Peter's first book, Squawk
7700, was a revealing, inside look at the regional airline and aviation industry's operating practices.
I have seen it on several occasions and on other times heard its very loud squawk
We used that photo to accompany Squawk
Box items discussing service difficulty reports on fuel lines and an electric fuel pump.
Uh-oh, I thought, as I stared at the TV camera in CNBC's studio in early October and listened to the unseen hosts of Squawk
Box speak to me from New York.
They reported on the clinical and phonopneumographic features of the inspiratory squawk
in their 14 patients (18).
Just a while ago, I was listening to an analyst over the morning call on our squawk
Thanks to some ATC workarounds, no squawk
is usually no problem.
I climbed aggressively and accelerated, while my crew started talking to the controllers, beginning with GCA (a Japanese controller) and finally Approach (a USAF controller), to explain our emergency squawk
Unfortunately discrete codes are not altogether discrete, meaning that national management is required to keep aircraft in the same area from being given the same squawk
A BUDGIE that likes to dance along with Shirley Bassey songs prefers New Squawk
to all the diva's other hits.
Some birds would squawk
if they got wind of Seattle Judge William Dwyer's decision last week.
The open source release of the versatile Java technology-based Sun SPOT platform will include hardware, software and the Squawk
After some air-carrier vectoring, Center repeated: "Cessna 106, squawk
The magnificent pounds 2,000 South American macaw kicked up such a squawk
and bit back so aggressively when the thieves tried to snatch him from his cage that they fled with nothing more than badly cut hands.
When my cancellation is acknowledged, I am told to squawk
1200 and approved to switch to CTAF.