Aircraft Cleaning Sample Clauses

Aircraft Cleaning. To provide exterior or interior aircraft cleaning; wash aircraft; wash aircraft engines; and conduct deicing/defrosting operations.
Aircraft Cleaning. To provide exterior or interior aircraft cleaning.
Aircraft Cleaning. Where a Flight Attendant is assigned by the Company to clean the aircraft cabin in the absence of ground cleaning personnel, as outlined in Section 23. B., of this Agreement, she/he shall receive a premium of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) for fulfilling the assignment.
Aircraft Cleaning. Consistent with Mesa’s obligations under the Code Share Agreement, but effective July 1, 2010, to account for services on an ongoing basis, versus the claims related to past payment obligations for aircraft cleaning services addressed in Section 7 above, for the remainder of the term of the Code Share Agreement Mesa shall provide at its expense (either directly or through a third-party vendor approved by US Airways) XXX cleaning for all Mesa aircraft operated pursuant to the Code Share Agreement. In cases where US Airways provides the XXX cleaning, whether directly or through its vendor, Mesa will reimburse US Airways for the actual costs, without markup, of that cleaning service. Mesa shall have the option to select all vendors in connection with its XXX cleaning, subject to US Airways reasonable approval. The aircraft will be cleaned in accordance with US Airways’ XXX cleaning standards and procedures, consistent with Section 2.8.2 of the Code Share Agreement. Any amounts owed by Mesa to US Airways pursuant to this Section 10 as of and after July 1, 2010 shall be paid by Mesa within ten (10) days after the Approval Order Date. [***]
Aircraft Cleaning. Where a Flight Attendant is assigned by the Company to clean the aircraft cabin in the absence of ground cleaning, she/he shall receive a premium of fifty-five dollars ($55.00) for fulfilling the assignment.
Aircraft Cleaning. According to separate agreement.
Aircraft Cleaning. Not performed.

Related to Aircraft Cleaning

  • Aircraft This peril includes self-propelled missiles and spacecraft.

  • Aircraft Maintenance TIMESHAROR shall be solely responsible for securing scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, preventive maintenance and required or otherwise necessary inspections of the Aircraft and shall take such requirements into account in scheduling the operation of the Aircraft. Performance of maintenance, preventive maintenance or inspection shall not be delayed or postponed due to any scheduled operation of the Aircraft unless such maintenance or inspection can safely be conducted at a later time in compliance with the sound discretion of the pilot-in-command.