Gate to gate

Gate to gate

A term used to describe the product boundary encompassing the fabrication and assembly of business and institutional furniture. For purposes of the assessment, the entry gate is the receiving dock of the first facility where basic materials used in the manufacture of the furniture, e.g., steel, particleboard, fabric, and laminate, begin the conversion to furniture components. The end gate is the shipping dock where the ready-to-install furniture is transported for distribution to the end user. The gate-to-gate assessment will include transportation of intermediate materials and components between facilities where more than one physical location is included in the manufacturing process.
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The OneJet Plus service, which debuted on the company's Buffalo to Albany route in February, provides an enhanced service experience onboard retrofitted ERJ 135 regional jet aircraft, including increased leg room at every seat, complimentary 4G high-speed Wi-Fi, streaming entertainment gate to gate, and complimentary beer, wine and premium snacks en-route.
Passengers are allowed to use their PEDs from gate to gate unless otherwise instructed by a crewmember.
Yes, that means you will be able to read e-books, play games, and watch videos from gate to gate, with very limited exceptions.
According to The Verge, following the F's recommendation that travelers be allowed to use gadgets from gate to gate, both companies indicated that they had put in applications for approval.
You can saunter along it in 10 minutes, gate to gate. Access has not altered since the fourteenth century, when the maritime republic, then known as Ragusa, completed its two land gates, with barbicans, and two sea gates feeding the harbour.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 26, 2016-JetBlue introduces new in-seat experience from gate to gate
Alaska Airlines, following all the other major US airlines, said passengers can now use their tablets, e-book readers, games and other personal electronic devices (PEDs) from gate to gate effective Nov.
Dallas-based low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines (NYSE: LUV) said that its customers may use small portable electronic devices in "airplane mode" from gate to gate.
Beginning this week, customers on American's mainline flights and flights operated by American Eagle Airlines will be able to use PEDs from gate to gate including during taxi, takeoff and landing within the United States.