domestic flight

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a flight that begins and ends in the same country

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NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-28 June 2002-Norwegian Air Shuttle wins state contract for domestic flights (C)1994-2002 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
4 percent of the group's all domestic flights, would have been canceled and 35 flights delayed, affecting about 11,900 passengers, according to ANA officials.
ANA experienced the same kind of problem in May last year, when 131 of its domestic flights were canceled, affecting nearly 70,000 passengers.
Fifteen carriers, including Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways, announced the figures as well as bookings for domestic flights, which fell 4.
The airline reportedly also cancelled 78 of its 163 scheduled domestic flights.
The reports by the airlines including Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA) also indicated that the growth in the number of domestic flights during the same period was weak because the season's 10th typhoon hit Japan during the peak of Japan's ''Bon'' midsummer holidays.
Japanese airlines said Wednesday they carried an average of 273,476 passengers on domestic flights each day during the year-end and New Year holiday period between Dec.
Besides domestic flights, Lambino said there would be direct flights to and from Japan, China, Taiwan, Singapore and South Korea.
The top ten cities for adults who have taken three or more leisure domestic flights is below.
63 percent were regular domestic flights, which stood at 9,167 flights.
UAE airline RAK Airways is gearing up to launch the country's first domestic flight, it has been revealed.
JAL Group, a Japanese carrier, on Tuesday announced plans to adjust its international and domestic flight frequency plans for the second half of fiscal 2011.
THE SHIFTING of domestic flight operations to Terminal 3 ( T3) may take longer than expected at the Capital's airport.
Customers will be able to purchase up to four domestic flight segments for up to six people in each transaction.
Therefore, the researchers calculate that the risk of death for any particular passenger for each nonstop domestic flight was less than 1 in 10 million.