technical stop

technical stop

A stop by an airline at an airport for reasons other than traffic or refueling. Such a stop does not appear in the timetable.
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the vessel must undergo a biannual technical stop to carry out a refit and work on its equipment.
Housed hundreds of feet underground at the French-Swiss border, LHC - presently the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator - is currently undergoing a one-week technical stop for maintenance.
He said the vessel picked up its cargo at Palembang, Indonesia, and made a technical stop at a port in southern Philippines before proceeding to Subic.
With Madrid's prior agreement, British helicopter and commando carrier HMS Illustrious on Sunday stopped at a Spanish naval base in Rota in southern Spain for a technical stop of several hours before leading naval exercises in the Mediterranean.
To catch up over 350 miles including a technical stop, is saying that this is hand-sewn
Many operators now use Karagandy as a technical stop," he said.
Twice-weekly SAH[ETH]Frankfurt Airbus A330-200 service will be replaced with an A320 and Cairo will be used as a technical stop.
There will then be a short technical stop, before physics running resumes for 2012.
There will then be a short technical stop over the year before resuming in early 2012.
For an undisclosed period of time, foreign nationals who are directly responding to or affected by the situation in Haiti who are transiting through Canada on non-commercial aircraft for the sole purpose of refuelling and/or making a technical stop will be exempt for the requirement to obtain a temporary resident visa.
The GI had been travelling on a flight from the Middle East to the US which had made a scheduled technical stop at Shannon.
While some will have a technical stop for fuelling en-route, more than 90 per cent will operate non-stop.
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