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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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Security threats at the airport or aboard aircraft often leads to flight delays or outright cancellation. Airline security these days is taken seriously.
Cathay Pacific, meanwhile, also announced cancellation of CX 976 and CX 912 MNL-HKG flights scheduled for August 6.
1 series of 2019, Quezon City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (QCDRRMC) will undertake a Pre-Disaster Risk Assessment (PDRA) for expected typhoons which will become the basis for the cancellation of government work and classes.
He said that Turkish citizens travelling to Azerbaijan received a visa very easily, but the cancellation of the visa regime will attract even more tourists from Turkey to Azerbaijan.
"The revision only applies if the change or cancellation is made within 0-3 days of the travel dates.
Once the cancellation goes ahead, Nautilus will consider its future strategy and may even sell the offshore service vessels it currently owns.
Their cancellation was decided on the basis of criteria relating to profitability and load factors, as well as the availability of other flights on the same day, the Tunisian carrier said in a press release.
Tui's terms and conditions state cancellation charges are a percentage of the cost of the booking.
LTFRB Chairman Martin Delgra III said on Thursday the decision to suspend the imposition of cancellation fees came after they met with representatives of Grab and other transport network companies (TNCs) earlier this week.
In a statement, Grab public affairs manager Nicka Hosaka said the ride-hailing company and other TNCs have agreed to maintain the status quorequested by the LTFRB until the regulatory body issues guidelines on the cancellation policy.
For drivers, unreasonable cancellation behavior includes forcing passengers to cancel the booking without proper reason, and being selective of passenger destination.
Around 41 per cent of those polled online only found out about their flight delay or cancellation once they had reached the airport.