aviatic

aviatic

(ˌeɪvɪˈætɪk)
adj
of or relating to aviation
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At the commencement of the advance severe opposition was met with at Aviatic farm and it was largely due to the capable manner in which this N.
THE DEAL: From PS185pp, including Eurostar travel, for two nights, staying at the three-star Hotel Aviatic Saint Germain (www.
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THE Edouard VII Hotel and its sister, the Aviatic Hotel, in Paris, are offering UK guests two nights for the price of one throughout August.
The festival will showcase The Gor Band, Aviatic, In Progress, Red Snow and Non-Eye, whose music ranges from folk-influenced rock to alternative and hard rock.
In the first quarter of 2005, the number of room nights booked via Utell by Pegasus increased by 33 percent, said Philippe Bourgeois, manager of the Hotel Aviatic in Paris.
Choose the three-star Aviatic Hotel near Montparnasse before June 28 for three nights and you will get two nights for the price of three (one must be a Saturday).