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Cancel

(character)
(CAN, Control-X) ASCII character 24.

cancel

In air traffic control terminology, it means “annul the previously transmitted clearance.”
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Meanwhile, EDEK's President Yiannakis Omirou in light of the Turkish Cypriot side's decision to cancel the Taurus military exercise retracted a statement he had made previously, condemning the cancellation of Nikiforos.
Fear Is Not Typically Covered Standard Trip Cancellation policies cover travelers who cancel for reasons out of their control, like an unexpected illness or death in the family.
The airline was also expected to cancel its first flight on Wednesday to San Juan.
Using new computer technology, controllers will delay or cancel only those flights that "are expected to encounter extremely bad weather.
Under an agreement concluded by the two utilities in late 1993, either can cancel without penalty between May 30 and the end of this year.
The strike also saw Air France cancel three flights and Lufthansa six at Rome's Fiumcino airport.
British Airways says it has complied with a BAA directive to cancel 20% of its flights today (Monday August 14) at Heathrow.
British Airways, forced to cancel about 1,100 flights when security checks were stepped up in response to a foiled bomb plot, said on Tuesday it might seek compensation from airport operator BAA.
We don't know if (the threats) are credible, but we wanted to err on the side of caution so we decided it would be wise to cancel the game,'' Mojave Superintendent Larry Phelps said.
However, BAA is unable to provide a robust security search process and baggage operation at [LHR] and as a result we are being forced to cancel flights and operate others from Heathrow without all the passengers onboard.
Passengers scheduled to travel on these flights can re-route to their final destination or cancel the flights and receive full refunds.
It is not uncommon for a corporation to cancel a debt owed to it by its subsidiary, particularly as preparation for a potential disposition.