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free flight

n
(Astronautics) the flight of a rocket, missile, etc, when its engine has ceased to produce thrust
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Dubai: If you're a frequent flyer of Emirates and plan on booking a ticket with just flydubai, you will earn rewards points that are also redeemable for free flights with the major airline.
The free flight ribbons system had made SMIT weaving machines stand out for years: Smart and flexible, SMIT GS980 has been designed and manufactured in Italy combining some of the most reliable SMIT features with groundbreaking function solutions that make SMIT GS980 an asset that will keep its value for a long time.
The free flight offer is available to any new and existing customers, and while you'll need to purchase your phone or tablet between 1st June 2018 and 5th July 2018, you'll have until the end of December 2018 to book your return flights.
Young fliers receive an Oman Air passport which is stamped and signed by the captain on every flight they take and will be awarded a free flight to any destination within the Oman Air network after they accumulate 10 stamps and signatures.
Once they have collected ten stamps and signatures, they will be able to claim a free flight to any destination within our network.
Several years later, Henry witnessed the arrival of a similar spectacle led by a Captain Black, offering free flights in a contest organised in aid of Eston Hospital.
Blackout dates and additional taxes and fees apply and the round-trip flight to London must be completed for the free flight to be valid.
To soften the blow of their results, anyone who gets a U grade can today claim a free flight to a plethora of European cities.
The Free Flight Loop Hook release from Winn Archery features an unobstructed hook so that loading is fast and simple.
This proposed increase in pilot authority has been termed free flight or user-preferred routing (Planzer & Jenny, 1995; Radio Technical Committee for Aeronautics, 1995; Remington, Johnston, Ruthruff, Gold, & Romera, 2000; Wickens, Mayor, Parasuraman, & McGee, 1998).
Today, with the airways more congested and planes more prone to delay, the "free flight" revolution is on hold, reports Scigliano, a senior editor at the Seattle Weekly.