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crewmember

A person assigned by an operator to duty on an aircraft during flight time (ICAO). He or she is a person carried by an aircraft who is (i) employed, engaged, or contracted by the operator of the aircraft; (ii) carried for the sole purpose of undergoing or giving instruction in the control and navigation of the aircraft; (iii) exercising a function duly authorized in writing by the concerned authority; or (iv) a flight examiner.
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