Members of the crew whose legal duty is to deal with emergencies in the cabin and to ensure that all the activities in the cabin maintain the required safety levels.
Cabin Crew are there for your safety … please listen to them
Ingredient of many drinks … unhelpful to most nervous flyers.
Designated areas where unsupervised articles are secured which have independent smoke and fire protection from the rest of the aircraft.
Non permanent articles on board, carried under strict security rules and secured in approved locations on the aircraft.
Assuming the worst outcome for any event.
The supply of food and drinking supplies to an aircraft.
; The markings and position on the runway which … (Premium)
; In engineering this refers to a scheduled maintenance procedure.
; For pilots this means a statutory test of competence either in … (Premium)
; The process of recording the names of passengers and baggage weights prior to flight. This is a legally required procedure.
; Pilot slang for competency tests.
; Procedures that set the aircraft for a particular stage or state of flight.
Persons who are under a specified age limit.
; The body’s inbuilt time clock for sleep and activity … it is a 25 hour cycle.
; The fear of being in an enclosed space. A characteristic of many fearful flyers.
Clear air turbulence
; Turbulence which is caused by … (Premium) … cloud.
; The period when an aircraft is gaining altitude.
; The result of water condensing into visible moisture caused by rising air.
; Groups of fearful thoughts. For example the thought that turbulence … (Premium) … that you might be air sick.
. Place where the piloting crew are seated and where all the controls necessary for flight are located. Now called the flight deck.
; The interaction of conflicting information. Not immediately obvious.
. Therapy based on thinking processes leading to behavioural changes.
Instrument for showing direction. These can vary from a … (Premium) …in a glass cockpit.
; The six-monthly tests for pilots to ensure … (Premium) … abnormal situations.
; Motors or a system attached to the engines (or by a gearbox) that compresses air to maintain temperature and pressure within the aircraft.
; The white trail left in the sky behind a highflying aircraft caused by water vapour in the exhaust freezing as it leaves the engine.
; The way the aircraft is set … (Premium) …wheel position.
; The process of finding and using information that confirms what you think.
; Air traffic movement which … (Premium) … ATC requesting a change of direction speed or altitude for one of the aircraft involved.
; Same as condensation trail.
; The steering wheel in the flight deck.
; High level cloud consisting of ice crystals.
; The building on an airport where… (Premium) … if not all of the airfield.
; A qualified pilot who is … (Premium) …the captain.
; Thinking of a beneficial outcome or mental images to divert attention from the surrounding environment.
; Food specifically allocated to crew members and for the pilots are different types of food.
; A wind that blows at an angle to the required direction of travel.
; The height at which it is most… (Premium) … the weight of the aircraft and the speed temperature and direction of the air it is flying in.
; The part of the flight where the … (Premium) … maximum height achieved during the flight.
; Clouds that have developed from … (Premium) …Hence the expression.
; Clouds formed by rising air. Look white and fluffy. Contain approximately … (Premium) …water!