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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A number of naval units, including the Chinese missile destroyer "Xi'an" that makes technical stop in Egypt's Alexandria city, participated in the exercise.
This route operates via Dublin as technical stop on Westbound flight.
Krognes took the lead after the restart, but the BMW M6 GT3 had to head for the pits after the obligatory technical stop that cost the team five minutes.
(TAP) - The General Directorate of Customs denied on Saturday that the Qatari military plane that landed last Monday (April 15, 2019) at the international airport of Djerba-Zarzis was carrying arms to support the Libyan militia, affirming that its presence in this area is part of a "technical stop".
It serves as the primary link between cities in Asia and North America, as approximately 80 percent of all cargo flights operating across the Pacific make a "technical stop" at Anchorage to refuel, change crews, and (in some cases) to transfer cargo.
The former route using Boeing 777 jets took longer with a technical stop of about an hour in Vancouver, Canada.
The same type of Chinese aircraft landed again in Davao on June 23 to refuel, but this time Malacanang said all protocols were followed during the cargo plane's technical stop.
With a distance of over 8,000 nautical miles, the 17-hour one-way journey from New York to Manila, currently on Boeing 777, involves a technical stop in Vancouver.
During the civil-engineering work, the Large Hadron Collider will continue to operate, with two long technical stop periods that will allow preparations and installations to be made for high luminosity alongside yearly regular maintenance activities.
"As per records of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines [CAAP], the Chinese aircraft made a technical stop in Davao City on June 8 for mere refuelling.
After a technical stop in London, the President flew to the United States.
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