Airport Codes

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A/C

ACARS

AFT

AED

Airstairs

AO

ARM

ATC

Blue City

Bulkhead

Captain

Cart

Airport Code

Cockpit

COMAT

Compliance Check

CRO

CX

DEADHEADING

DISARM

ENTRY DOORS

EXIT ROW SEATS

FAA

FAR

FAA MINIMUM CREW

FLIGHT DECK

F/O

Fuselage

FWD

GSC

ICSR

IFE

IROP

ISC

JET BRIDGE

LEG

mel

narrow body

oal

ohb

pairing

pic

pob

pushback

ron

runway

service doors

slide

slide/raft

stow

sterile cockpit

taxi

taxiway

umnr

wide body

zulu time

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The action of pushing the aircraft back from the gate using a piece of ground service equipment called a tug.

Also known as Coordinated Universal Time or UTC. Used as the standard time in aviation to avoid confusion over local time zones, e.g. “the flight departed at 1600z”. It is roughly equivalent to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)

The act of storing an item brought onboard.

rear of the aircraft

A city that JetBlue flies to and from

The minimum number of Inflight Crewmembers required by the FAA to staff a particular type of aircraft.

Complaint Resolution Official: A JetBlue Crewmember charged with specific duties and authority to resolve complaints sometimes made by Customers.

The three-letter abbreviations by which each airport is identified. For example, Buffalo, NY is BUF.

Seats from which a Customer can go directly to an exit without first stepping in to the main aisle.

All surface movement of the aircraft prior to takeoff or after landing in which the aircraft is moving on its own power.

The process of disabling the escape slide. When the door is opened in the disarmed mode, the escape slide will not deploy.

Mobile unit used for catering of service items and supplies such as ice, beverages, snacks, and waste.

Inflight Customer Service Representative: An additional Crewmember on an aircraft to provide translation services between the Crew and Customers on flights where English is not the first language of the destination.

A wall or partition used to separate aircraft areas such as galleys and lavatories.

Automated External Defibrillator

unaccompanied minor

IRREGULAR OPERATIONS: such as weather event

A series of flight legs built together to form the trip an Inflight Crewmember or Pilot is assigned to work. A pairing can range from 1-5 days.

Portable Oxygen Bottle: Bottle containing oxygen under pressure, used in emergency situations.

forward: the front of aircraft

aircraft with two asiles

The Customer compartment of the aircraft.

Minimum Equipment List: A list of equipment that must be in working order so that a flight may be legally dispatched for operation with Customers and Crewmembers onboard.

Federal Aviation Regulations: Regulations set forth by the FAA by which air carriers must abide.

remain overnight ( aircraft in blue city)

The ramp/tarmac area used by all aircraft when moving between the runway and the gate area.

Ground Security Coordinator: A JetBlue Crewmember responsible for evaluating and implementing security procedures for each flight at the airport.

Air Traffic Control

The compartment of the aircraft from which the pilot controls the aircraft (also known as the flight deck)

The period of time when the aircraft is moving on the ground, or flying under 10,000 ft. There is no communication other than that of an emergency nature allowed between the Flight Deck and the Inflight Crew.

COCK PIT

FIRST OFFICER: This Crewmember assists the Captain in the Flight Deck and is second in command of the aircraft.

Code for flight cancellation

Airport Operations

pilot in command

Intra-company mail system utilizing Company flights as the courier

In-Flight Entertainment: JetBlue Entertainment System on all aircraft that includes thirty- six channels of free DIRECT TV, up to four channels of JetBlue Features Pay Per View Movies and up to one hundred channels of XM Satellite Rad

Verification that Customers are adhering to safety regulations.

Mobile walkway which connects the terminal to the aircraft. Customers board and deplane through the jet bridge.

Aircraft

A flight segment. Example: A flight from JFK to BUF is one leg.

The process of preparing an escape slide for use in an evacuation. When the door is opened in the armed mode, the escape slide will automatically deploy and inflate.

The doors on A/C right by which the caterers and other support personnel deliver their services. They are occasionally referred to as 1R or 2R.

Moveable stairway which is driven up to an aircraft door and allows Customers to board and deplane.

The surface on which the aircraft takes off and lands.

other airline

The doors on A/C left used for Customer boarding and deplaning. They are occasionally referred to as 1L or 2L.

Escape slide used for evacuations. This can also be used in a water evacuation as a raft. Constructed of rubberized canvas and inflates when deployed.

overhead bin

Escape slide used for evacuations. Constructed of rubberized canvas and inflates when deployed.

Flight or Inflight Crewmembers travelling on company business as non-working Crew, either in a Customer seat or jumpseat.

Federal Aviation Administration: The US Government Agency that sets the standards and monitors the procedures for aircraft and people who work in the aviation industry.

The body of the aircraft

Aircraft designed with a single aisle.