arrival delay


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arrival delay

A parameter that specifies a period of time in which no aircraft will be metered for arrival at the specified airport.
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We begin by plotting the distribution of arrival delays for every JetBlue and US Airways flight in July 2005 (see Figure 2a, b).
Line 10 indicates that a ten-minute increase in the average arrival delay will result in a $1.
OrbitzTLC Alerts continue to update customers on flight departure and arrival delays, gate changes and cancelled flights.
Under the measure, air carriers shall establish and implement procedures allowing passengers to exit the aircraft in case of departure and arrival delays.
AN airport has started a service to send text messages to tell people about flight arrival delays.
The third runway was built to reduce arrival delays during lower visibility weather at Sea-Tac.
First, arrival delays that do not result in a switch in batch handling order affect the train terminal time of all succeeding trains.
Bernie DeSena, Vice President-Chicago for American Airlines, said that the airline has long wanted to see improvements made at O'Hare in order to help deal with costly arrival delays.
Although no details were reported on takeoff times, ATA officials said the domino effect of arrival delays backs up departures and obstructs connections.
As snow, sleet and ice become major factors, arrival delays at these airports will regularly exceed two to three hours, especially throughout the Midwest and Northeast.
Arrival delays in these cities will regularly exceed two to three hours, as snow, sleet, and ice become major factors, especially throughout the Midwest and Northeast.
The OrbitzTLC Center will monitor the flights of customers who book hotel + flight trips and flag arrival delays that could mean late arrival to a hotel after midnight.