survival ELT

survival ELT; ELT(S)
An ELT which is removable from an aircraft, stowed so as to facilitate its ready use in an emergency, and manually activated by survivors.
Official definition added to: AN 6/I by Amdt 20 (10/11/1994), AN 6/II by Amdt 15
(10/11/1994), AN 6/III by Amdt 2 (10/11/1994), and modified by Amdt 24 to AN 6/I (4/11/1999), Amdt 19 to AN 6/II (4/11/1999), Amdt 6 to AN 6/III (4/11/1999).
аварийно-спасательный ELT; ELT(S)
ELT, который снимается с борта воздушного судна, размещается таким образом, чтобы его можно было легко использовать в аварийной обстановке, и приводится в действие вручную оставшимися в живых.

International Civil Aviation Vocabulary (English-Russian). 2014.

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