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Lax International Flight Schedule
- a flight that takes off in one country and lands in another
- A flight between two or more countries.
- Flying abroad is not difficult as one just need to select the destination and search the flight with the help of internet. There are various travel portals which offer very good services on web.
- Make arrangements for (someone or something) to do something
- Arrange or plan (an event) to take place at a particular time
- agenda: a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to
- an ordered list of times at which things are planned to occur
- plan for an activity or event; "I've scheduled a concert next week"
- Not sufficiently strict or severe
- pronounced with muscles of the tongue and jaw relatively relaxed (e.g., the vowel sound in `bet')
- (of the limbs or muscles) Relaxed
- lacking in strength or firmness or resilience; "a lax rope"; "a limp handshake"
- lacking in rigor or strictness; "such lax and slipshod ways are no longer acceptable"; "lax in attending classes"; "slack in maintaining discipline"
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Absolutely Organized: A Mom's Guide to a No-Stress Schedule and Clutter-Free Home
"There is a place for everything, and when everything is in its place, life runs a lot smoother." That's Debbie Lillard's motto, and in "Absolutely Organized" she gives readers the answers they need to organise their homes and ultimately their lives.Targeted at mums with busy schedules, this book offers essential organising and scheduling advice. From organising paperwork and children's memorabilia to completely overhauling the home, this book has it all. Mothers at any stage will find helpful suggestions for establishing daily routines, from keeping a newborn on a set schedule to teaching school children responsibility and helping teens become self-sufficient.Working from the ground up, the book addresses how to change an organisational structure to correlate to a family's specific needs and contains sections on how to start the organising process and how to maintain the order.
Greetings from Down Under
A letter from Tom Stretz Musique Sur La Mer Youth Symphony Orchestra, a part of the Youth Center’s Music Program, left for a 19-day performance tour of Australia and New Zealand. This is the first of a series of reports from the tour. Because of graduation and other prior commitments it was necessary that the traveling group of 59 musicians and chaperones travel on different dates. The first group left LAX on the evening of June 18th with the second group traveling on the 19th. The trip began with crisis. Following a 12-hour flight (and the loss of a day due to crossing the International Date Line) from LAX to Auckland, New Zealand orchestra founder and director Marcy Sudock suffered a heart attack prior to boarding a plane to Sydney, Australia. Emergency personnel were quickly on scene and rushed her to the hospital. Marcy’s husband, Mark, stayed with her while the balance of the group flew on to Australia. Later that evening we learned that while suffering some heart damage, Marcy was in good condition and resting comfortably. After arriving in Sydney the balance of the day was spent getting settled into accommodations. The students were matched with home-stay families from the local area while the adults checked into a comfortable apartment-hotel in the downtown area. Everyone forced themselves to stay awake until 9 p.m. so as to get acclimated to the time change. During their first free day in Sydney, the first group had a free day in Sydney that included shopping in the downtown area, a visit to enormous Paddy’s Market, a ride on the Monorail circling the inner city and a stroll along Cockle Bay in Darling Harbour. Later that day the 2nd group arrived. The following day, (our Monday, your Sunday…19 hour time difference) was scheduled for a performance at the celebrated Sydney Opera House. We arrived there about 8:30 a.m. for a program that was to begin at 11:30 a.m., cleared security and were taken to the Green Room and our dressing rooms. Because Marcy was still in a New Zealand hospital, the director of Australian National Army Band, Major Peter O’Connor, graciously stepped in to lead our orchestra. While waiting for rehearsal, kids roamed the spacious Green Room, played pool, ate snacks and tuned their instruments. From their demeanor it was obvious that they were anxious to be playing in such a famous setting in front of a sold-out crowd of 2,900 led by a director they had never followed! The rehearsal began on stage at 10:00 a.m. and as the young performers entered their eyes became large while gasps of amazement at the beauty and spaciousness could be heard. Major O’Connor immediately put the musicians at ease, he himself being without the benefit of sheet music necessary to conduct the orchestra. Rehearsal went well and the group was sent back to the Green Room to wait for their call from the Stage Manager which came at noon. Members of Musique Sur La Mer, boys dressed in tuxedos & girls in black gowns, was the second of three groups performing. They quickly took their positions on stage and at 12:15 p.m. and began a moving 45 minute program to a hush-filled Sydney Opera House. The program consisted of the Waltz from the Ballet of Sleeping Beauty, Deadman’s Chest from Pirates of the Caribbean, Selections from Phantom of the Opera and a breathtaking Irish Legend featuring Sam Lorenzini on violin and Katia Richter on viola. At the end of the performance the audience saluted the orchestra with a sustained standing ovation and screams for more! Emotionally exhausted, the balance of the day was spent recalling the successes of the day, sharing experiences of the performance and learning that Marcy Sudock would be released from the hospital and meeting up with the group the next day. (The attached picture is of the members of Musique Sur La Mer following their performance at the Sydney Opera House.)
Singapore airlines SQ 006 & SQ 030 (9V-SPK & 9V-SPL)
SQ 006 & SQ 030. Singapore Airlines Flight 006 was a scheduled flight from Singapore Changi Airport to Los Angeles International Airport via Chiang Kai-Shek Airport (now Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport) in Taiwan, Republic of China. On 31 October 2000, at 15:17 UTC, 23:17 Taipei local time, a Boeing 747-412 on the route attempted to take off from the wrong runway in Taipei during a typhoon, destroying the aircraft and killing 83 of the 179 occupants. SQ006 was the first fatal crash of a Singapore Airlines aircraft; prior to the SQ006 crash, the sole fatal incident involving SIA was the crash of SilkAir Flight 185, operated by subsidiary SilkAir. After the release of the ASC report, Republic of China public prosecutors called upon the flight crew of SQ006 to return to the ROC for questioning and the three-member crew complied. Rumours abounded during that period that the pilots might be detained in the ROC and charged with negligence. IFALPA had previously stated that it would advise its members of the difficulties of operating into the ROC if the flight crew of SQ006 were prosecuted. The prosecutors did not press charges and the flight crew were allowed to leave the ROC. Singapore Airlines changed the flight route designation to SQ030 immediately after the incident, and then later to SQ028. The TPE-LAX route was operated by Boeing 777 aircraft until 1 October 2008, when the airline terminated all flights on this route. The accident aircraft 9V-SPK was painted in Singapore Airlines special promotion livery, a scheme called "Tropical," at the time of the accident. The special livery was intended to promote Singapore Airlines' new first class and new business class seatings. After the accident, 9V-SPK's sister aircraft, 9V-SPL, the only other aircraft painted with the promotional livery, was immediately repainted with standard Singapore Airlines livery. No special colourful livery has been introduced on any Singapore Airlines's aircraft since the accident. Dozens of survivors and relatives of those killed filed lawsuits against the airline and Taiwanese authorities. Singapore Airlines denied culpability and the pilot and co-pilot were subsequently fired by the airline,
lax international flight schedule
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