The rear of the aircraft
A landing without the main landing gear extended.
An information meeting prior or after a flight.
A partition or wall divider.
The pilot designated by the operator to be in command of the flight.
A person assigned to perform a duty in an aircraft during flight time.
A process of removing snow and ice from an aircraft.
A safety demonstration on board the aircraft.
Compartment located under or behind certain cabin crew seat areas.
Seating adjacent to emergency exits.
A flight without passengers.
the area at the front of the aircraft where the operating Pilots sit.
Food and beverage preparation area.
Is a collision
A child under 2 years of age.
Jet way / Air Bridge
Retractable boarding system.
Lay-over / Stop-over
A period when crew rests at a destination.
The local time in a particular country.
To remove passengers
Overhead bin / Overhead locker
A stowage compartment for passengers hand luggage above passenger seats.
A list of all passengers on-board the aircraft.
Pilot in command
The pilot t responsible for the operation and safety of an aircraft during flight time.
When aircraft is moved back from gate by a truck.
Taking on fuel.
Time at which you must report for duty.
Programme of your duties.
Where the aircraft takes off and lands.
One flight from one destination to another.
Exits that passengers might have to open unassisted
Senior Cabin Crew Member
A nominated whenever more than one cabin crew member is assigned. The Senior Cabin Crew Member shall have responsibility to the commander for the conduct and coordination of cabin safety and emergency procedure(s) specified in the FOM.
A personal review of evacuation duties prior to take-off and landing.
Official departure or landing time allocated.
The area where the aircrafts are parked.
When the aircraft moves on the ground.
When an engine or APU is exhausting fire or smoke upon starting of engines
To load passengers
A landing on water