Aircrew (noun)

  1. An aircrew is a team of personnel responsible for operating an aircraft.
  2. The aircrew typically consists of the pilot, co-pilot, flight engineer, and other flight personnel.

Origin:

The word "aircrew" is a compound of "air" and "crew.".

Examples:

  1. The aircrew consisted of highly trained and experienced professionals who had flown countless missions.
  2. The aircrew was responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the aircraft, from takeoff to landing.
  3. The aircrew was a close-knit team, relying on each other's skills and expertise to accomplish their mission.
  4. The aircrew was under constant pressure to perform, with every flight carrying lives and critical cargo.
  5. The aircrew was proud to serve their country, and took great pride in their work and their aircraft.
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