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a hose that carries air under pressure

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a commercial enterprise that provides scheduled flights for passengers

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In 2004, the airline company with 24 aircraft carried out 140 flights per day.
The Thunder Bay-based airline company has already expanded its air-ambulance service in Timmins by buying out Canada Airmed, and continues to look for new opportunities inside and outside of Ontario.
By the end of 2010, there had been 111 general airline companies with the general airline company business certificate.
Delta Vacations, a US-based travel company and a part of US-based airline, Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL), has announced partnerships with Air France, a France-based airline company, and Alitalia, an Italy-based airline company.
Germany airline company airberlin on Thursday said it has launched "Shape & Size", a comprehensive programme aiming to make the company profitable in the future.
Affiliated with Kayi Group, Sky Airlines is an airline company located in Antalya and established at the end of 2000.
The decision to take-off is a decision of the airline company, said
Summary: National airline company "Air Algerie" took delivery on Thursday here of a 70-seat ATR aircraft, the first of eleven aircrafts purchased to modernize its fleet.
TAM had already won this award in 2004 as the best Brazilian airline company overall.
TAM, Brazil's largest airline company, will start a daily flight to London as of October 28, landing at Heathrow's airport, the main entrance to the United Kingdom.
Malaysian airline company Air Asia indicated it will conclude the process of acquiring Indonesia's PT Air Wagon International (Awair), which has stopped operation for the last two years.
Air France-KLM is the largest airline company in the world in terms of operating revenues, and the third largest in the world (largest in Europe) in terms of revenue-passenger-kilometers.
Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL), a US-based airline company, has announced the closing of an agreement with US Airways (NYSE: LCC), a US-based airline company.
ANTALYA, Jun 14, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish airline company "Sky Airlines" has launched flights from southern province of Antalya to Kuwait.
Moncef Zouari, the General Manager of "Sevenair", said that the Tunisian airline company "Sevenair" will soon launch a new service involving two flights per week between Tunisia and Catania, Southern Italy.