hours flown

hours flown

The airborne hours in domestic and international scheduled and nonscheduled revenue service, computed from the moment an aircraft leaves the ground until it touches the ground again.
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Results in the quarter were negatively impacted by operating challenges, which forced the removal of three aircraft for almost the entirety of the quarter, reducing block hours flown and increasing costs, Buck tells investors in a research note.
In 2018, the fleet flew 175,000 hours, a record for the fleet, contributing to a total of nearly 1.5 million hours flown.
The index tracks utilization of approximately 2,000 business aircraft worldwide and reports average flight hours flown on a monthly basis by region, industry and cabin type.
In response to the programme, Ashby said the hours flown for party business on his aircraft had been declared in accordance with the AEC rules.
I've always thought that experience is far more than hours flown. I probably could log 100 hours of real life experience with every issue if the feds allowed.
Also, risk exposure ashore is much greater simply because of the number of flight hours flown. We average almost ten times as many flight hours ashore compared to hours flown afloat.
But the prosecution alleges records compiled by Mr King in late 2007 had been inaccurate regarding the hours flown and type of exercises undertaken.
The result would be data on hours flown by aircraft type with, say, a 90-percent level, of accuracy instead of the continual WAG for hours flown.
I would be interested to see the return on asset numbers on this, but without knowing hours flown per year, interest rates, and percent of aircraft financed, that's not possible.
An exclusive feature for '100 Club' members is the multiplier used in calculating the total hours flown. Under Royal Jet's corporate relationship programme, large aircraft use provides for faster achievement of target thresholds.
TOTAL HOURS FLOWN BY GOVERNMENT MINISTERS SINCE 2002: