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aircraft cross-servicing Definition (US DoD)

Official definition of the United States Department of the term aircraft cross-servicing.

aircraft cross-servicing Definition (US DoD)

Official definition of the United States Department of the term aircraft cross-servicing.

aircraft cross-servicing



(*) Services performed on an aircraft by an organization other than that to which the aircraft is assigned, according to an established operational aircraft cross-servicing requirement, and for which there may be a charge. Aircraft cross-servicing has been divided into two categories: a. Stage A cross-servicing: The servicing of an aircraft on an airfield/ship which enables the aircraft to be flown to another airfield/ship. b. Stage B cross-servicing: The servicing of an aircraft on an airfield/ship which enables the aircraft to be flown on an operational mission. See also aircraft transient servicing. (US DoD)
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