entry point


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entry point

[′en·trē ‚pȯint]
(civil engineering)

entry point

i. The point at which an aircraft transits from an offshore control area to an oceanic airspace.
ii. The position at which an aircraft enters a control zone.
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Margrethe Snekkerbakken, Executive Vice President Regional airports division at Avinor AS, said, Entry Point North has been delivering AFIS, Instructor and Assessor training for Avinor for many years and always with the highest standard.
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In August this year, the RAK Customs and Ports Department, in collaboration the RAK Police, had thwarted a motorist's bid to smuggle around 1,000 narcotic pills which he concealed in a bottle of drinking water while crossing the Ras Al Dara land entry point from Oman.
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Offering an overview of each entry point, meticulously detailed accountings of one hundred routes covering difficulty level as well as pros and cons, fifty-one maps showcasing major waterways, portages, and designated campsites, and much more, Exploring the Boundary Waters is the resource to consult before planning a canoe getaway in the BWCAW.