from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Operating without a regular schedule of passenger or cargo flights: a nonscheduled airline.

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  • adj. Not scheduled; not according to schedule.


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non- +‎ scheduled


  • Charter airlines - also called nonscheduled airlines - not only fly tourists and sports teams, they provide the planes and pilots for thousands of military flights every year.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • On the other hand prepayment for nonscheduled -- ie, accidental -- auto repair costs is almost universal.

    Health Care First-party Payments, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • At the time, the group's president said the proposed changes would have a "disastrous" economic impact on nonscheduled carriers, requiring a roughly 40% increase in the number of pilots on their payrolls.

    Regulators Delay Pilot-Fatigue Rules

  • Earlier this month nonscheduled airlines that carry troops and military cargo around the world said the unpredictable nature of their business means their pilots sometimes have to fly longer hours.

    Sen. Schumer Takes On Pilot Safety Regulations

  • Pilots' unions oppose a bill in Washington that would exempt the nonscheduled airlines.

    Sen. Schumer Takes On Pilot Safety Regulations

  • However, FAA officials working on the new rules refused to create separate rules for nonscheduled airlines.

    Sen. Schumer Takes On Pilot Safety Regulations

  • Hindu students from nonscheduled castes, particularly from modest backgrounds, exploded into riots.

    India's Government By Quota

  • On the way back to the States, we made a nonscheduled stop in Geneva, where George was going to talk with President Assad of Syria.

    Barbara Bush

  • From the site, “…presents summary data for all scheduled and nonscheduled service by large certificated U.S. air carriers for each airport served during the 12 months ending December 31, 1999.”

    3592986 « ResourceShelf

  • On Friday, the U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution we had proposed to tighten sanctions on everything but humanitarian supplies; to prevent Haiti's military leaders and their civilians allies from leaving the country; to promote a freeze of their assets worldwide; and to ban nonscheduled flights in and out of Haiti.

    President In Press Conference On Haitian Policy


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