Aliens in space riddle

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There are three Federation Officers assigned to take three hostile aliens to “Peace Talks” on another planet. However, they must follow the following rules:

They have only one small space ship.
Only two individuals can ride in the space ship each time.
All Federation Officers can pilot the space ship, but only one alien can pilot the ship.
If at any time there are both Federation Officers and aliens on a planet, then there must always be more (or the same number of) Federation Officers than aliens on that planet. This is because if there are more aliens than Federation Officers, then the aliens will kill the Federation Officers. Count any individual in the space ship when it is on one planet as being on that planet.
The one space ship is the only means of transportation. There is no other way to get to the “Peace Talks”. No one can exit the space ship while it is in flight.
To start off, all the Federation Officers and aliens are on the same planet.

Can all Federation Officers and aliens get to the other planet alive, and if so: how?

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    FFFPAA ......
    
    PA>
    
    FFF..A ...PA.
    
    <P
    
    FFFP.A ....A.
    
    PA>
    
    FFF... ...PAA
    
    <P
    
    FFFP.. ....AA
    
    FF>
    
    F..P.. .FF.AA
    
    <FA
    
    FF.PA. ..F..A
    
    FP>
    
    F...A. .FFP.A
    
    <FA
    
    FF..AA ..FP..
    
    FF>
    
    ....AA FFFP..
    
    <P
    
    ...PAA FFF...
    
    PA>
    
    .....A FFFPA.
    
    <P
    
    ...P.A FFF.A.
    
    PA>
    
    ...... FFFPAA
    
    

    Where F are Federation Officers, A are aliens and P is the alien pilot.

    CugelTheWise Expert Answered on 24th September 2018.
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