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CAPTAIN ANNOUNCES:
BRACE, BRACE
F/A RESPONSE:

BRACE! BRACE!
HEADS DOWN!
STAY DOWN!
CAPTAIN ANNOUNCES:
EVACUATE! EVACUATE!
F/A SHOUTS: RELEASE SEAT BELTS! GET OUT!
(WHEN OPENING THE AIRCRAFT EXIT DOOR TO EVACUATE..

REPEATEDLY SHOUT TO PAX :
STAND BACK!
STAND BACK!
EXIT ASSESSED - DOOR OPEN AND ABP'S GIVEN INSTRUCTIONS - AIRCRAFT HAS BEEN EVACUATED

F/A SHOUTS......
"LEAVE EVERYTHING!
COME THIS WAY!
RUN! JUMP! MOVE!
EXIT IS UNUSEABLE - DOOR CANNOT BE OPENED..OR BLOCKED BY FIRE,WATER,DEBRIS OR DOOR JAM

F/A INSTRUCTS PAX TO GO TO ANOTHER DOOR BY SHOUTING ....
EXIT BLOCKED!
FIRE! (REASON FOR BLOCKED EXIT)
GO TO THAT EXIT! (REDIRECT AWAY FROM BLOCKED EXIT).
REPUBLIC AIRLINES CODE
YX
CHAUTAUQUA AIRLINES
RP
SHUTTLE AIRLINES
S5
AMERIAN AIRLINES
AA
DELTA
DL
UNITED
UA
US AIRWAYS
US
ICAO CODES
THESE ARE UNIQUE TO ONE SPECIFIC AIRLINES
A-FA
(A) FLIGHT ATTENDANT POSITION - ASSIGNED TO THE FORWARD SECTION OF THE AIRCRAFT
ABP
ABLE BODIED PERSON - PAX THAT WILL ASSIST THE F/A IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY
AED
AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATOR
ATC
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
AFT
THE REAR PORTION OF THE AIRCRAFT
AIR CARGO
AIR CARGO - ANY MAIL,FREIGHT OR EXPRESS BY AIR
AIRCRAFT LEFT
LEFT SIDE OF THE AIRCRAFT - FACING THE COCKPIT
(CAPTAIN'S SEAT IS ON THE LEFT SIDE)
AIRCRAFT RIGHT
RIGHT SIDE OF THE AIRCRAFT - FACING COCKPIT
(1ST OFFICER'S SEAT IS ON THE RIGHT SIDE)
B-FA
(B) FLIGHT ATTENDANT POSITION- ASSIGNED TO THE AFT SECTION OF THE AIRCRAFT
BALLAST
BALLAST IS WHAT BALANCES THE AIRCRAFT. (BAGS OF SAND OR GRAVEL)
BUDDIES
PAX WHO THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT MAY ASSIGN TO ASSIST OTHER GUEST IN AN EMERGENCY AS WELL ASSIST AN UNACCOMPANIED MINOR EXIT THE AIRCRAFT UPON ARRIVAL.
BULKHEAD
UPRIGHT PARTITION SEPARATING COMPARTMENTS
CABIN
AREA INSIDE THE AIRCRAFT WHERE THE GUEST SIT
CPT (CAPTAIN)
PILOT - IN CHARGE OF THE AIRCRAFT - (RESPONSIBLE FOR THE 1ST OFFICER & FLIGHT ATTENDANTS
CARRIER
TERM USED INTERCHANGEABLY WITH AIRLINES
CARRY-ON
ITEM BROUGHT ON BOARD THE AIRCRAT - CONTROLLED IN SIZE & SCANNED FOR SECURITY REASONS
CHARTER FLIGHT
A PLANE "RENTED" BY A GROUP
CHIEF PILOT
PILOT IN CHARGE OF ALL PILOTS AND PILOT RELATED FUNCTIONS
CITY PAIRS
CONSIST OF TWO CITIES - DEPT AND DESTINATION
CLIMB
AIRCRAFT "CLIMB" RIGHT AFTER TAKE-OFF TO APPROPRIATE LEVEL CRUISING ALTITUDE
COCKPIT/FLIGHT DECK
AREA IN THE FORWARD PART OF THE AIRCRAFT WHERE THE CAPTAIN AND 1ST OFFICER SIT & CONTROL AIRCRAFT
COCKPIT JUMPSEAT
SEAT IN THE COCKPIT - ALLOWS OBSERVER TO SIT. (TO CHECK PILOT, PILOT OR FAA)
COMAT
COMPANY MATERIAL - INTEROFFICE CORRESPONDENCE. ETC..
CONNECTING FLIGHT
FLIGHT ROUTING WHICH HAS STOP BETWEEN ORIGINATING CITY AND DESTINATION CITY (WITH AIRCRAFT CHANGE)
CREW MEMBER
PERSON ASSIGNED TO AN AIRCRAFT DURING FLIGHT TIME. (PILOT OR FLIGHT ATTENDANT)
CROSSWIND
WIND BLOWING AT AN ANGLE TO THE LINE IN FLIGHT OR ANY GIVEN DIRECTION.
DEADHEADING
TRAVELED COMPLETED ON COMPANY AIRCRAFT. CREWMEMBERS TRAVELING TO OR FROM AN ASSIGNMENT WHO ARE NOT PART OF THE WORKING CREW (IN A PAX SEAT)
DIRECT FLIGHT
FLIGHT INVOLVES ONE OR MORE SCHEDULE STOPS ENROUTE BETWEEN ORIGIN AND DESTINATION W/O A CHANGE IN FLIGHT NUMBER. (ALSO KNOWN AS A THRU FLIGHT)
DITCHING
WATER LANDING - EMERGENCY SITUATION
DOGHOUSE
STORAGE COMPARTMENT FOR EMEGENCY EQUIPMENT (E170)
DOMICILE
CITY WHERE FLIGHT ATTENDANTS ARE BASED AND REPORT TO WORK. ALSO CALLED BASE OR CREW BASE.
DOT
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
EEMK
ENHANCED EMERGENCY MEDICAL KIT ( USED DURING IN -FLIGHT MEDICAL EMERGENCY)
ELS
EMERGENCY LIGHT SWITCH (CONTROLS INTERNAL/EXTERNAL LIGHTS WHICH DIRECT GUEST TO CLOSEST EMERGENCY EXIT WHEN EVACUATING AIRCRAFT)
EMERGENCY
ANY CONDITION WHICH HAS THE POTINENTAL TO CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT OR INJURY TO GUESTS AND CREW. 2) TYPES OF EMERGENCIES .. PLANNED AND UNPLANNED EMERGENCY.
EMERGENCY EXIT ROW
ROWS CONTAINING DIRECT ACCESS TO THE EMERGENCY EXITS. GUESTS MUST MEET CERTAIN QUALIFICATIONS TO BE SEATED IN THESE SEATS.
ETA
ESTIMATED TIME OF ARRIVAL
ETD
ESTIMATED TIME OF DEPARTURE
EVACUATION
PROCESS TO EVACUATE THE AIRCRAFT UNDER EMERGENCY CIRCUMSTANCES
EVACUATION SLIDES
A SLIDE THAT PROVIDES GUESTS AND CREW A MEANS TO SAFELY DESCEND FROM THE AIRCRAFT TO THE GROUND DURING EMERGENCY EVACUATIONS.
FA (FLIGHT ATTENDANT)
PERSONNEL WHO ARE TRAINED IN EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ON CERTAIN TYPES OF AIRCRAFT. ASSURES THE GUESTS COMFORT AND SAFETY DURING A FLIGHT.
FAA
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
FAK
FIRST AID KIT - USED DURING AND INFLIGHT MEDICAL EMERGENCY
FAM
FEDERAL AIR MARSHALL
FAM ( FLIGHT ATTENDANT MANUAL))
THE MANUAL ASSIGNED TO EACH FLIGHT ATTENDANT. KEPT ON THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT AT ALL TIMES
FAR
FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATION - RULES WHICH THE FAA HAS SET UP TO GOVERN THE US AIRLINE INDUSTRY
FASTEN SEAT BELT SIGN
FASTEN SEAT BELT SIGN GUEST
FERRY/REPOSITIONING FLIGHT
FLIGHT W/O GUEST ON BOARD. PLANE MOVED FROM ONE POINT TO ANOTHER.
FD
FLIGHT DECK (COCKPIT)
FIRST OFFICER
SECOND IN COMMAND OF THE AIRCRAFT (REPORTS TO CAPTAIN)
FLASHLIGHT
EMERGENCY FLASHLIGHT
FLIGHT
SCHEDULED TRIP BY PLANE TO DESIGNATED AIRPORTS
FLIGHT ATTENDANT JUMP SEAT
SEAT THAT A CERTIFIED FLIGHT ATTENDANT USES. ASSIGNED TO DUTY ON AIRCRAFT DURING FLIGHT.
FLIGHT CREW MEMBER
PILOT, CAPTAIN,FIRST OFFICER,ETC. ASSIGNED TO DUTY ON AIRCRAFT DURING FLIGHT TIME
FO
FIRST OFFICER
FORWARD
FRONT PORTION OF AIRCRAFT
GALLEY
AREA FOR STORAGE OF SERVICE ITEMS
GALLEY CART
CART FOR STORING BEVERAGES OR FOOD ITEMS
HALON (H)
HALON FIRE EXTINGUISHER
HEADWIND
WIND BLOWING IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION TO THE LINE OF FLIGHT OF AN AIRCRAFT. HEADWINDS CAN SLOW AN AIRCRAFT DOWN. DEPENDS ON COURSE & VELOCITY
HOLDING
FLIGHT THAT IS EITHER MAINTAINING A CERTAIN ALTITUDE,SPEED OR PATTERN OR EXPERIENCING DELAY ON THE GROUND WHILE WAITING FOR TAKE-OFF CLEARANCE.
ILV
INFANT LIFE VEST
INF
INFANT
INFLIGHT SERVICE
ITEMS AVAILABLE ON A COMPLIMENTARY BASIS OR FOR A NOMINAL FEE. INCLUDES MAGAZINES,MOVIES,MEALS OR BEVERAGES
INTERMEDIATE STOP
AND SCHEDULE STOP BETWEEN THE ORIGIN AND DESTINATION POINTS OF A FLIGHT. THIS COULD ALLOW GUESTS TO DEPLANE, ADDITIONAL GUESTS TO BOARD OR FOR TECHNICAL REASONS
JS
JUMPSEAT-USED BY CREW MEMBERS
LANDING
PROCEDURE IN WHICH AN AIRCRAFT TOUCHES DOWN ON THE RUNWAY.
LAP CHILD
A CHILD UNDER THE AGE OF 2 THAT IS UNTICKETED- SITS ON ADULTS LAP FOR THE ENTIRE FLIGHT
LEO
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
LIMITS
MINIMUM LIMITS : IE CEILING (LOWEST LAYER OF CLOUD COVER) AND VISIBILITY, HAVE BEEN ESTABLISHED BY THE FAA FOR ALL AIRPORTS.
AIRCRAFTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO TAKE OFF OR LAND IF THE WEATHER IS BELOW THESE LIMITS
LOAD MANIFEST
PAPER THAT PROVIDES A MEANS OF DETERMINING & RECORDING AIRCRAFT WEIGHT, BALANCE & LAODING CONFIGS.
LV
LIFE VEST
MAINLINE
MAJOR CARRIERS
MEGAPHONE
USED IN POST EVAUATION OR IN THE EVENT THE PA SYSTEM IS INOPERATIVE
MRT
MANUAL RELEASE TOOL - TO RELEASE OXYGEN DISPENSING UNITS THAT DO NOT OPEN AUTOMATICALLY
NON-REV
NON REVENUE GUEST - GUEST WHO DO NOT PAY FULL FARE OR ANY FARE AT ALL. (AIRLINE EMPLOYEE,RELATIVE OF AIRLINE EMPLOYEE)
NONSTOP
CUSTOMER WHO TRAVELS ON ONE AIRPLANE FROM ORIGIN TO THE DESTINATION WITHOUT ANY SCHEDULED ENROUTE STOPS- (CONFUSED WITH DIRECT FLIGHTS)
NTSB
NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD
ON-BOARD WHEELCHAIR
ASSIST DISABLED GUESTS TO THE LAVATORY DURING FLIGHT
OE
OPERATING EXPERIENCE - REQUIRED AFTER COMPLETING GROUND SCHOOL. NEW FLIGHT ATTENDANT IS SUPERVISED BY INFLIGHT SUPPORT SPECIALIST IN PERFORMANCE OF REQUIRED DUTIES
ONE WAY
ITINERARY TRIP IN WHICH GUESTS TRAVELS FROM ORIGIN TO DESTINATION BUT DOES NOT RETURN.
OVERBOOK
A CONDITION WHICH EXITS WHEN MORE SEATS ARE RESERVED ON A FLIGHT THAN THE ACTUAL CAPACITY OF THE AIRCRAFT.
PBE
PROTECTIVE BREATHING EQUIPMENT - SELF CONTAINED BREATHING DEVICE USED TO FIGHT FIRES.
PIC
PILOT-IN-COMMAND
POB
PORTABLE OXYGEN BOTTLE - PROVIDES SUPPLEMENTAL OXYGEN TO GUESTS IN AN EMERGENCY
PASSENGER BRIEFING
ANNOUCEMENT GIVEN TO GUESTS CONCERNING SAFETY OR CUSTOMER SERVICE INFORMATION
PLANNED LAND EVACUATION CHECKLIST
SEQUENCE OF EVENTS AND STEPS TAKEN TO PREPARE THE CABIN IN THE EVENT OF A PLANNED EMERGENCY
PREFLIGHT
PROCESS IN WHICH EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT AND SERVICE ITEMS ARE CHECKED FOR OPERATIONAL DISCREPANCIES WHEN ACCEPTING A NEW AIRCRAFT FOR THE DAY, AFTER AN AIRCRAFT SWAP OR WHEN AIRCRAFT HAD BEEN LEFT UNATTENDED.
PSU
PASSENGER SERVICE UNIT
RAMP
THE AREA AT WHICH AN AIRCRAFT IS LOADED AND UNLOADED.
RAINBOW LIGHTS
CABIN CALL LIGHTS LOCATED BY EACH FLIGHT ATTENDANT STATION
RON BAG
REMAIN OVERNIGHT BAG - FLIGHT ATTENDANTS ARE REQUIRED TO CARRY A RON BAG ON ALL FLIGHTS
ROUND TRIP
OPPOSITE OF ONE-WAY (GUEST RETURNS TO CITY OF ORIGIN)
RUNWAY
PAVED STRIP USED BY AIRPLANES FOR TAKING OFF AND LANDING.
SEAT BOTTOM CUSHION
ACTUAL SEAT A PERSON SITS ON DURING A FLIGHT THAT CAN BE REMOVED AND USED AS A FLOATATION DEVICE IN THE EVENT OF A DITCHING
SEAT CONFIGURATION
ARRANGEMENT OF SEATS ON AN AIRCRAFT
SPACE AVAILABLE
NOT A CONFIRMED SEAT - AIRLINE EMPLOYEE OR A PERSON TRAVELING ON AN AIRLINE EMPLOYEES PASS TRAVELS ON A FLIGHT.
SEAT ON THE AIRCRAFT WILL BE GIVEN TO THEM IF THERE IS ROOM AFTER ALL THE REVENUE PAX HAVE BOARDED.
SPACE POSITIVE
RESERVED SEAT ON BOARD A FLIGHT FOR AN EMPLOYEE TO TRAVEL ON TO GET TO WORK. SEATS ARE "PAID" FOR BY THE AIRLINE AND A REVENUE PAX CAN NOT TAKE IT AWAY FROM THE EMPLOYEE. THIS CANNOT BE USED FOR PERSONAL REASONS.
SPECIAL ASSIST PASSENGERS
GUESTS WHO MAY BE MENTALLY OR PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED AND IN NEED OF ASSISTANCE
STACKING
THIS IS WHEN TWO OR MORE AIRCRAFTS ARE HOLDING AT DIFFERENT LEVELS. THIS MAY OCCUR WHEN AIR TRAFFIC IS SO HEAVY THAT MANY OTHER AIRCRAFTS MUST WAIT THEIR TURNS BEFORE LANDING
STERILE COCKPIT PROCEDURE
CRITICAL PHASE OF FLIGHT WHEN COMMUNICATION WITH THE FLIGHT DECK IS PROHIBITED EXCEPT IN THE EVENT OF AN EMERGENCY OR UNUSUAL CIRCUMSTANCE. THE CRITICAL PHASE OF FLIGHT INCLUDES ALL OPERATIONS BELOW 10,000 FEET (EXCEPT LEVEL CRUISE) TAXI, TAKE-OFF AND LANDING.
TAILWIND
WIND BLOWING FROM BEHIND THE AIRCRAFT INCREASING SPEED. OFTEN TIMES WHEN A FLIGHT HAS DEPARTED LATE IT CAN PICK UP A TAILWIND, GAINING LOST TIME.
TAKE-OFF
PROCEDURE IN WHICH THE AIRCRAFT LEAVES THE RUNWAY TO BECOME AIRBORNE
TAXI
MOVEMENT OF AN AIRCRAFT UNDER ITS OWN POWER ON THE SURFACE OF AN AIRPORT
TAXI-WAY
CONNECTS RUNWAYS TO RAMPS OR IN MANY CASES TO OTHER RUNWAYS
TURBULENCE
ROUGH AIR CAUSED BY CURRENTS OF WARM AIR RISING AND COLD AIR DESCENDING
UMNR OR UM
UNACCOMPANIED MINOR - CHILD TRAVELING ALONE
UNPLANNED EVACUATION
SITUATION WHERE THERE IS LITTLE OR NO TIME TO PREPARE THE CABIN OR GUESTS PRIOR TO AN EVACUATION.
VISIBLITY
MEASURES HORIZONTIAL DISTANCE AT WHICH GROUD OBJECTS CAN BE SEEN AND MEASURED. DEPENDING ON THE VISIBILITY, IT IS THE MAIN INGREDIENT IN DETERMING WEATHER MINIMUMS.
WEIGHT & BALANCE
FLIGHT ATTENDANT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR GIVING THE COCKPIT AN ACCURATE PASSENGER COUNT ON BOARD AND WHERE THEY ARE SITTING. THIS ENABLES THE COCKPIT TO COMPUTE THE WEIGHT AND BALANCE OF THE AIRCRAFT.
WCHR
WHEELCHAIR
WCHS
WHEELCHAIR AND PAX CANNOT CLIMB STEPS.
WCOB
WHEELCHAIR ONBOARD - PAX REQUIRES USE OF ONBOARD WHEELCHAIR
WCHC
CARRY-ON PAX - COMPLETELY IMMOBILE
WCMP
PAX HAS OWN MANUAL POWERED WHEELCHAIR
WCBD OR WCBW
PAX HAS OWN ELECTRIC WHEELCHAIR
ATL
ATLANTA, GA
ACY
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ
CLT
CHARLOTTE,NC
ORD
CHICAGO, IL (OHARE)
MDW
CHICAGO, IL (MIDWAY)
CLE
CLEVELAND,OH
CMH
COLUMBUS, OH
DEN
DENVER, CO
GSO
GREENSBORO, NC
IND
INDIANAPOLIS, IN
MCI
KANSAS CITY, MO
IFP
LAUGHLIN,NV
SDF
LOUISVILLE, KY
JFK
NEW YORK CITY, NY (KENNEDY)
LGA
NEW YORK CITY, NY (LAGUARDIA)
EWR
NEWARK, NJ
PHL
PHILADELPHIA, PA
PIT
PITTSBURGH, PA
UTM
TUNICA, MS
IAD
WASHINGTON, DC (DULLES)
DCA
WASHINGTON, DC (NATIONAL)
AFTER AIRCRAFT EXIT DOOR HAS BEEN OPENED - F/A INSTRUCT (2) PAX TO HELP. WE CALL THESE PAX "ABLE BODIED PASSENGERS" OR ABP'S.
FLIGHT ATTENDANT SHOUTS:

YOU! YOU!
STAND AT THE BOTTOM !
HELP PEOPLE OFF!
SEND THEM AWAY!