airwise

airwise

(ˈɛəwaɪz)
adj
having skill in flying
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Airwise reported last month that the Polish government wanted to scrap a law forbidding the sale of a majority stake in the flag carrier, hoping the move would attract buyers.
Capacity is rationalized and reduced, seats are packed closer and closer together," he told airwise.
Airwise yesterday reported that six people were killed and six people were injured when a passenger aircraft crashed at Cork Airport, Ireland.
The AirWISE Community Security Center will be a great resource for security professionals who want to collaborate or find out the latest information on WLAN security issues, standards or threats," said Chris Roeckl, vice president of marketing at AirMagnet.
Rather than live in a backyard tent, consider Waterwise's Airwise Air Purifier ($449 for rooms up to 350 square feet; $549 for those up to 1,500 square feet).
TWO goals from Adam Peet could not save Airwise from crashing out of the under-18 League Cup after doubles from Joey Duncalf and Dom Gilchrist - plus one from Paul Cook - ensured Mill-stead qualified 5-2 for the final.
Now will be the time for Port Talbot to re-establish itself as a major steelmaking centre after the loss of the Number Five furnace, the replacement furnace will feature fume-arrestment equipment putting us in line with Neath and Port Talbot County Borough Council's Airwise strategy.
We are the first to offer true multi-adapter capabilities that go beyond just the data capture and push to root-cause analysis leveraging our intelligence engine, AirWISE.
According to the industry news site Airwise, the overflight payments currently cost Finnair nearly EUR30m annually.
That's when the Airwise Purifier from Waterwise comes in.
JAMES BURKE scored three as Transform (Craig Clair, Steven Peters) defeated Airwise (James Wilding 2, Duncan Barwise) 5-3 in the under-18s division.
Called the AirWISE Community, the resource resides at www.
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