It’s the graphic representation of the aircraft in relation to the horizon through an instrument located in the cockpit.
The name of this piece of equipment is a combination of the words “transmitter” and “responder.” With this device, aircraft automatically communicate with each other and with the control towers.
A defined time for a plane to take off or land at certain high-demand airports. If an airline fails to make use of the allocated slot, it loses priority and is pushed to the end of the line.
This expression refers to passengers that buy tickets but don’t show up at the airport on the date and time of their scheduled flight.
It’s the unit used to measure the plane’s speed (and also the wind speed). One knot is equivalent to 1.85 kilometers per hour.