short-haul


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short-haul

[′shȯrt ‚hȯl]
(communications)
Pertaining to devices capable of transmitting and receiving signals over distances up to about 1 mile (1.6 kilometers).
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So far on Monday, 13 short-haul flights at Heathrow have been cancelled.
Connectivity is essential because it's what our customers demand and IAG will be the first European airline group to offer high quality air to ground wi-fi on short-haul flights.
The change comes as BA's parent company IAG tries to cut costs at a time of increasing competition in the European short-haul market, reports Reuters.
NASDAQ: VSAT) a global broadband services and technology company, to install a high-speed wireless internet network on its entire Airbus A320 series short-haul fleet flying in Europe, the company said.
The airline is trying to attract higher paying business travellers by increasing long-haul services, especially to the United States, as well as adding the short-haul business class service.
The new range also includes Norwegian's first hot meal on short-haul flights - a classic chicken tikka masala served with a soft drink or water for PS7.
Various choices of ticket bundles are available, starting from HK$5,800 for two short-haul tickets in Business Class and HK$14,200 for one short-haul ticket in Business Class and one long-haul ticket in Premium Economy Class.
The claim that short- and long-haul airline travel are at their core two very different markets is further supported by Murphy and Meilus (2012), who offer quantitative support for anecdotal claims of a decline in the demand for short-haul passenger travel over the past two decades.
The 'no frills' fares are available for purchase now for BA flights leaving on or after September 24 from Heathrow Airport to eight short-haul destinations including Stockholm, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Paris (Charles de Gaulle and Orly), Rome and Rotterdam, The Telegraph reports.
All of the new regulations remain intact except for the court's decision to strike down a provision requiring short-haul drivers to take a 30-minute off duty break.
During that time, the partnership has grown and now includes ramp handling for Virgin Atlantic's long-haul operations from Terminal 3 and its UK cargo handling business, in addition to the Terminal 1 short-haul operations.
The partnership between the two companies has grown over the years to include ramp handling for Virgin Atlantic's long-haul operations from Terminal 3 and its UK cargo handling business, in addition to the Terminal 1 short-haul operations.