2 edition of Glossary of air transportation terms found in the catalog.
Glossary of air transportation terms
United States. Civil Aeronautics Board. Economic Evaluation Division
Issued Feb. 1977
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|Pagination||iv, 118 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||118|
Shipping Terms Glossary. Air Brake The air brake system on tractors is operated by air and consists of air lines, valves, tanks, and an air compressor. Accessorial charges (also called assessorials) Any additional services required outside of the standard shipping procedure require additional fees from the carrier called accessorials. Common Freight Term Glossary and Explanations There are so many freight-related terms that sometimes even the pros are left scratching their heads. Our exhaustive glossary fleshes out freight, clarifies cargo, and demystifies the documents with easy-to-understand explanations of the words and acronyms you will encounter most.
Caltrans Air Quality and Conformity Glossary This list describes the general meaning of various terms and acronyms used in the air quality analysis and transportation conformity processes. The definitions have no official standing as Department policy, and are provided for general information only. Contact: Michael Brady, Caltrans, () Glossary Glossary The following terms can be found in the Financial Accounting Standards Board to engage in air transportation. airframe. The structure of an aircraft, excluding engines and accessories. The coupon that is detached from the airline ticket book.
Glossary of air transportation terms: definitions of economic and statistical terms and phrases used in CAB reports, studies, and proceedings Economic Evaluation Division, Bureau of Accounts and Statistics, Civil Aeronautics Board Washington Australian/Harvard Citation. United States. Civil Aeronautics Board. Economic Evaluation Division. Common Terms A AASHTO (American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials) A nonprofit, nonpartisan association representing highway and transportation departments in the fifty states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, representing all five transportation modes — air, highways, public transportation, rail, and water.
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The following is a list of widely used terms which will help you with deciphering bills, articles, comments, and communications made by transportation professionals and the mainstream media in reference to everything transportation. Transportation Terminology Glossary of Terms.
Inbound Logistics' glossary of transportation, logistics, supply chain, and international trade terms can help you navigate through confusion and get to the meaning behind industry jargon. Intermodal transportation typically refers to truck-rail-truck shipments but may also include truck to air shipping or truck to ship in the event freight is being shipped overseas.
Learn more about intermodal shipping. Motor Carrier - The term “motor carrier” defines a person providing motor vehicle transportation for compensation. Glossary of air transportation terms: Definitions of economic and statistical terms and phrases used in CAB reports, studies, and proceedings [United States.
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Economic Evaluation Division. Air Waybill. An AWB is a bill of lading which covers both domestic and international flights transporting goods to a specified destination. Technically, it is a non-negotiable instrument of air transport which serves as a receipt for the shipper, indicating that the carrier has accepted the goods listed therein and obligates itself to carry the consignment to the airport of destination /5().
Air Cargo Terms (INCOTERMS at the bottom of the page) Air Carrier Airline, which carries or undertakes to carry the cargo under the air waybill or to perform any other services related to such air carriage including the airline issuing the Air Waybill. Airline Code Numbers The carrier’s three-digit IATA airline code number.
Air Waybill The document made out by or on behalf of the shipper. The terms apply to many modes of transportation, including public transit, air services, and maritime services. Flag of convenience. A mean by which ship owners can obtain lower registration fees, lower operating costs, and fewer restrictions by registering their ships to a third country.
Flag state. Country of registry of a seagoing vessel. Below you'll find a list of terms and their definitions to common ebook terms. Cached File: A file of data on a local hard drive. When downloaded data is temporarily stored on your computer or mobile device, it speeds up retrieval the next time you want the same data (e.g., Web page, graphic) from the Internet or other remote source.
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[United States. Civil Aeronautics Board. Economic Evaluation Division.]. The terms in this glossary have been carefully selected from the myriad of terms one can encounter in the shipping business. We hope you will find it useful.
Disclaimer This information is disseminated under the sponsorship of the U. Department of Transportation in the interest of information exchange. The U.S. Government assumes no. A specialized set of jargon describe the tools, equipment, and employment sectors used in the trucking industry in the United terms may be used within other English-speaking countries, or within the freight industry in general (air, rail, ship, and manufacturing).
For example, shore power is a term borrowed from shipping terminology, in which electrical power is transferred from. Also referred to as "goods", means any property carried or to be carried on an aircraft, other than mail or other property carried under terms of an international postal convention, baggage or property of the carrier; provided that baggage moving under an air waybill or a shipment record is cargo.
Global logistics management practices require a core glossary to provide a definition and baseline for concepts, especially for newcomers to a language or field of study. The terminology listed above will help both transportation and finance better manage the freight payment process.
Air Freight A service that provides for the air transportation of goods. This mode of transportation allows for decreased shipping time, low damage ratios and for certain commodities, lower shipping costs.
Air Freight Forwarder An Air Freight forwarder provides pickup and delivery service to. It is used in Intermodal Transportation, which utilizes different modes of transportation ship, rail, and highway. International shipping containers are 20 to 40 feet long, and have to conform to International Standards Organization (ISO) standards and are designed to fit in ship's holds.
Document that establishes the terms of a contract between a shipper and a transportation company under which freight is to be moved between specified points for a specified charge.
This document is usually prepared by the shipper or their freight forwarder on approved forms issued by the carrier. Transportation. Hours-of-Service – U.S. Department of Transportation safety regulations which govern the hours of service of commercial vehicle drivers engaged in interstate trucking operations.
Intermodal Transportation –The transportation movement involving more. This glossary of physics is a list of definitions of terms and concepts relevant to physics, its sub-disciplines, and related fields, including mechanics, materials science, nuclear physics, particle physics, and thermodynamics.
For more inclusive glossaries concerning related fields of science and technology, see Glossary of chemistry terms, Glossary of astronomy, Glossary of areas of.
Knowing key logistics terms will help you communicate with those in the industry. Understanding the shipping terms helps you request the right service for your needs.
Logistics Terms. Whether you are a freight shipping pro or new to the process, you need to know these terms. Familiarize yourself before you book your next freight transportation. Hub-and-Spoke System A system of air transportation in which local airports offer air transportation to a central airport where long-distance flights are available.
Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) The rules and regulations established by the FAA to govern flight under conditions in which flight by outside visual reference is not safe.
Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations, and Acronyms 57 LAX 6: LAX6 Consortium LLC LAXFUEL: LAXFUEL Corporation MCI Fuel: MCI Fuel Company LLC MCO: Orlando Fuel Facilities LLC MEMFUEL: MEMFUEL LLC MUFIDS: Multi-User Flight Information Display System PAC: Portland Airlines Consortium LLC PANYNJ: The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey is a joint.GLOSSARY OF TRADE SHOW TERMS A Advanced Order-An order for show services sent to the contractor before move-in.
Air Freight-Materials shipped via airplane. Air Walls-Movable barriers that partition large areas. May be sound resistant, but not necessarily Size: 63KB.
A book that contains an overview of services along with list rates plus descriptions and details on accessorials. It can also have terms and conditions. Signature Options.
FedEx has three types of signatures: Indirect – anyone near the address can sign (neighbors, building managers, etc.) Direct – Someone at the delivery address must sign.