continental code


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continental code

[¦känt·ən¦ent·əl ′kōd]
(communications)
The code commonly used for manual telegraph communication, consisting of short (dot) and long (dash) symbols, but not the various-length spaces used in the original Morse code. Also known as international Morse code.
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In October, we are looking forward to the start up of our Continental code sharing arrangement in Los Angeles as previously announced, as well as, the beginning of our transition to an all Brasilia turboprop fleet.
SkyWest will carry the Continental code on flights arriving and departing from Los Angeles, where both carriers operate from Terminal 6.
The Continental code share agreement includes participation in Continental's various marketing programs and coordinated flight schedules at Los Angeles International Airport where Continental offers 27 daily departures.

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