route capacity


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route capacity

1. The maximum traffic flow of vehicles in one direction at the most restricted point on the route.
2. The maximum number of metric tons which can be moved in one direction over a particular route in one hour. It is the product of the maximum traffic flow and the average payload of the vehicles using the route. See also railway line capacity.
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Configured with 209 seats, the first aircraft will support the need for increasing the airline's route capacity during the winter season 2017/2018, with the second aircraft being planned for delivery to support the summer season of 2018.
There is also potential for existing airlines such as Flybe and Vueling, to increase their route capacity.
This extra frequency will increase the route capacity by a significant 33 per cent, enabling us to boost the flow of trade and tourism to our famous archipelago, thereby fulfilling one of our main goals as the national airline.
Replacing the existing Boeing 777-300ER used on this route, the A380 will serve the strong customer demand and restore route capacity following United Airlines' withdrawal from the Washington DC -- Dubai route.
Called a 'GRIP 2 Feasibility Study', the Network Rail study will focus on: Establishing route capacity for the |extra services given the existing/ planned freight operation on this stretch of railway and the East Coast Main Line.
However, in its submission, Jet Airways argued that despite the possibility of subsidies for the new domestic routes, the policy requirement to deploy 100% of trunk route capacity on regional routes could cause overcapacity and hence should be should be reduced to 50%.
Dubai: New route capacity and a runway closure at Dubai International saw a spike in passenger numbers at Sharjah International Airport in the second quarter.
Travel Business Review-November 27, 2012--Emirates Expands Glasgow to Dubai Route Capacity with Boeing 777 Aircraft(C)2012] ENPublishing - http://www.
With slowing demand and rising fuel putting a damper on revenue, today's smart air carriers are adding fuel-efficient freighters and optimizing route capacity to prepare for the inevitable global upswing.
5%, which was affected primarily by increased regional route capacity.
Infrastructure works for improved access have been completed and plans for a new terminal to increase flight route capacity are underway.
MERA Systems' next generation MVTS II (MERA VoIP Transit Softswitch II) will reportedly support sophisticated routing capabilities, including various options for a carrier to send requests to ENUM registries, analyze the responses and use information received to take optimal routing decisions for each call, based on cost, quality, Inter/Intrastate routing options, route capacity, gateway and route load, and other parameters.