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short haul

Short distance. Short haul implies traversing a small geographic area such as a few miles at most. Contrast with long haul. See line driver.
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In addition, Jet2.com has been nominated by The Times and Sunday Times for the Best Short Haul Airline prize.
Ken O'Toole, Manchester Airport's Managing Director, said: "November was an extremely successful and signifi-cant month for Manchester Airport as we broke the 23 million barrier and continued to announce new long and short haul services.
According to Ceragon, its solution will deliver up to 1Gb/s radio capacity using innovative wireless short haul technology to back haul traffic coming from the 3G/4G cells that serve all local event attendees.
The Grant Thornton Short Haul and Grant Thornton Short Ocean Pointscore Series are an integral part of the CYCA's Summer Sailing Program.
Long haul routes include the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, short haul routes include China, Guam, Hong Kong, Korea, Philippines and Taiwan and medium haul routes cover all remaining routes.
The best-value short haul routes from the UK are London to Athens at just 9.6p a mile and London to Lisbon at 9.7p a mile.
For Europeans who prefer short haul trips, the best value routes are Paris Orly to Lisbon, London Heathrow to Athens, Madrid to Las Palmas, Paris (CDG) to Athens and Heathrow to Lisbon.
It said that the all economy cabin aircraft will operate to short haul Etihad destinations, which have high demand for economy traffic and low demand for premium traffic.
Driven by low premium traffic demand on short haul routes, the carrier will launch additional routes within a five-hour radius where it will place its converted aircraft.
Revenues fell 9.7% year on year in the third quarter, although the number of passengers rose 7% and the group said it was filling its planes better, with the load factor up across long and short haul flights.
Yields fell 2% "partly due to a greater proportion of long-haul route expansion with its normally lower yields than short haul." Oct 30, 2006