arrival zone

arrival zone

In counterdrug operations, the area in or adjacent to the United States where smuggling concludes and domestic distribution begins. By air, an airstrip; by sea, an offload point on land, or transfer to small boats. See also transit zone.
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My advice is to practise fitting the baby seats before you're parked in the ambulance arrival zone, perspiring heavily and shoehorning two babies into the back of a Golf with everyone offering advice.
Other key elements of the upgrade include a new arrival zone featuring lighting that has the ability to change colour to suit client requirements, LED signage stretching the length of the zone and new sliding glass doors.
We will be providing a new arrival zone for golfers.
This new relaxing arrival zone allows travelers to let go of
The first visible design change should be made in the triage area or arrival zone, which must be spacious enough for a four-person team.
The furnishings dealer says the word "NAZI" stands for New Arrival Zone of India, but local Jewish leaders insisted the name rang of Adolf Hitler's anti-Semitic regime.
Five Star Parking Service hired 30 off-duty police officers just to open doors in the Oscars arrival zone.
This new relaxing arrival zone allows travelers to let go of their stress and enter an inviting, uplifting space that helps them stay balanced, refreshed and ready to achieve.
With a capacity of 150,000 passengers yearly, the new terminal (1,500 square meters) has high-tech equipment meeting international standards in terms of security and quality of services, a public hall, a departure area under the customs' authority with a VIP lounge and an arrival zone.
borders and in the Source, Transit and Arrival Zones.
The Cloud's BAA networks will cover all major public seating and retail areas in both departure and arrival zones.