zero-lifed


zero-lifed
An equipment, especially an airframe or an engine, that has been meticulously inspected, rectified and serviced, and restored to a new condition to an extent that the flight-time count may be legally restarted. Also called zero-timed.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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