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co-pilot

A pilot who is not the pilot-in-command, or is a trainee pilot, and is on board in any piloting capacity.
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The latest breakthrough to the investigation is said to have been traced after the nearest telecommunication tower in Penang (Malaysia's Island) picked up phone signal in the early hours of 8 March, which has now been traced back to the co-pilot Fariq Abdul hamid's phone.
The agreement, with which 62 co-pilot lay-offs were averted, was signed today, although the original deadline expired a week ago, a spokesman for Vida said.
The NTSB is also investigating suggestions of pilot fatigue since both the pilot and co-pilot were at the end of a 14-hour working day when they attempted to land the aircraft during a thunderstorm.
16, the co-pilot not flying said, "So we've lost the speeds" as the plane began its climb, reaching 7,000 feet per minute before the pilot flying nosed the aircraft down.
At the time of the event, the two co-pilots were seated in the cockpit and the captain was resting," read the report released by the French Bureau of Inquiry and Analysis (BEA) on Friday.
conducted a special Hina Matsuri flight operated mainly by female staff, including the co-pilot and most mechanics, between Haneda and Hiroshima on Tuesday to demonstrate the career activities of its female employees.
Some pilots and co-pilots treat the emergency jettison door handle like a hat rack, hanging their helmets and other equipment on it.
Photo: (1) Co-pilots Per Lindstrand, Rory McCarthy and Richard Branson wave from their capsule in Morroco.
Webraska is the world's first provider of value-added real-time traffic information, maps, and navigation services on mobile Internet phones, turning phones into co-pilots.
RYANAIR boss Michael O'Leary wants to ditch co-pilots as part of a bid to slash costs.
Only five women have graduated from the college in the last 10 years to become co-pilots.