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CARGO FLIGHTS. FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS SECOND SEASON DVD.



Cargo Flights





cargo flights






    flights
  • (in soccer, cricket, etc.) Deliver (a ball) with well-judged trajectory and pace

  • (flight) an instance of traveling by air; "flying was still an exciting adventure for him"

  • (flight) fly in a flock; "flighting wild geese"

  • Shoot (wildfowl) in flight

  • (flight) shoot a bird in flight





    cargo
  • goods carried by a large vehicle

  • Cargo (or freight) is goods or produce transported, generally for commercial gain, by ship, aircraft, train, van or truck. In modern times, containers are used in most intermodal long-haul cargo transport.

  • Cargo is a 2006 thriller film. It was directed by Clive Gordon, produced by Andrea Calderwood and Juan Gordon, and written by Paul Laverty. The film features the actors Peter Mullan, Daniel Bruhl, Luis Tosar, Samuli Edelmann and Gary Lewis.

  • Goods carried on a ship, aircraft, or motor vehicle











cargo flights - Air Service




Air Service Boys over the Atlantic or the longest flight on record


Air Service Boys over the Atlantic or the longest flight on record



"The big battle-plane, soaring fully two thousand feet above the earth, suddenly turned almost upside-down, so that its nose pointed at an angle close to forty-five degrees. Like a hawk plunging after its prey it sped through space, the two occupants held in their places by safety belts."

"The big battle-plane, soaring fully two thousand feet above the earth, suddenly turned almost upside-down, so that its nose pointed at an angle close to forty-five degrees. Like a hawk plunging after its prey it sped through space, the two occupants held in their places by safety belts."










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Cargo Area | Hong Kong - Chek Lap Kok International | HKG | VHHH | China




Cargo Area | Hong Kong - Chek Lap Kok International | HKG | VHHH | China





In total there are not less than 15 cargo planes in this photo: 4 FedEx freighters, 6 Cathay Pacific Cargo freighters and 1 each of Hong Kong Airlines Cargo, UPS, Lufthansa Cargo, AeroLogic and Cargoitalia.

It is actually quite unusual to see planes of Lufthansa Cargo and AeroLogic together at daytime in Hong Kong because of the different schedules. Today was an expeption because the Lufthansa Cargo flight came in more than 10 hours behind schedule and arrived only a few minutes prior to this photo.











Martinair Holland cargo Boeing 747-412BCF PH-MPS MSN 24066




Martinair Holland cargo Boeing 747-412BCF PH-MPS  MSN 24066





SHH_5901
???? PH-MPS
MSN 24066
Boeing 747-412BCF
First flight date: 11/05/1990
Test registration: N60668

This is cargo flight MP9575 to Chennai (MAA/VOMM).

????????? 13 AUG 2011
Hong Kong Chek Lap Kok International Airport, HKG VHHH
Runway 25L









cargo flights








cargo flights




US Army Training Circular, TC 1-240 AIRCREW TRAINING MANUAL CARGO HELICOPTER, CH-47D F, 24 October 2007,military manuals






US Army Training Circular, TC 1-240 AIRCREW TRAINING MANUAL CARGO HELICOPTER, CH-47D F, 24 October 2007,military manuals

Preface
This aircrew training manual (ATM) standardizes aircrew training programs and flight evaluation procedures. This manual provides specific guidelines for executing CH-47D/F aircrew training based on Field Manual (FM) 7-1. It establishes crewmember qualification, and refresher, mission, and continuation training and evaluation requirements. This manual applies to all CH-47D/F crewmembers and their commanders. The CH-47D is not a similar aircraft to CH-47F. The CH-47F is a similar aircraft to the CH-47G.

This is not a stand-alone document; all requirements contained in Army regulations (ARs) and Training Circular (TC) 1-210 must be met. This manual is the governing authority for training and flight evaluation purposes only if differences exist between the maneuver descriptions in Technical Manual (TM) 1-1520-240-10 or TM 1-1520-271-10 and this ATM. TM 1-1520-240-10 and TM 1-1520-271-10 are the governing authority for operation of the aircraft. Implementation of this manual conforms to AR 95-1 and TC 1-210.

This manual (with applicable ARs and TC 1-210) will help all levels of aviation commanders develop a comprehensive aircrew training program. By using the ATM, commanders ensure individual crewmember and aircrew proficiency is commensurate with the unit’s mission and that aircrews employ standard techniques and procedures.

This manual will be used as a “how to” source for performing crewmember duties. It provides performance standards and evaluation guidelines so that crewmembers know the expected level of performance. Each task has a description of the performance required to meet the standard.

Standardization officers, evaluators, and unit trainers will use this manual and TC 1-210 as the primary tools to develop and implement their aircrew training program (ATP).

Chapter 1 Introduction. 1-1
1-1. Crew Station Designation. 1-1
1-2. Symbol Usage and Word Distinctions 1-1
Chapter 2 Training 2-1
2-1. Qualification Training 2-1
2-2. Refresher Training 2-2
2-3. Mission Training . 2-6
2-4. Continuation Training . 2-8
2-5. Task List . 2-9
2-6. Currency Requirements . 2-15
2-7. Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Training . 2-16
Chapter 3 Evaluations . 3-1
3-1. Evaluation Principles 3-1
3-2. Grading Considerations . 3-2
3-3. Crewmember Evaluation 3-2
3-4. Evaluation Sequence . 3-4
3-5. Additional Evaluations 3-8
Chapter 4 Crewmember Task . 4-1
4-1. Task Contents 4-1
4-2. Tasks 4-6
Chapter 5 Maintenance Test Pilot Tasks . 5-1
5-1. Task Contents 5-1
5-2. Tasks 5-4
Chapter 6 Crew Coordination . 6-1
6-1. Crew Coordination Background . 6-1
6-2. Crew Coordination Elements . 6-1
Distribution Restriction: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
*This publication supersedes TC 1-240, 12 September 2005.
i
TC 1-240
6-3. Crew Coordination Basic Qualities .6-2
6-4. Crew Coordination Objectives 6-6
6-5. Standard Crew Terminology.6-6
Appendix A Nonrated Crewmember and Nonrated Trainer Training and Qualification A-1
Appendix B Heads-Up Display. B-1
Appendix C T55-L-712 and T55-GA-714 Qualification Training . C-1
Appendix D Instructor Pilot Supplemental Information D-1
Glossary Glossary- Glossary-1
References References-1
Index. Index-1
Tasks
Task 1000 Participate in a crew mission briefing .4-7
Task 1004 Plan a visual flight rules flight4-10
Task 1006 Plan an instrument flight rules flight4-12
Task 1008 F Perform flight mission management…………………………………………… 4-14
Task 1010 Prepare a performance planning card 4-16
Task 1012 Verify aircraft weight and balance.4-36
Task 1013 Operate mission planning system………………………………………………….4-37
Task 1014 Operate aviation life support equipment.4-39
Task 1016 Perform internal load operations.4-40
Task 1019 Perform preventive maintenance daily checks .4-42
Task 1022 Perform preflight inspection 4-43

US Army Training Circular, TC 1-240 AIRCREW TRAINING MANUAL CARGO HELICOPTER, CH-47D F, 24 October 2007,military manuals

Preface
This aircrew training manual (ATM) standardizes aircrew training programs and flight evaluation procedures. This manual provides specific guidelines for executing CH-47D/F aircrew training based on Field Manual (FM) 7-1. It establishes crewmember qualification, and refresher, mission, and continuation training and evaluation requirements. This manual applies to all CH-47D/F crewmembers and their commanders. The CH-47D is not a similar aircraft to CH-47F. The CH-47F is a similar aircraft to the CH-47G.

This is not a stand-alone document; all requirements contained in Army regulations (ARs) and Training Circular (TC) 1-210 must be met. This manual is the governing authority for training and flight evaluation purposes only if differences exist between the maneuver descriptions in Technical Manual (TM) 1-1520-240-10 or TM 1-1520-271-10 and this ATM. TM 1-1520-240-10 and TM 1-1520-271-10 are the governing authority for operation of the aircraft. Implementation of this manual conforms to AR 95-1 and TC 1-210.

This manual (with applicable ARs and TC 1-210) will help all levels of aviation commanders develop a comprehensive aircrew training program. By using the ATM, commanders ensure individual crewmember and aircrew proficiency is commensurate with the unit’s mission and that aircrews employ standard techniques and procedures.

This manual will be used as a “how to” source for performing crewmember duties. It provides performance standards and evaluation guidelines so that crewmembers know the expected level of performance. Each task has a description of the performance required to meet the standard.

Standardization officers, evaluators, and unit trainers will use this manual and TC 1-210 as the primary tools to develop and implement their aircrew training program (ATP).

Chapter 1 Introduction. 1-1
1-1. Crew Station Designation. 1-1
1-2. Symbol Usage and Word Distinctions 1-1
Chapter 2 Training 2-1
2-1. Qualification Training 2-1
2-2. Refresher Training 2-2
2-3. Mission Training . 2-6
2-4. Continuation Training . 2-8
2-5. Task List . 2-9
2-6. Currency Requirements . 2-15
2-7. Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Training . 2-16
Chapter 3 Evaluations . 3-1
3-1. Evaluation Principles 3-1
3-2. Grading Considerations . 3-2
3-3. Crewmember Evaluation 3-2
3-4. Evaluation Sequence . 3-4
3-5. Additional Evaluations 3-8
Chapter 4 Crewmember Task . 4-1
4-1. Task Contents 4-1
4-2. Tasks 4-6
Chapter 5 Maintenance Test Pilot Tasks . 5-1
5-1. Task Contents 5-1
5-2. Tasks 5-4
Chapter 6 Crew Coordination . 6-1
6-1. Crew Coordination Background . 6-1
6-2. Crew Coordination Elements . 6-1
Distribution Restriction: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
*This publication supersedes TC 1-240, 12 September 2005.
i
TC 1-240
6-3. Crew Coordination Basic Qualities .6-2
6-4. Crew Coordination Objectives 6-6
6-5. Standard Crew Terminology.6-6
Appendix A Nonrated Crewmember and Nonrated Trainer Training and Qualification A-1
Appendix B Heads-Up Display. B-1
Appendix C T55-L-712 and T55-GA-714 Qualification Training . C-1
Appendix D Instructor Pilot Supplemental Information D-1
Glossary Glossary- Glossary-1
References References-1
Index. Index-1
Tasks
Task 1000 Participate in a crew mission briefing .4-7
Task 1004 Plan a visual flight rules flight4-10
Task 1006 Plan an instrument flight rules flight4-12
Task 1008 F Perform flight mission management…………………………………………… 4-14
Task 1010 Prepare a performance planning card 4-16
Task 1012 Verify aircraft weight and balance.4-36
Task 1013 Operate mission planning system………………………………………………….4-37
Task 1014 Operate aviation life support equipment.4-39
Task 1016 Perform internal load operations.4-40
Task 1019 Perform preventive maintenance daily checks .4-42
Task 1022 Perform preflight inspection 4-43










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