Runway


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Runway

A slang term for the amount of time before a project, report, or anything else must be completed. That is, a runway is the length of time until a deadline. See also: Drop-dead date.
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The erstwhile Department of Transportation and Communications in 2015 abandoned a plan for a third runway, which would have been parallel to Naia's primary facility.
The chairman of environmental group GACC (Gatwick Area Conservation Campaign) fears obstacles to using the emergency runway as a second runway could be overcome -- and that would mean more noise for people living in places to the north of the airport, such asHorley.
In the event of a runway incident or accident, the system provides runway footage for post-event investigation and analysis.
One reason you might need to circle back to Runway 26 on this Runway 26 approach instead of landing straight in is that the minimums leave you too high for a straight-in landing as required by [section]91.
2 million the grant will fund the rehabilitation to Runway 8/26 to maintain the structural integrity of the pavement and to minimize debris on the runway.
Our mistaken runway call on approach at Driggs was the first time I've ever seen a runway designation change at a familiar airport.
Before the latest project, PHX had already installed LED runway guide lights, amber flashing lights and illuminated signage on 08/26--which, at 11,490x150ft (3,502x45.
In other news, the guest judges in "Project Runway" Season 15 include "Quantico" star Priyanka Chopra, "The Vampire Diaries" alum Nina Dobrev, "Hart of Dixie" alum Jaime King, "Girl Meets World" star Sabrina Carpenter, "Today" anchor Savannah Guthrie, "Project Runway Junior" judge Kelly Osbourne, Marie Claire editor-in-chief Anne Fulenwider and more, according to (http://www.
Over the past 50 years the runway has handled in excess of 3.
Among these statistics, runway incursions are the most prominent, which are incidents where a takeoff or landing aircraft is threatened by an unauthorized aircraft, vehicle, or person on a runway.
The plan at Gatwick is for a new runway to the south of the existing one.
Venugopal was quoted as saying that there was no safety threat to the runway and that Rs30 million would be spent on immediate repair requirements for the runway.