long haul


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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 company travel editor, Sam Baldwin, said, 'The results of this survey show there is a definite demand for low cost airlines to operate long haul routes - it appears people are more than happy to surrender some level of comfort in order to satisfy their taste for travel, as long as the price is right.
More than 200,000 people also drive feeling unwell and confused after flying long haul, adding to the risks.
BMED offer in Club World (show here) a fine, intermediate between the full long haul product and the uprated Economy the usual BA style in European Europe http://www.
Require the movement of lots of data over big band-width and long haul