scheduled service

scheduled service

A routine air transport service operated in accordance with a timetable.
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For this reason, DA Pam 750-8, The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS) Users Manual, allows units a 10 percent variance with scheduled service dates.
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The international charter and scheduled service airline, based in Jamaica, N.
Canjet Airlines, a four-year-old company that tried to take business from Canada's two big carriers, has grounded its scheduled service, blaming high fuel costs, rising landing fees and stiff competition.
Niigaani Air (an Ojibway word for leading) is working to nail down a proposal to fly regular scheduled service into Manitouwadge, Wawa, Hornepayne and Chapleau, using Sudbury as a turn-around hub.
The loss of funding, which goes to air carriers that provide service to small cities, would eliminate all scheduled service to the city, said Mike Medlock, vice chairman of the Jonesboro Municipal Airport.
reported today that its scheduled service passenger load factor rose to 88.
China's flag carrier Air China announced on Wednesday that it celebrated the resumption of its Beijing-Athens scheduled service with a grand ceremony at Terminal 3, Beijing Capital International Airport.
So DA Pam 750-8 allows units a 10-percent variance when missions interfere with scheduled service dates.
A typical scheduled service will be 14 minutes late.
At Polar, we wanted to launch our service early in this market, and to be among the few air cargo operators to have regularly scheduled service in and out of PEK.
The carrier said that its scheduled service passenger load factor increased 3.