Normally the pilot of a hang-glider will run down a slope and lift off nicely because of the speed of the air-flow over the wings. Once in the air, a hang-glider pilot will use the upward draft caused by wind blowing against a large hill/mountain or by skillfully circling in a thermal.
The liquids and solids go into a holding tank and are pumped out when the plane is on the ground, usually while the plane is refueling.
Restrooms in airplanes use either a closed waste system or the vacuum waste system. Both methods bring the waste into a storage tank on board the plane which is then emptied into a tanker truck while on the ground.
usually drop zones highest drop height is 14000ft but some go up to 16500ft like one in New Zealand named Skydive Abel Tasman
it depends , they might consider it a weapon
Yep. After about 34 weeks, however, most airlines won't let you travel just because you're nearing your due date and they're not equipped to manage ladies in labor. ;) So go ahead and do your jet-setting now. I think the above answerer means UNTIL 34 weeks.
a business's a airline is when a a airplane is called a name
AN AIRLINE IS A BUSINESS THAT PROVIDES TIMETABLED AIR/FLIGHTS FOR PASSENGERS OR CARGO
Yes, but they still have to meet all the other requirements for carry-on. If there is liquid, it has to be under 3 ounces, and capable of being removed from the packaging for inspection. If is a sweater or something that obviously no sort of "threat", you are probably totally safe, but if it is electronics or something of that sort, there is a small possibility of them wanting to unwrap it to check it out. It may be better off sticking with gift bags for those types of gifts.
The flight time to Hawaii will depend on the departure state. The flight time from Kansas to Hawaii is an estimated 8 hours and 2 minutes.
Airline travel is the safest form of travel in the World, believe it or not, it is safer than driving a car.
Aplane takes off every 3 seconds around the World, and there are only about 5 or 6 plane crashes IN A YEAR! that just shows how safe it is.
Cars on the other hand crash hundreds of times a day leat alone a year! Think about the ratio, and you will realise that Flying is soo much safer.
As of 23 February 2010:
SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) flies from directly to Copenhagen from:
- Seattle Washington
- Chicago O'Hare
- Washington Dulles
Delta Airlines flies directly to Copenhagen from:
- New York JFK (from May 28 2010)
- San Francisco
Continental flies directly to Copenhagen from:
While not in the USA:
Air Canada flies directly to Copenhagen from:
- Toronto (from June 25 2010)
A random search Edinburgh (EDI) to Larnaca (LCA) shows: OPTION 1: 07hr 25min
EDI - LHR BMI British Midland Airways Flt 51 Dep 06:30am 05Jun,Fri
LHR - LCA Cyprus Airways Flt 327 Dep 09:30am 05Jun,Fri
Flight Duration: 5hr 55min; Layover Time: 1hr 30min; Total Trip Time: 7hr 25min
1-way Economy Fare US$347.oo + Taxes & Fees US$97 OPTION 2: 08hr 00min
EDI - LHR BMI British Midland Airways Flt 63 Dep 18:25hrs 29May,Fri
LHR - LCA Cyprus Airways Flt 333 Dep 22:00hrs 29May,Fri
1-way Economy fare (incl. taxes & fees) GBP 301.30
Yes you can take it on an airplane but you have to keep it switched off.
You can use your phone only during take off and during landing. During the flight itself, you are not allowed to use your cell phone.
Yes, but they usually ask you to turn them off during at least take off and landing (possibly the rest of the flight, I can't remember).
The distance between the above places is 501 miles. This distance is point to point straight distance. The actual distance may vary according to the flight path chosen. Also this is not the airport to airport precise distance.
Yeah, because when your born in a country you need to be acquired with a passport if you wish to leave the country, the reasons why is to stop kidnapping.
paul cornu used sticks a 24 power engine and other proucts
United Airlines Flight 93 was a Boeing 757.
It takes approximately 3hours.
The aeroplane has evolved more slimmer, streamlined and aerodynamical.
The first powered, manned flight was completed by one of the many airships built in the 1800's.
The first powered, manned Heavier than air flight was completed by Clement Ader in 1890. He flew a short distance from level ground without assistance in the Eole, sponsored by the French Army.
The requirements for the Hajj tour operator are;
1. A registered travel agency which has an IATA MEMBERSHIP.
2.A bank account in U$ dollars.
3. A tax clearance from your home country.
4. Curriculum Vitae.
5.Letter from an organization testifying that you are worthy of obtaining a licence
6. You must apply in person at the Ministry of hajj in Makkah.
7.If approval is obtained then The Muassah (the MUTAWIFEEN) will take over and issue bar code for the number of pilgrims you intend to bring. This will be done through signing contracts with Hotels in Makkah and Medina during Ramadan up to Shawwal.
Not always, but sometimes. Wine bottles are pretty much OK. Jars of jelly have been ok for me. The more air, the more the chance of bursting. Sometimes bottles leaked around seals without breaking the glass. I try to remember to put glass items into a gallon zip lock bag in my suitcase.
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Yes, you can. I have taken my camera on the plane before. But I don't think it is allowed to use it at taking-off or landing. You can use your camera during the flight, though.