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long haul

Long distance. Long haul implies traversing a state or a country. Contrast with short haul.
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'The addition of new flights to Chicago and Austin also means that Gatwick's long haul network breaks yet another world record as we now offer 62 long haul routes - more than any other single runway airport in the world - and the fifth largest network of any airport in Europe.'
Profitability should improve as its long haul operation maturesA| While competition will intensify on some of its routes, the Philippines is not as fiercely competitive as other markets in Southeast Asia, it added.
With Allied Fiber's access flexibility, Windstream can now break out of the long haul route to service ILEC customers in Daytona Beach, FL, as well as Enterprise customers at key access points along this 360-mile segment of Allied Fiber's Southeast Route.
European airframer Airbus said it is proposing an 18 inch (45.72cm) seat width as the standard for future long haul economy air travel.
Croatia Airlines CEO, Krešimir KuAko, says it is his long term vision for the national carrier to launch long haul flights.
The focus on the long-haul market is as a result of Air France identifying that over 66% of its revenues comes from long haul business.
25 July 2012 a[euro]" British investment company Brainspark Plc (LON:BSP) said on Wednesday it had bought the Long Haul travel business of Italya[euro](tm)s Alba Tours Srl for EUR100,000 (USD121,200) in cash.
However, more than half of people who have driven home after flying long haul admit to feeling tired.
"BAA and BA continue to work together intensively to complete the migration of the remaining long haul services as soon as is practicable."
On long haul routes Aer Lingus carrried 4.4 per cent fewer passengers than the year before.
Nortel Networks holds the #1 position in the global metro and long haul DWDM market for 2003, according to Dell'Oro.