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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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The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson and Emirates Airline President Tim Clark joined Peter Hendy CBE, London's Transport Commissioner, on the first official Emirates Air Line flight recently.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson (pictured) and Emirates Airline President Tim Clark joined Peter Hendy CBE, London's Transport Commissioner, on the first official Emirates Air Line flight yesterday morning.
The Emirates Air Line will connect north and south London, travelling between two new stations set to be named Emirates Greenwich Peninsula and Emirates Royal Docks.
Look for dents and holes in the air line caused by rocks and gravel.
In practice, TRM is used for low frequencies where a very long air line is required for the line standard.
An infinite number of the air-line interfaces are available, which are mechanically and electrically compatible to the SMA interface, but a 3.2 mm air line is convenient for a Fluoroloy H-loaded cable connector and adapter because a one-piece contact can be used (this is important for high power applications).
Delta Air Lines has reached a tentative concessions agreement with its pilots which could save the airline from going into bankruptcy.
It may also mean your tractor truck has an air line with a slow leak.
Claiming that US Airways' bid for Delta Air Lines "represents a clear and present danger to the careers of all Delta employees," MEC Chairman Lee Moak told Air Line Pilots Assn.
Mesa Air Group pilots represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn.
Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines pilots have been unable to reach an agreement on the merger of their respective seniority lists, perhaps delivering the final blow to a potential combination of the carriers, Delta Air Line Pilots Assn.
The Air Line Pilots Association claims that data provided by Delta Air Lines shows that the number of passengers flying with the airline is now the same as it was before the pilots were laid off.
The pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Assn., said they should not have to make additional concessions because the company is projected to earn a $50 million profit this year.