major fleet

major fleet

A principal, permanent subdivision of the operating forces of the Navy with certain supporting shore activities. Presently there are two such fleets: the Pacific Fleet and the Atlantic Fleet. See also fleet.
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Looking ahead, we expect another strong result in the third quarter." "As a result of our deleveraging strategy following last year's major fleet acquisition, we have met our leverage target a year ahead of schedule," said Barrington.
The aircraft delivery is part of a major fleet development project, which will see the airline receive a total of 12 Airbus A320neo planes by the end of 2023.
FMG works with major private and public sector fleets, leading leasing companies and major fleet insurers, to streamline the incident management process.
This delivery is part of a major fleet development project, which will see the airline receive a total of 12 Airbus A320neo aircraft by the end of 2023, said the statement from Gulf Air.
Early interest in the program has already garnered the attention of major fleet management firms, beverage manufacturers, large-scale manufacturing and consumer/wearables companies.
Earlier last year, Gulf Air received five Boeing 787-900 Dreamliner aircraft as it continues its major fleet development project which will see by end of 2023 a total of 39 new aircraft: 10 Boeing 787-900 Dreamliner, 12 Airbus A320neo and 17 Airbus A321neo aircraft.
In addition to the normal challenges of hosting a major fleet exercise, NAVSUP FLC Yokosuka Site Marianas, Naval Base Guam and other commands overcame the effects of Typhoon Mangkhut.
The model was developed exclusively for a major fleet customer.
"We have won major fleet deals in Algeria, Saudi Arabia, and Morocco.
Kim attributed CV's healthy export record to two factors, adding: "We have won major fleet deals in Algeria, Saudi Arabia, and Morocco.
"SpiceJet is on the path of a major fleet expansion which means new routes and destinations for our customers.
The extra help is needed in "bridging the gap" ahead of a major fleet expansion, UPS said in a statement.