departure time


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departure time

The time an aircraft becomes airborne. Also called takeoff time.
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Passengers had been given a tentative departure time of 7.30pm on Sunday, but that remained subject to clearance.
A[cedilla] EY083 to Rome (FCO) departure time 9:20 am
"Departure times of 8.30pm and 10.30pm were speculated on the screens - a work of optimistic fiction.
"Flybe can confirm that it is taking urgent steps to rectify a technical issue with its self-service check in kiosks at Birmingham Airport that is currently resulting in an error in departure time being printed on boarding cards.
"Flybe can confirm that it is taking urgent steps to rectify a technical issue with its self service check in kiosks at Birmingham Airport that is currently resulting in an error in departure time being printed on boarding cards.
Customers who purchase seats can checkin between 60 days and up to two hours before their scheduled departure time.
Passengers have been asked to report at least three hours before the scheduled departure time of flights at the new Muscat International Airport on March 20.
Choices, such as departure time and travel mode, are crucial ingredients of a commuter's decision about trip-making.
If there are any security concerns, the departure time from Skardu should be changed from 4pm to 9pm.
The excuse given was that First Great Western had refused the request to hold the train and that Arriva Trains station staff would be fined for any delay (in fact, we reached the platform about 30 seconds after the scheduled 06:30 departure time so it would have only held it for around two minutes).
In a single airport, when price is not considered, the criterion used by passengers to select among multiple flights is minimization of the gap between the expected departure time and the scheduled departure time.