flight check


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flight check

i. A call sign prefix used by regulatory authorities, such as the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration), the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority), or others engaged in flight inspection or certification of navigational aids and flight procedures. The word recorded may be added as a suffix (e.g., “Flight Check 320 recorded” to indicate that an automated flight inspection is in progress in the terminal areas).
ii. A proficiency check in actual flight of a pilot or other air crewmember(s). An authorized examiner conducts a flight check.
iii. A check made in an airborne aircraft to determine the efficiency and extent of coverage of some piece of equipment, such as a radio or a radar aerial navigational aid.
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All Flight Check aircraft operate under Part 135 and as such are strictly subject to all of the 135 regulations and requirements.
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His name has been added to the no-fly list and the list for pre-departure flight checks. His leave to remain has been withdrawn and his travel documents revoked," the sources added.
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The F alleges three of the pilots did not undergo recurrent training or receive competency flight checks within the required periods of time.