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  • (Flight Charge) An extra charge for carrying items up or down flights of stairs.
  • (Flight Charge) This tells you the additional cost, if any, of a flight of stairs either at the point of origin or the destination. Please note that a third-floor walkup counts as two flights since you are starting on the first floor.
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  • Air India (??? ??????) is a state-owned flag carrier of the Republic of India. It operates a fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft serving Asia, Europe and North America. It is India's oldest and largest airline.
  • FC Air India, found in 1952, is an Indian professional football club based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. They are sponsored by Air India under the management of T.K. Singh and have enjoyed some success in the Maharashtrian Football and the NFL India. They play in the I-League and Mumbai Super Division.
  • Indian Airlines or Indian (?????? ???????? or ??????) is a major Indian airline based in Mumbai and focuses primarily on domestic routes, along with several international services to neighbouring countries in Asia.
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Brookstone Remote Control Helicopter - uControl Cloud Force
Brookstone Remote Control Helicopter - uControl Cloud Force
Brookstone Remote Control Helicopter - uControl Cloud Force. Our easiest-to-fly RC helicopter with built-in gyroscope lets you fly high, hover and bank! The rechargeable Cloud Force RC Helicopter features unique gyroscope technology for the smoothest, most stable flight experience ever. Go forward, backward, left and right. It even banks and hovers like a real helicopter! Authentic, detailed styling adds to the fun. And a multi-channel control system lets you fly up to 3 copters at once without interference. This RC copter lets you reach and maintain altitude, up to 80 feet from the remote. Test your limits and fly missions up to 80 feet away from the included remote. And dont worry if you have a bumpy landing or two. This copter includes 4 replacement blades, 1 stabilizer bar,1 landing gear, 2 tail fins, 1 tail rotor and4 connecting rods for repairs. Whisper-quiet and rechargeable. Our Cloud Force RC helicopter is rechargeable. The included remote uses 6 AA batteries (not included). Enjoy ultra-stable, easy-to-fly fun--right out of the box--with the Cloud Force RC Helicopter from Brookstone. WARNING: Ages 12 and up. This product may contain small parts which may pose a choking hazard to children. For indoor use.

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Victoria Cross winners - Leeds
Victoria Cross winners - Leeds
A memorial in Leeds city centre to Victoria Cross holders either born or buried in Leeds. I am absolutely delighted to say that this is my most viewed image on Flickr, having notched up over 1,000 views. It's not about the quality of the image, it's about the quality of the men it portrays. May they rest in peace. Arthur Louis Aaron On 12 August 1943 during a raid on Turin, Italy, Flight Sergeant Aaron's bomber was hit by gunfire ( possibly from a night fighter, but may have been friendly fire from another Stirling[1] ). The Stirling was very badly damaged; Three engines were hit, the windscreen shattered, the front and rear turrets put out of action and the elevator control damaged, causing the aircraft to become unstable and difficult to control. The navigator was killed, other members of the crew were wounded, Flight Sergeant Aaron's jaw was broken and part of his face was torn away. He had also been hit in the lung and his right arm was useless. Despite his terrible injuries he managed to level the aircraft out at 3000ft. Unable to speak, Flight Sergeant Aaron urged the bomb aimer with gestures to take over the controls. The crippled bomber made for the nearest Allied bases in North Africa. Aaron was then assisted to the rear of the aircraft and given morphia. After resting he insisted on returning to the cockpit where he was lifted back into his seat where he made a determined effort to take control and fly the aircraft although his weakness was evident and he was eventuall persuaded to desist. In great pain and suffering from exhaustion he continued to help by writing directions with his left hand. Five hours after leaving the target fuel was now low, but Bone airfield was sighted. Flight Sergeant Aaron summoned his failing strength to successfully direct the bomb aimer in belly-landing the damaged aircraft in the darkness. He died nine hours after the aircraft touched down. George Sanders George Sanders was the son of Thomas and Amy Sanders. He received his education at Little Holbeck School and after completing his time there was indentured as an apprentice fitter at the nearby Airedale Foundry. George enlisted for service on November 9th 1914 and was drafted to the 1/7th Battalion as a corporal, West Yorkshire Regiment (The Prince of Wales's Own), British Army during the First World War when the following deed took place for which he was awarded the VC.[1] On 1 July 1916 near Thiepval, France, during the Battle of the Somme, after an advance into the enemy's trenches, Corporal Sanders found himself isolated with a party of 30 men. He organised his defences, detailed a bombing party, and impressed upon the men that his and their duty was to hold the position at all costs. Next morning he drove off an attack by the enemy, rescuing some prisoners who had fallen into their hands. Later two bombing attacks were driven off, and he was finally relieved after 36 hours. All this time his party had been without food and water, having given their water to the wounded during the first night. After receiving his Victoria Cross, 18 November 1916 at Buckingham Palace, from the King, he returned to the front. April 1918: The Germans launched their "Spring Offensive". Sanders unit, the West Yorks, were at Mount Kemmel. Heavy fighting ensued and acting Captain Sanders was awarded the Military Cross. He was taken prisoner of war (POW) on 25 April and listed as wounded and missing with injuries to both his right arm and leg, last seen carrying his revolver in his left hand. Sanders was interned at the Limburg POW camp. In July he managed to get a letter to his father telling of his capture and captivity. On 26 December Captain Sanders was sent back to England, and he was discharged March 1919. After the war he attended a victory party (June 1920) and a Victory Cross reunion dinner on the tenth anniversary of the end of the war (November 1929) both at Buckingham Palace. George Sanders VC MC died in Leeds on April 4th 1950 aged 56. His funeral was held at the Cottingley Crematorium in the city. It is believed that George's son Kenneth Sanders still lives in Leeds and retains his fathers Military Cross and Victoria Cross.[1] David Philip Hirsch He was 20 years old, and an Acting Captain in the 4th Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own), British Army during the First World War when the following deed took place for which he was awarded the VC. On 23 April 1917 near Wancourt, France, during an attack, Captain Hirsch having arrived at the first objective, although wounded, returned over fire-swept slopes to satisfy himself that the defensive flank was being established. Machine-gun fire was so intense that it was necessary for him to be continuously up and down the line encouraging and steadying his men. He stood on the parapet, in the face of machine-gun fire and counter-attack, until he was killed. Edward McKenna He was 36 years old, and a colour-sergeant in the 65th Regim
{146} WWII One Teenager's Experience From Outbreak to End
{146} WWII One Teenager's Experience From Outbreak to End
My grandad has gone to considerable effort to type up an account of his WWII experience. I'm extremely grateful to have this account and so proud of him that I wanted to share (with his permission, of course). WW 2 A Teenager At The Outbreak, 3rd September 1939 Irvine Brook lived at Dunford Road Holmfirth. Left Nab School 1937, aged 14 and started work as an apprentice at the then electricity works at Crown Bottom (now car park). Was at home 3rd September 1939 when war was declared. Well remember my Mother saying “O-God”. I was aged 16. Joined the ATC with many others. The H/Q were at the top of Bridge Lane Holmfirth. The ATC.(Air training Cadets), Fire watching at the electricity works. ARP(Air Raid Precautions). Duties, Saturday night dancing at the Con. Club (now Bridge Hotel) occupied most of my leisure time. 1941, Many of my mates were being “ called up ”. Most went in the Army,1 or 2 Navy, a few RAF . I didn’t want to be sent in the Army and I didn’t want the Navy. I wanted to be a ”Glamour Boy Fighter Pilot” in the RAF shooting down German Bomber Planes!!!. So I volunteered for RAF aircrew. After a medical test and a bit of a general test I was in, but told to wait for “call up.” It seemed ages waiting, but in June 1942 I was told to report to Air Crew Recruiting Centre London.. Life in the RAF was starting for me. First 3 months square bashing drilling and being shouted at. We even marched to our meals, at the London Zoo!! I also remember marching to Lords cricket ground for lectures etc. in the hallowed pavilion. On a recent visit to Lords I noticed a plaque had been on the pavilion wall commemorating all the aircrew that had passed through the famous cricket field. 14th August1942. Sent to Initial Training Wing at St. Andrews Scotland for 3 months. More square bashing, PT, but most of the day was in the University Buildings learning about Air Navigation, meteorology, signals, Morse code and theory of flight and aircraft recognition. Now I thought this was getting a bit nearer something to do with flying! We were billeted in that famous hotel on the front-I forget the name. We also played putting on the famous golf course, in our RAF footwear. Sacrilege!! But there was a war on. Passed the exams and tests, promoted to Leading Air Craftsman!! Given a white flash to wear in my cap to signify u/t aircrew - now I was getting somewhere! 21st November1942. Posted to Perth Scotland for flying experience in a Tiger Moth. This was to see if you went green, sick, or passed out I suppose. BUT it was flying! My first ever. Not a Spitfire, but a start.10 hrs. flying in total, all with instructor of course. Came out ok, but my report said I tended to fly with my mouth open! Tiger Moths were an open cockpit and it was damned cold anyway. Stayed 2 weeks at Perth, then went home on a bit of leave. 14th Feb.1943. Posted to Heaton Park, Manchester. Waiting to go overseas for air crew training under the Empire AIR Training Scheme. It was here where one was told if you were selected for training as Pilot, Navigator W/Opp,Bomb aimer or Air Gunner. Of course all wanted Pilot Training! I got my wish- PILOT training, not Fighters, but Bombers!! Time dragged at Heaton Park waiting for the posting to overseas It was not known at the time where to. It could have been Canada, Bahamas, Rhodesia as all were members of the Empire Air Training Scheme. It turned out to be Canada for me. What a thrill!. Like thousands of other men during the war, I had never been for from home, and certainly not abroad. Heaton Park, Manchester was near home so I managed to get home pretty often for the odd day or week-end. My Parents were always glad to see me. I was always glad for some home cooked food even with food rationed as it was. I also had a girl friend who lived at Wooldale. She was mad on dancing at the Con. Club. I went, but I was a shy lad with girls I think! I thought wait ’til .I get my Wings!! I walked her home to Wooldale in the blackout when the dance had finished and then had to walk all the way back home! Sometimes I stayed the night when it was raining. I’m sorry to say the girl died a year or so later. 21st May 1943 Movement at last. Boarded the liner QE1 for Canada, along with 3000 other airmen! Took 7 days to get there. The ship zig-zagged all over the Atlantic to avoid u-boats. This and it’s speed got us there safely. Airmen were sleeping all over the place, on decks, down corridors, dining rooms (sorry – mess decks!). My memory of this trip was of the freshly baked pure white bread baked on board. Sheer luxury to what we endured back home. 29th May 1943 Travelled by train from East coast Canada to Elementary Flying Training School in Manitoba where we were taught to fly Tiger Moth aircraft. Manitoba is all prairies, flat as a penny, hot in summer very cold in winter. Roads travel North & south only, easy to navigate by and map read. I was based here for nearly 2 mont

air india flight charges
air india flight charges
Samsung Flight II A927 Combo Rapid Car Charger + USB Data Charge Sync Cable for Samsung Flight II A927
Combo Includes 1 x New Premium Power Car Charger with Smart IC Chip 1 x New USB Data Charge Sync Cable New Premium Power Car Charger with Smart IC Chip Recharge on the go by harnessing power from your car with a cigarette lighter adapter. Phone can be used during charging. Intelligent IC chips prevent overcharging. Short circuit protection. LED charging indicator. New USB Data Charge Sync Cable Brand new Non-OEM USB Data Cable. Connect your cell phone with your PC/Laptop by the USB port. Allow to manage & backup your phonebook, and change ring tones/logo etc. Allow you access your contacts, PC data, the Internet and e-mail. 2in1 feature charge and sync your phone at the same time. Phone and software features are limited to the phone's capability and the service provider's default settings. Charging feature may not work on all models. Please consult with your phone's user manual and your service provider for the availability of these features. Drivers, software and technical support are not included. It is buyer's responsibility to determine the required software for certain functions and obtain it independently.

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