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International Flight Arrival Times
- 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.
- a flight that takes off in one country and lands in another
- A flight between two or more countries.
- (arrival time) Time of arrival, usually of the first wave, of the first wave of the tsunami at a particular location.
- (arrival time) the time at which a public conveyance is scheduled to arrive at a given destination
- (Arrival time) Time of Arrival (TOA or ToA), also named Time of flight (ToF), which both means the travel time of a radio signal from a single transmitter to a remote single receiver.
international flight arrival times - The birds
The birds of Canada: with descriptions of their habits, food, nests, eggs, times of arrival and departure
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Arrivals, Narita, Japan
Arrival screen in terminal 2 at Narita Airport outside Tokyo. Notice all of the Delta flights. United/Continental has nearly as many -- mostly from terminal 1. How two US airlines were able to establish such a huge presence in Japan goes back to Japanese reconstruction at the end of World War Two. Northwest Orient and Pan Am were the original beneficiaries, and US airlines would eventually account for half of all international traffic into and out of Tokyo. Pan Am's Pacific routes were bought by United in 1985. Northwest was absorbed by Delta in 2009. Janglish alert! Sweatshirt seen on pretty teenager: “Sexy Girl Welcomes. For You the Music is Snatch” Mulling that over, I remember these are the people who brought us indoor fishing and meat-flavored ice cream. In a shop I peruse the choice of notepads. One spiral bound pad features the graphic of an elephant. Next to the elephant it says: “What Lovely Friends. They Will Bring Happy Day For You.” I’m thankful for the sentiment, but in my guise as air travel journalist I obviously require something more masculine and businesslike. The one I buy is a college-ruled hundred pager. It’s a serious-looking book, and on the cover, in block letters, it says: “Private and Official Time For Sensuous People” Walking through Narita Airport is like being inside a giant Japanese pachinko machine. The building is spacious and immaculate, but the clutter of lights, shops, signs and displays brings on a kind of electronic claustrophobia. And there’s something about Japanese architecture -- a style that splits the difference between modernist and sci-fi…. Maybe it’s the Gen-Xer in me -- too many Saturday afternoon monster movies in the ‘70s -- but I’m waiting to hear a crash and that rusty-throated bellow of Godzilla.
from vancouver with love
Yesterday was a busy busy day, even with Mika and I opting to skip our early morning bike ride in favour of sleeping in (too many delights were being enjoyed with Lars/Sarah Sat night to get up early Sunday). After we got up, we rolled downtown to meet up with my parents who were in transit back from Parkland to Dawson Creek for a delightful brunch buffet at the Griffons Restaurant in the Hotel Vancouver. After that, we lounged around the Pacific Center Plaza for a little bit before making our way back to YVR for some green tea (macha) latte's in the observation deck before bidding Adieu to my parents. Then Mika and I went downtown to Capers to score some of our favorite soaps before heading back to YVR for these sunset photos that I'd been wanting to shoot for a long, long time. Eventually we made it home for a wonderful sleep, many hours after our departure. More to follow.