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operational manual

A publication issued by an aircraft manufacturer giving the operating procedures and limitations of the aircraft and its equipment. The manual contains procedures, instructions, and guidance for use by operational personnel to engage in operation of the aircraft. Also called a flight manual, a POH (Pilot Operating Handbook), or Pilot Notes. For an aircraft to be considered airworthy, this document must be on board and easily available to the flight crew.

pilot's notes

A handbook issued by the aircraft manufacturer that describes the aircraft's systems in brief, gives checks and procedures, and indicates the actions to be taken in various contingencies. It also gives the operating data and limitations. Also called a pilot's operating handbook, or POH.
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Poh Kong's credit profile continues to be moderated by its vulnerability to volatile gold prices.
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Having said that, we rarely have time to repeat flight trials to get best-case data and/or to follow up when the POH claim doesn't match real-world claims.
The enhanced AAA(fg) rating, which carries a "stable" outlook, benefits from the irrevocable and unconditional financial guarantee provided by Danajamin Nasional Berhad, which brings the credit profile of the ICP/IMTN beyond Poh Kong's stand-alone credit position.
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With people living longer, questions about whether the amount saved is adequate for a person after retirement becomes a market concern, said Poh.
Kenny Poh, 43, and his brother Tiang Poh, 50, were last week cleared of immigration offences when the prosecution offered no evidence against them.
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