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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of enplane.


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  • Between 2005 and 2007, domestic and international air cargo enplaned and deplaned at Dulles jumped by nearly 35 percent, with international cargo experiencing the biggest increase.

    Homeland Security tightens rules for air cargo

  • The Department of Transportation's decision this week to slap heavy fines on airlines that keep passengers enplaned for long hours on the tarmac will be welcome relief to many.

    Relief on the tarmac: Airlines fined for waits of 3+ hours

  • These, and the flight bag to lug them in, were the only purchases I had made in Luxembourg city before Costello and I enplaned there.

    The Luxembourg Run

  • Growth in enplaned passengers as well as large increases in non-airline revenue sources and higher PFC receipts offsets to debt service payments together contributed to the lowering of airline costs.

  • New data on baggage reporting would compare the number of mishandled bags to the number of checked bags, rather than to the number of passengers enplaned, as is done now.

  • Considerable demand for air service generated from a broad-based local economy with an origination & destination O&D base of 8.4 million enplaned passengers.

  • The airport's cost per enplaned passenger CPE was a competitive $6.03 in 2010 and is expected to remain competitive despite an expected increase to approximately $6.43 in 2011 as debt service ramps up.

  • The other carriers serving at MSP include American Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, US Airways, and United Airlines, none of which represented more than 4% of enplaned passengers in 2010.

  • The number of enplaned passengers at Reagan increased by 6.3% in the first 7 months of 2011, relative to the same period in 2010, driven by increased service offerings by Delta and JetBlue.

  • Through the first 11 months of the year, the number of enplaned passengers at the airport grew 5.5

    United, Delta predicted to lead way as airlines post $4B in profits | Triangle Business Journal


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