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More about this in Techie Stuff 15 (Chapter 13). If your Company does its own maintenance, you will find instead a Maintenance Manager and Chief Engineer, who will have to order spares and schedule maintenance in a timely fashion, together with everything else to run an efficient organisation. Engineers These are the guys who keep you up in the air, and it's not a good idea to upset them. They start work when you stop, often late in the night so you can fly next morning. Not only that, they have no duty hour regulations, so anything you can do to help is greatly appreciated.

Of course, they serve meals and refreshments as well, but don't underestimate their qualifications—a proper training course is quite rigorous. The old RAF joke about a coffee machine being a flight 21 simulator for a Loadmaster is not appreciated! In UK, there isn't a Cabin Crew Licence as such; any certificates are granted internally by the company. Others There may well be other staff around, such as Flight Despatcher, Flight Follower, Ramp Officer, Senior Steward(ess), etc. who are not catered for here, but it shouldn't be hard to deduce what they get up to, given the above examples.

Time spent on essential duties required by the Company after duty are not part of any rest period. You should have your rest periods (see also Duty Cycles) rostered enough in advance to get your proper rest.

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