total air

total air

[′tōd·əl ′er]
(engineering)
The actual quantity of air supplied for combustion of fuel in a boiler, expressed as a percentage of theoretical air.
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Local traffic represented 69-77 per cent of total air passenger traffic between 2011 and 2014.
Food industry exports represent nearly 20% of total air cargo products, and the sector of agricultural crops, especially vegetables and fruits, makes up the largest share of the percentage.
Total Air Group, LLC, said it has signed a partnership agreement with WheelTug plc to develop and be the exclusive worldwide supplier of the racks and trays for the forthcoming WheelTug E-Taxi system.
SUPPORT the Total Air Force family and promote aerospace education.
The Geneva-based group, which represents 240 airlines, or 84 percent of total air traffic, says the profit this year is expected to be $18.
Earlier, regulators had issued a directive to the local broadcasters for curtailing imported television shows to 50 episodes, with restricting their time to no more than 25 percent of station's total air time.
7 per cent in August compared to the same month last year, with total air traffic movements in the month at 65,176.
50)According to daily news Zaman, the total air traffic movement (ATM) at Istanbul Ataturk Airport on June 21, 2013, reached 1,194, the all-time high in the airport's history, and the total number of passengers reached 135K.
The obvious point is the complete and total air brushing out of Cardiff International Airport.
In its latest premium traffic monitor, IATA estimated that Hurricane Sandy, which disrupted travel to and from the US northeast at the end of the month, negatively impacted total air travel by just half a percentage point.
Total air traffic movements in August at UAE airports stood at 59,940 with an average of 1,934 air traffic movements per day, the aviation body's monthly report said.
75% in 2011 to 923,996 from 950,119 in the previous year while total air cargo saw a small increase of 0.

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