takeoff time

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The time an aircraft becomes airborne. Also called takeoff time.
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The PCA is related to the takeoff time, adoption, market potential index (N) and wealth of the countries.
Accounts indicate there was tension around takeoff time between two female passengers about overhead bin space, which led to an accidentally bumped head for the veteran flight attendant.
Moreover, flight schedules for the extra flights approved by the Chinese regular all feature takeoff time at wee hours, in sharp contrast with optimal time pledged by Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA), making it very difficult for Taiwanese airlines to solicit passengers.
14 "due to unforeseen complications with landing and takeoff time slots" at EWR.
Conventional aircraft do not have this long takeoff time, so any structural problems are not exacerbated.
SSgt Pardee and SSgt Larson worked diligently to allow the U-2S to meet its scheduled takeoff time and complete the mission without incident or interruption.
While the airport's other airlines have refused to bring all their flights into compliance with the voluntary curfew, Reno agreed to change its takeoff time so its planes would not be airborne until after 7 a.
The statement empathized that the control tower at Khartoum airport did not inform their peers in Saudi Arabia of the plane's takeoff time or when it was expected to enter Saudi airspace "in accordance with international norms".
All told, we were holding short for just over 10 minutes, not an uncommon experience when your takeoff time coincides with the return of all the aircraft from the first cycle of the day.
The pinpoint capability in all weather conditions, longer durability, longer durability in standby position after being deployed on the launch pad, lower time for pre-launch or launch-time tests, shorter firing and takeoff time are among the key capabilities of the missile," Vahidi underscored.