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.
What you need is hard evidence, sufficient evidence to the requisite high standard of proof is required." Reported by Airwise. Thu, Jun 6, 2013 AirGuideOnline ISSN 1544-3760
"Capacity is rationalized and reduced, seats are packed closer and closer together," he told airwise.com.
(204) United Airlines Sees Profit Above Expectations, AIRWISE.COM, (July 24, 2006), http://news.airwise.com/story/view/1153745462.html.
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.
At Munich the company will be demonstrating its new performance-based maintenance system called Airwise.
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).
(154.) Air France KLM Sees Additional Savings, AIRWISE NEWS, Oct.
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.
* The paper speculated that "most news gabbers" would have to go back to their typewriters or "peddle stuff on the hoof instead of airwise" once folks were no longer glued to their radios.
"DAHL Plane Hit by Missile in Iraq." Airwise News, 22 November 2003.
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