line crew

line crew

A ground crew that works on a flight line.
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All airline and cruise line crew will also need to hold a Crew New Zealand eTA (NZeTA) before traveling to New Zealand (NZ).
In a letter of reply posted to the agency's official Twitter account on Tuesday, Gammie promised that authorities would replace old signs as they wore out with new ones reading, "line crew".
OKLAHOMA CITY A second group of 50 OG&E line crew members will head to Puerto Rico on Thursday.
Sudbury's Cambrian College announced on July 29 that 12 graduates are set to enter the power and construction industries with their completion of the line crew ground support training program.
Before takeoff, I had watched the line crew fill the fuel tanks to overflowing.
Sergeant Nathanial Lubinus, a Flight Line Crew Chief and Collateral Duty Inspector with HMH366 (deployed to Afghanistan during combat operations), was conducting maintenance on a CH-53E heavy lift helicopter.
"The NGCP has already mobilized its line crew and is currently conducting ground patrols to inspect and assess the impact of the typhoon to its operations and facilities, particularly in Samar and Albay," the NDRRMC report said.
Sgt Kenney and Cpl Ybarra are with HMLA-167 Ordnance Line Crew.
Sleiman is no stranger to Four Seasons; his career with the hospitality company started in 1991 when he was appointed Banquet and Line Crew Leader at the Four Seasons Hotel Newport Beach, California.
The Oasis guitarist confessed his lifestyle used to be even more turbulent before he became a rock star when he went to Manchester City games with notoriously dangerous gangs including Mayne Line Crew, Under-5s and Young Guvnors.
And let's not forget utility co-op line crew workers who risk life and limb every time they go up in a bucket to restore power or extend new service lines.