiness that occurs between 0200 and 0559 during a physiological night's rest
training required for crewmembers and dispatchers who have NOT qualified and served in the same capacity on another aircraft of the same group
training required for crewmembers or dispatchers who have qualified and served in the same capacity on another aircraft of the same group
training required for crewmembers who have qualified and served as second in command or flight engineer on a particular airplane type before they can serve as pilot/second in command, respectively, on that airplane.
training required for crewmembers or dispatchers who have qualified and served on a particular type of airplane before they can serve in the same capacity on a variation of that airplane
person assigned to duty in an aircraft during flight time
49 CFR Part 830 (AIM)
(NTSB-National Transportation Safety Board) Accidents and incidents
Part 117 (FAR)
Flight and duty limitations and rest requirements
the time that the certificate holder requires a flightcrew member to report for an assignment
a flight duty period that has a scheduled break in duty that is less than a required rest period.
pilot, flight engineer and/or flight navigator
airport approved by the Administrator for use by a certificate holder for the purpose of providing service to a community when the regular airport used by the certificate holder is not available.