Private Chemtrail Disperser
- Nov 8, 2004
plan_D said:In the Gulf, RAF Chinooks were flying with many faults. If they weren't making the flight unsafe, they let it go.
That is standard procedure anyhow even in peace time. I am sure the British system is similar to ours. If there is a fault on the aircracft that is not unsafe such as heater vent inop, or 1 inch tear in left rear seat, you mark it as a / For instance the aircraft that I am flying today may have 2 to 4 faults on it right now because we are waiting on parts to arrive to fix the fault. It is not unsafe so we continue to fly it.
There are several symbols:
X: Unsafe fault, aircraft grounded.
Circle X: Serious fault but aircraft may be flown safely with restrictions. For example "Chaff Despenser inop, Aircraft restricted from known hostile environment".
/ Fault on aircraft, not unsafe to fly.
-Scheduled Inspection or maintenance due on aircraft.