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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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The KCM program was developed by Airlines for America (A4A) and the Airline Pilots Association (ALPA), with the support and approval of TSA, to expedite flight crewmember access to sterile airport areas to reduce passenger-screening line congestion and to enhance security.
She quickly pulled the crewmember away into safety towards the stern of the boat where all other crewmembers joined them.
When Hicks heard over the loudspeaker that pirates were on board, he and other crewmembers gathered in the engine/steering room for nearly 12 hours.
Every officer must hold a valid Merchant Marine Officer's License for their assigned position and all other crewmembers must hold a valid Merchant Mariner's document endorsed for their billet.
The two tried to force the fishing boat to stop but the boat's crewmembers prevented them from doing so by force.
KCM grants flight crewmembers access to an alternate, expedited security screening.
This system will tie airline employee databases together and enable TSA security officers to positively verify the identity and employment status of crewmembers.
WASHINGTON -- The Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l (ALPA) and the Air Transport Association of America (ATA) today began operating the first test site for the Known Crewmember program at Chicago O'Hare International Airport.
airlines, together with the Air Line Pilots Association, Int l (ALPA), today announced that more than 10 million crewmembers have used the Known Crewmember (KCM) program since its launch in July 2011, enhancing security and reducing security lines for passengers.
APA persuaded American Airlines senior management to get involved, which resulted in American Airlines Corporate Security writing the programming code for Known Crewmember.
For every 25 hours a crewmember volunteers, the airline donates one roundtrip flight to the non-profit organization of the crewmember's choice.
a provider of VOCi (Voice of Customer Intelligence) technology and services, announced today that JetBlue Airways has partnered with Allegiance to quickly uncover insights from customer and crewmember feedback to identify areas that can be applied to improve the customer experience.