gate arrival

gate arrival

A centralized terminal building layout aimed at reducing the walking distance by bringing the automobiles as close as possible to the aircraft.
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Luckily we managed to get the gate arrival in the end, and as we do things double-well here, the gate is 13+13=26!"
When preparing to travel, passengers could avoid unfortunate surprises if they were to follow these simple rules: Check in early - consult your airline's check-in and boarding gate arrival provisions; Know your fare rules - print them and carry them with you; Find out about your airline's baggage limits - verify carry-on and checked baggage allowances; Call ahead for any special needs - at least 48 hours prior to departure; Be sure to have the proper travel documents - passport, visas, vaccination certificates, etc; and Pack smart - always carry essential and valuable items with you on board - travel documents, medication, medical devices, money, jewelry, electronic equipment, etc.
In the method, pedestrian tracking is conducted by matching the pedestrian gate arrival and gate departure events using statistically obtained information on pedestrian velocities.
Tracking pedestrians in each microcell is conducted by matching the pedestrian gate arrival and gate departure events based on a Bayesian estimation-based method.
The budget airline has introduced the service along with a 15-minute gate arrival time.
BUDGET airline Easyjet yesterday launched online check-in and a 15-minute gate arrival time for passengers travelling only with hand baggage.
BUDGET airline EasyJet launched online check-in and a 15-minute gate arrival time for passengers travelling only with hand baggage on all routes from London's Gatwick and Stansted airports and Edinburgh.
It also proposes to offer a 15-minute gate arrival time for passengers travelling with just hand baggage.
Pedestrian Gate Transition and Gate Arrival Probabilities.
In addition, we refer to the probability that a pedestrian arrives at gate [g.sub.a] as gate arrival probability and denote it by [p.sub.arr]([g.sub.a]).
The set of gate arrival probabilities is denoted by [P.sub.arr] = {[P.sub.arr]([g.sub.a])|[g.sub.a] [member of] G}.
Figures 7 and 8, respectively, show the distributions of gate transition and gate arrival probabilities when n is set to 80, that is, when the width of each gate is 0.3 m.