minimum equipment list


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minimum equipment list (MEL)

A list which provides for the operation of aircraft, subject to specified conditions, with particular equipment inoperative, prepared by an operator in conformity with, or more restrictive than, the master minimum equipment list (MMEL) established for the aircraft type (ICAO).
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It is derived from an existing master minimum equipment list or the aircraft's basic equipment list included with the rest of your aircraft's paperwork.
Iran's Civil Aviation Organisation has demonstrated "several weaknesses" in its oversight of Iran Air, including a lack of detailed review of maintenance programs and minimum equipment lists.
The EFB can contain all documentation and forms carried by pilots - such as aeronautical charts, manuals for fault reporting and operations, minimum equipment lists and logbooks - in digital format.
com will initially provide access to a wide range of data, including service bulletins, maintenance manuals for selected aircraft, maintenance tips, in-service activity reports, service letters and master minimum equipment lists.
Pre-flight, pilots can update their EFB database, review maintenance logs, Minimum Equipment Lists (MELs), flight release and notices to airmen (NOTAMs).
From flight-by-flight decisions, like Minimum Equipment Lists (MEL) and alternate airports, to system and hub integrity decisions, like ground delays and equipment scheduling, Weathernews offers proactive decision-support services to enable airline staff to make more sound decisions, faster and with more confidence than before.
The 24/7 AOG call center gives ad-hoc engineering consultation and advises on the interpretation of technical documentation like manuals or minimum equipment lists.
The AC basically discusses the role of minimum equipment lists (MELs) and how operations may legally continue if certain equipment is inoperative.
The 24/7 AOG call centre gives ad-hoc engineering consultation and advises on the interpretation of technical documentation like manuals or minimum equipment lists.

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