The LATAM team in charge of welcoming and attending the passengers aboard a plane, guaranteeing their safety and comfort throughout the flight.
An instrument which resembles a sleeve or giant sock, installed near the landing runways to indicate the wind direction and speed.
To swing to the left or right on the vertical axis of an aircraft, moving the plane’s nose. It’s controlled by the rudder.
A safety measure performed by the cabin crew, who verify that all slides, located at the plane’s emergency exits, are correctly armed before takeoff.
In French, it means ‘duck.’ This is what planes that have their horizontal stabilizers and elevators located forward of the wing are called, just like the Wright Brothers’ biplane.