Scheduled Passenger Flight

Some articles on passenger, scheduled passenger flight, flight, passengers:

Railways Act 1993 - Regulation
... of the industry, principally Railtrack (now Network Rail)) and the Director of Passenger Rail Franchising, whose role was to sell passenger rail franchises to the private ... The Director of Passenger Rail Franchising was replaced in 2001 by the Strategic Rail Authority ...
SATENA - Accidents and Incidents
... The aircraft was operating a domestic scheduled passenger flight from Monterrey Airport to Apiay ... at San Nicolas whilst operating a domestic non-scheduled passenger flight from Enrique Olaya Herrera Airport, Medellín to Gerardo Tobar López Airport, Buenaventurea ... after take-off from Benito Salas Airport, Neiva on a flight to Gustavo Artunduaga Paredes Airport, Florencia ...
Intermodal Passenger Transport - Inter-regional Mixed Mode Commuting - Trains On Boats
... While usually used to carry freight vehicles, passenger cars can also be carried ... In other places passengers move between passenger cars to a passenger ferry ...
Farman F.60 Goliath - Accidents and Incidents
... The aircraft was operating an international scheduled passenger flight from Le Bourget Airport, Paris to Croydon Airport, Surrey, United Kingdom ... Another aircraft was despatched from Paris to take the six passengers on to Croydon ... September 1922, A Farman F.60 Goliath on a flight from Croydon Airport to Paris, suffered a severely damaged propeller after flying through torrential rain whilst ...

Famous quotes containing the words flight, scheduled and/or passenger:

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    Airplanes are invariably scheduled to depart at such times as 7:54, 9:21 or 11:37. This extreme specificity has the effect on the novice of instilling in him the twin beliefs that he will be arriving at 10:08, 1:43 or 4:22, and that he should get to the airport on time. These beliefs are not only erroneous but actually unhealthy.
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    Every American travelling in England gets his own individual sport out of the toy passenger and freight trains and the tiny locomotives, with their faint, indignant, tiny whistle. Especially in western England one wonders how the business of a nation can possibly be carried on by means so insufficient.
    Willa Cather (1876–1947)