“But the airport had intermittent power outages that made it impossible to refuel or de-ice and created problems using jet bridges for fliers to disembark, JetBlue said.”
“Really, someone who pulled down 12 mil, spends more to de-ice a private jet than most people make annually understands the struggles of the little people, yep and the Brooklyn Bridge is still for sale.”
“Lacking the resources to de-ice the entire airfield rapidly, BAA was unable to operate Heathrow at full capacity for five days.”
“That system, built by Passur Aerospace Inc. in 2001, helped airlines, the airport and the FAA plan runway closures for snowplows and did some crude metering of departures so that airlines could plan when to de-ice jets.”
“If the low temperature for the day or night was only 58, why would they need to de-ice the plane even once?”
“The filings show Palin's political wing, Sarah PAC, paid a FL-based airplane service company $14K to de-ice a private jet.”
“Took me about half an hour to defrost de-ice, really my inches of ice covered freezer.”
“Eric Heraud, a spokesman for the General Direction of Civilian Aviation, said Charles de Gaulle airport said the cancellations are necessary because the airport is running low on reserves of ethylene glycol, the liquid used to de-ice planes.”
“I have many more mornings left of waking up to de-ice my car, cursing under my breath the entire time.”
“A quick trip to a nearby buddy's basement to de-ice our skate laces and drink a mug of hot chocolate was all we needed to reinvigorate ourselves and go back out in the sub-zero weather.”
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