miles flown

miles flown

The miles (computed in airport-to-airport distances) for each interairport hop actually completed in domestic and international revenue services, scheduled and nonscheduled. In cases where the interairport distances are inapplicable, aircraft miles flown are determined by multiplying the normal cruising speed for the aircraft type by the airborne hours.
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The airline, which will carry the American Airlines name, will be 2% larger than current No 1 United Continental Holdings Inc in terms of traffic - the number of miles flown by paying passengers worldwide.
The new airline will take the American Airlines name and will be 2 per cent larger than the current number one, United Continental Holdings, measured by the number of miles flown by paying passengers worldwide.
* Businesses earn 50% of total miles flown in Coral Economy Class, in addition to the employee's usual accrual.
The methods of allocating costs to flights are based on occupied seat hours or occupied seat miles (defined as the total hours or total miles flown by passengers multiplied by the number of occupied passenger seats).
Systemwide passenger traffic, measured by miles flown by paying passengers, grew by 3% while the average price to fly one mile increased by 9% in April 2011 year on year.
One can measure his service and leadership by the number of committee meetings attended, which is in the hundreds; the air miles flown on behalf of IFA and the foundation, in the tens of thousands; and the franchise executives mentored, in the thousands.
State-owned Emirates ranks among the world's biggest international airlines, both in terms of people carried and miles flown.
Miles awarded are dependent on the booking class and the number of miles flown, and are listed alongside the loyalty points on the member's account.
"This transcontinental flight was distinctive in that 1,776 miles of the 2,486 total miles flown were powered on 100% biodiesel," said Douglas Rodante, Green Flight International President and CEO.
Do they mean we only lose 3.6 people per million persons flying or 3.6 persons per million miles flown or ...
In the early 1930s, there was a fatality for every 4.8 million passengers miles flown in the United States.
A customer gets unlimited travel throughout the state While credits can be earned toward an Executive Club or Ali Club membership miles flown are not eligible for frequent flyer miles.