aircraft log

aircraft log

A log of an aircraft containing the complete operational history of the aircraft, including flight time, reports of inspection, repairs, and alterations. Also called an aircraft logbook.
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The services required to be delivered under the contract awarded as a result of this solicitation (the Contract ) will include, but are not limited to: scheduled maintenance; unscheduled maintenance; aircraft on ground maintenance; technical consultation; provision of additional manpower for the purpose of additional inspections or technical problems encountered by DESPP in the operation of equipment; engine oil analysis; maintenance of aircraft log books; maintenance of records of inspections and tests; and security and safety of aircraft.
According to the CAAP, Zest Air had violated several safety regulations, including refuelling with passengers on board, failing to check aircraft log books and exceeding permitted flying time.
He said pilots also failed to check aircraft log books and exceeded permitted flying time.
The story is told using unit and personal records, pilot and aircraft log books and personal interviews with veterans.
Aircraft arrived (at Reagan National Airport) with several interior discrepancies that had not been written up in the aircraft log.
G3CARS is ASiQ's world's first electronic Aircraft Log Book system incorporating TabletPC and 3G communication technology.
METAMOR), a highly regarded systems integrator, and Computerized Aircraft Log Manager (CALM) Systems, Inc.
On average, wide-body aircraft log between 4,000 and 5,000 flight hours per year.

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