93000 commercial flights but if u include chartered pplanes and cargo planes it will be about 300000 flights each day on average...
The airport, which is part of the port, is the nation's 16th busiest, and the cargo handling facilities are the nation's 6th busiest. The ship teminal handled 195 calls, and an ewstimated 855,000 passengers.
the airbus A380 is the worlds largest passanger airlinerit can carry up to 853 passangers and is 240ft long a wing span of 261 ft its cabin is 22 feet wideit has a maximum takeoff weight of 1,300,000 lbnow that's bignow the biggest all around aircraft in the world is theAntonov An-225this plane is freakin hugeit is a cargo plane that is made in the ukrane and is 275 ft long with a wingspan of 290 feetcan hold 550,000 lb of cargo and has a maximum takeoff wight of 1,322,773 lb
It depends on the size of the ship. There were small(er) ships that typically had spots for about 30 to 40 rowers, but there were some very large longships that were built. The Norwegian King Olav Tryggvason's ship the Ormen Lange, was a particularly large specimen, with room for 64 rowers. There was room for passengers and cargo, however, so just because it held x so many rowers doesn't mean that was all the people it held. Ships were built for different specifications and purposes.
there are four functions of cargo surveyor these are 1. they survey cargo hold condition (surveyor checks for dents and damages on the hold then report it to chief officer and the OOW.. that is the time where the team will rectify faults that has been checked or noticed by the surveyor) 2. On and OFF hire survey (the difference between the two is that on hire survey is the survey done by a surveyor to check for damages and condition of the ship while it is on hire by a chartere while the off hire survey is the survey done when the contract of charterer is over. it is the survey done to prepare the ship for the next charterer. 3. Draft Survey (is a survey done to calculate displacements of ship "volume" on arrival and departure.. cargo loaded or discharged can be determined. 4. Cargo condition survey (speaks about conditions of cargo after loading and before discharging for insurance purposes) cargo surveyor is the of a charterer (the one who rents the ship)of the ship. thats for our exam.. this week
A certificate called a Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate shall be issued after survey to a cargo ship of 500 gross tonnage and over which satisfies the requirements for cargo ships on survey, set out in regulation I/10 of SOLAS 1974, and complies with the applicable requirements of chapters II-1 and II-2, other than those relating to fire-extinguishing appliances and fire-control plans.
Depending on what Country you work in it could mean 1 of two things.A shifting cargo means that the cargo is or has moved while the vehicle is in motion. This can cause damage or even an accident or crash.In some places Shifting means to move or relocate as in: Shift that Cargo to the warehouse.
1-Make full your cargo holds. 2-Do draft survey as exactly. 3-divide your weight to your m3 capacity.
Cargo is any commodity that earns freight and charter hire to ship. Transporting cargo is ship's business. Can any ship carry any cargo? NO. Ship must be suitable and fit enough to carry any particular cargo. This ability of ship is the cargoworthiness. 4 segments in carriage by ship: load the cargo, stow the cargo, preserve the cargo condition and no damage/harm to ship till handing over to receiving port, unload the cargo. Ship's ability to meet the rigors of each of these segments must be demonstrated before cargo is given to a ship. Thus the cargoworthiness of the ship will be established.
General liability refers to products completion and labor, while cargo is specific to transportation, such as hauling equipment or goods. The cargo insurance would kick in if there was damage to the goods in transit. General liability would cover goods in your warehouse or on the docks.
On a dry cargo ship, the cargo goes in the cargo hold. On a tanker, the cargo goes into the cargo tank.
That depends on the size of the cargo ship and the size of the cargo.
loose cargo is simply cargo that is loose
genetic cargo is cargo produced genetically
The only native earthworms in Illinois are red worm Eisenia fetida and the nightcrawler Lumbricus terrestris. Other earthworms have come from Europe in soil samples, food supplies, other ship cargo.