120 aviation terms, must know before the plane!

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People familiar with airplanes are certainly no longer confused by different flight conditions. But for beginners who have never been on a plane, the term flight is sometimes a bit confusing because it is written in English.

To help you understand the meaning of each of these terms and conditions, Difa Wisata has prepared 120 flight terms lists that you should know. Everything is sorted alphabetically to make it easier for you. See the reviews, come on!

Flight conditions you should know before placing the aircraft

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Flight conditions of A

1. Accompanied: When purchasing a child / infant ticket, the ticket must be accompanied by an adult who pays in full at the applicable rate.
2. Adult: someone older than 12 years old.
3. Alternative airports: alternative airports, other airports that are selected if they cannot land at the destination airport.
4. Apron: parking of aircraft.
5. Arrival: arrival part.
6. Flights: institutions or airlines.
7. Airport: airport / airport.
8. Aviation: aviation science or information about aviation.
9. ADC (Arodrome Controll): control in the tower.
10. APP (Control Approach): control after / before ADC.
11. Airspace: airspace.
12. Airtime: Time that the aircraft needs to arrive at its destination.
13. A.T.A (actual arrival time): the arrival time of the aircraft.
14. A.T.D (actual departure time): flight departure time.
15. A.P.B (Actual Pax Onboard): information sheet about the number of passengers on the plane.
16. Airplane: airplane in English.
17. Auxiliary Power Unit (APU): A turbine engine that is smaller than an aircraft engine. Instead of a motor to ensure the supply of electrical and pneumatic power to the rear of the aircraft so that it is in a safe position against all obstacles.
18. Automatic Terminal Information Service (ATIS): uncontrolled aeronotic information that is still recorded and broadcast at various airports with heavy or heavy traffic.
19. Kite flying: a way to escape. Every pilot must maintain their attitude, including answering every call. Violation of this rule could result in pilots being fired and no longer allowed to fly.
20. Accident: plane crash.
21. Aerobatics: fly to do acrobatics, with dangerous movements. Passenger transport is strictly prohibited.
22. Altimeter: A device located in the aircraft that measures the height of the aircraft from seawater operates with a difference in air pressure (for every 1,000 meter increase, the air pressure decreases by 0.3 atm). This tool cannot track the aircraft height from ground / mountain level.
23. In the air: The aircraft is in flight or flying after take-off when all the wheels are off the runway surface.
24. ALERFA: code word used to indicate the warning level.
25. Assignment: frequency distribution, SSR code, etc. for service units or countries. Distribution of 24-bit aircraft addresses when marked by a country or a joint registry.
26. Height: vertical distance from levels, points, or objects considered to be points. Measured from mean sea level.

Flight conditions of B

27. Baggage Tag: Document issued by an airline to issue baggage warnings for passengers. This is also to give a certain sign (whether the object falls into the glassware category). on luggage tag numbered according to the number on the passenger ticket.
28. Boarding pass: a pass issued to passengers before they board a flight. Passenger who has been arrested boarding pass, which shows the process to check in ready and ready to board according to class, compartment and seat number.
29. Ordering: the process of ordering and buying tickets.
30. Luggage / suitcases: passenger luggage. Also read the baggage allowances for Indonesian airlines listed here.
31. Black Box: mystery box for recording conversations flight crew (pilot and co-pilot) in the cockpit.

Flight conditions C

32. Cabin Attendant: cabin attendant or better known as flight attendant or flight attendant.
33. Climbing: when an airplane.
34. Connecting flights: change or use another aircraft airline If not, usually during transport.
35. Children: children with facilities from 2-12 years old.
36. Checked baggage: bags stored in the cargo section of the aircraft.
37. Handbags: also mentioned a pursepassenger baggage is carried in the aircraft cabin.
38. Cabin crew: flight attendants.
39. Check-in: registration of potential passengers who already have a ticket, before departure.
40. Check-in baggage: Passenger baggage is stored in the cargo cargo baggage. Goods shipped when to check in,
41. Accident: accident.
42. Cruising: flat planes.
43. Check airspace: controlled airspace.
44. C.I.Q ​​(Customs Immigration Quarantine): Passengers departing / coming to / from abroad.

Flight conditions D

45. Delay: late departure or arrival.
46. ​​Departure: departure.
47. Drop-off: Landing at an airport that is not a destination is diverted to another airport.
48. Direct flights: flights between two cities that are visited without having to stop (transit).
49. Trench: an emergency landing aircraft in the water.
50. Down: the plane is flying down.
51. Destination: last city of destination, usually furthest visited by a passenger (when a passenger is on the way).
52. Detresfa: word code indicating the danger.
53. Hazardous Items: Listed items endanger flight safety.

Flight conditions from E

54. E-tickets: electronic flight tickets sent from the Internet order module e-mail as proof of purchase.
55. Enroute map: a map used by pilots using the facilities of the navigation instrument and lane flight information, which will be crossed by monitoring and communication with air traffic controllers (ATC).
56. Emergency exits: emergency exits in an airplane used for escape in the event of an emergency or accident.
57. ECAM (Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitoring): a device that serves to inform pilots of all aircraft systems. For example, flight control, pressure and hydraulics via two LCD (liquid crystal displays) in the center of the control panel.
58. Emergency landing: emergency landing at the airport.

Flight conditions F

59. FA (Stewardess): flight attendants, FA 1 for flight attendants and FA 2 for flight attendants.
60. Fare: the total cost to be charged to passengers and their baggage to the public by type of class.
61. FASEC (Full Digital Engine Control Authority): A system that controls the function of the engine during the process starts automatically, If you are in the process to start if there are motor parameters that do not match, FADEC will detect this.
62. FDR (Flight Data Recorder): flight data recorder.
63. FIR (Aviation Information Region): flight information region.
64. Flap: cross section of the rear of the aircraft with functions to increase the lift and decrease the speed.
65. Flight number: flight number.
66. Flights: Flights (adjective).
67. FMGS (Flight Management Guidance System): an airplane computer device that functions to pilot the airplane based on data programmed and stored in a database and control based on data entered by in-flight pilots.
68. Force Landing: aircraft that land outside the airport.

Flight conditions G.

69. Go-Show: Passengers who have not pre-booked a ticket and plan to board the aircraft by coming directly to the airport.
70. Gate: the entrance to the aircraft.

Flight conditions of H

71. Waiting area: the airspace used by the aircraft to wait for a queue to land, by an aircraft orbiting in the air.
72. Holding Bay: where aircraft wait on land to fly or to take off,
73. Hard landing: hard landing is a term in the aviation world to describe the type of landing method for aircraft that is slightly pushed to the runway (with a shock) enter (flower) Airplane tires can collide with runways.
74. Waiting procedure: a movement is initiated to monitor the aircraft in a given airspace pending further authorization.

Flight conditions I

75. Babies: babies from 0-24 months.
76. Issued: Ticket OKing process or confirmation after payment has been entered for tickets that have arrived to order,
77. ILS (Instruments Landing System): electronic equipment used to help land aircraft.

Flight conditions of J

78. Jet Lag: Passengers feel tired and confused by the fast time difference after flying.

Flight conditions of K

79. Kespen: aviation security.
80. NTSC: National Transport Accidents Committee.
81. Order code: order code, consisting of 6 digits with the function of reservation certificate or to order ticket you made.

Flight conditions from L

82. Landing: landing aircraft.
83. Departure to: to.

Flight conditions M

84. Metals: objects such as jewelery, coins and keys.
85. Mayday: This term is usually used by pilots and cabin crew to describe the emergency they are experiencing.
86. TIKAR: Makassar Advanced Air Traffic System

Flight conditions from N

87. No-Show: passengers who do it to orderbut does not make the flight or does not appear on the flight schedule.
88. NOTAM (Notice to Airmen): notices distributed via telecommunications. Contains information about creating conditions or changing facilities, services, procedures or dangerous things. Knowledge required for personnel related to operations.

Flight conditions of O

89. Excess baggage: extra baggage. The most experienced passenger about baggage in accordance with aviation regulations.

Flight conditions P

90. Passenger: any passenger on the aircraft except cabin crew.
91. PA (Public Address System): A speaker system incorporated into the aircraft cabin to assist pilots and cabin crew in providing passengers with information about flights.
92. Pax (passenger): air passengers.
93. PSR (Primary Surveillance Radar): a radar system that uses reflected radio signals.

Flight conditions R

94. Runway: The aircraft runway makes deep swings to take off or as a place landing,
95. RON (Remain Over Night): the plane stays that night.
96. RVSM (Reduced Vertical Separate Minima): controls the separation or separation of vertical distances between aircraft on the same runway.
97. New Route: Change the flight attendant route. This term is usually used when flight attendants are transferred from one route to another.
98. Route: flight paths in the airspace.
99. RNAV (navigation area): a navigation method that allows an airplane to fly in the desired path.
100. Refund: Cancel a ticket to get a refund.
101. Bookings: order tickets via online also offline,
102. Radar radar, detection and range: a radio beam detection device that provides information about the distance, azimuth and / or height of an object.
103. Schedule: Changes in flight schedules for purchased airline tickets.

Flight conditions from S

104. Seat belts: seat belts in the airplane.
105. SSR (Secondary Surveillance Radar): a radar system when a radio signal from a radar station starts broadcasting radio signals from another station.
106. Security controls: check baggage for flight security.

Flight conditions from T

107. Taxiway: connects the road between the aircraft parking and the runway.
108. Deadline for tickets: deadline to confirm ticket reservations by passengers.
109. TCA: Terminal control area
110. Taxi (Taxi): en route, from / to landing strip,
111. Taxi waiting position: the position determined when an aircraft travels by land and vehicles may be requested to stop so that it is sufficiently distant to landing strip,
112. Transit: stop between the city and the destination of departure. This can be one or more cities.
113. Two-letter code: flight number code for each airline. Each airline has its own code and each flight has a different number.
114. TCAS (Traffic Collision Avoidance System): an air collision avoidance system. The aircraft system is based on secondary observer radar signals. Operate independently of ground equipment to check instructions for possible aircraft conflict with SSR transponders.
115. Takeoff: exit the runway to fly.

Flight conditions from you

116. UIR: Upper Information Region

Flight conditions V

117. Visa: A sign of permission to visit residents of a country when you visit another country that requires an entry permit. Also read the types of visas and their functions here.
118. Visa on Arrival (VoA): made on arrival in the country of destination. Arrivals are usually arranged at the airport or when entering the national border areas.

Flight conditions from W

119. Waiting room: passenger compartment afterwards to check inbefore boarding the aircraft.
120. Window seat: a window seat by a window.

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