The lateral divergence from the prescribed flight path of an aircraft resulting primarily from the effects of a crosswind.
A type of airplane that has two sets of wings, with one set on top of the other, used mainly in the early 20th century.
All aircraft used by the same operator, of all types. LATAM, for example, has 225 narrow-body aircraft and 76 wide-body aircraft.
An authority or agency responsible for controlling the flow of goods into and out of a country and collecting duties imposed by law.
A stop on a journey that requires a change of planes at an intermediate point on the way to the final destination.