emergency air

emergency air

The reserve air meant to energize fully or partially a hydraulic or pneumatic system. Emergency air normally lowers the undercarriage and/or flaps in a hydraulic system and results in the emergency operation of brakes in a pneumatic system.
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Contract award notice: Emergency air transport of organs and tissues for short-time transplant transplantation
The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has triggered the capital's emergency air quality alert as polluted air from the continent combines with toxic air in London to create dangerous levels of pollution.
London: The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has triggered the capital's emergency air quality alert as polluted air from the continent combines with toxic air in London to create dangerous levels of pollution.
The Wales Air Ambulance provides emergency air cover for everyone in Wales, 365 days a year.
The ICAO approval came following the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) announcement on Sunday, to allocate emergency air corridors in the four Arab states for the passage of Qatari flights, in cases of closure of regional airspaces.
Manama, July 30 (BNA): The Civil Aviation Affairs of the Ministry of Transportation has announced the allocation of emergency air corridors by anti-terrorism countries in coordination with the Civil Aviation Authorities of Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, for use by Qatari companies as applicable in cases of closure of regional airspaces.
JEDDAH, July 30 (KUNA) -- Civil aviation authorities in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt provided nine emergency air corridors to be used by Qatar airlines as of August 1, the Saudi Arabia's Civil Aviation Authority announced Sunday.
Jeddah, Dhu-AlQa'dah 07, 1438, July 30, 2017, SPA -- The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GCAA) has announced the allocation of emergency air traffic corridors by anti-terrorism countries after approval by civil aviation authorities in the United Arab Emirates, the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Kingdom of Bahrain for use by Qatari companies as applicable in cases of closure of regional airspaces.
Emergency air transport services are available from our healthcare associates in the Colorado Front Range communities.
A scheduled air ambulance can cost $10,000 to $25,000 per flight, and emergency air ambulance service can cost $50,000 or more per flight.
Also considered are non-healthcare structures, functions and services, 2400 car parking spaces, a helipad to support emergency air transport services and a day care centre for the children of staff working at the facility.
In addition, its helicopters are used to perform emergency air medical, search and rescue, firefighting, utility, VIP transport, and 'flightseeing' services.

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