departure time

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Noun1.departure time - the time at which a public conveyance is scheduled to depart from a given point of origin
point in time, point - an instant of time; "at that point I had to leave"
checkout time, checkout - the latest time for vacating a hotel room; "the checkout here is 12 noon"
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To lower the risk of crashing the UAV in both takeoff time and during flight, XEagle offers a worry-free crash prevention solution by installing four layers of protection.
The statement emphasized that the control tower at Khartoum airport did not inform their peers in Saudi Arabia of the plane's takeoff time or when it was expected to enter Saudi airspace "in accordance with international norms".
All told, we were holding short for just over 10 minutes, not an uncommon experience when your takeoff time coincides with the return of all the aircraft from the first cycle of the day.
Moscow time, to dock with the ISS in just six hours after the takeoff time, approximately at 8:12 p.
Other amendments that address issues that have long been a bugbear to passengers include the right to use the return part of round-trip ticket without having used the outbound; where a name is incorrectly spelled on a ticket it must be amended free of charge; and an explanation for any delay must be issued no later than 30 minutes after the aircraft's scheduled takeoff time.
She explained that after several attempts by the pilot to balance the aircraft in the air, the pilot decided to make an emergency landing which she said he made after twenty five minutes from takeoff time.
In order to calculate the time it took for the athlete to get off the ground, start time and takeoff time were identified.
SpiceJet denied him entry on Sunday because he arrived 40 minutes before the scheduled takeoff time of 9.
Accounts indicate there was tension around takeoff time between two female passengers about overhead bin space, which led to an accidentally bumped head for the veteran flight attendant.
Moreover, flight schedules for the extra flights approved by the Chinese regular all feature takeoff time at wee hours, in sharp contrast with optimal time pledged by Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA), making it very difficult for Taiwanese airlines to solicit passengers.
14 "due to unforeseen complications with landing and takeoff time slots" at EWR.
Conventional aircraft do not have this long takeoff time, so any structural problems are not exacerbated.