Polar Route

A polar route refers to an aircraft route across the uninhabited polar ice cap regions.

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Scandinavian Airlines - History - Trans Polar Route
... In 1954 SAS was the first airline to schedule a polar route ... It was popular with Hollywood celebrities and production people and the route was a publicity coup for the airline ... which allowed free transit to other European destinations, this trans-polar route gained popularity with US tourists in the late 1950s ...
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10 years ago she was in Polar Route and an assistant to Ashuhit's father, Doktor Richter, she used the Richter family's secret technology to turn Fury ... Germany, son of the number one Frankenstein researcher, and a member of Polar Route who specializes in maintaining Frankensteins ... Little Rose A women who was told by the Polar Route to follow John Doe and make sure he never recovers his memory, she also maintains his body ...
Polar Route - Operational Considerations
... The FAA's policy letter Guidance for Polar Operations (March 5, 2001) outlines a number of special requirements for polar flight, which includes two cold-weather suits, special ... the intense cold and extended duration of polar flights may cause fuel temperature to approach its freezing point ... crew must then change altitude, though in some cases due to the low stratosphere over polar regions and its inversion properties the air may ...

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