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terminal

a COMPUTER input/output device linked to the computer, usually comprising a KEYBOARD and VDU (visual display unit). MAINFRAME and MINICOMPUTERS are usually capable of serving several terminals simultaneously.
Collins Dictionary of Business, 3rd ed. © 2002, 2005 C Pass, B Lowes, A Pendleton, L Chadwick, D O’Reilly and M Afferson
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It spanned 65,600 square meters and was the dedicated terminal for all international flights departing from and arriving in Cebu.
In 2018, Jazeera Airways is expected to inaugurate its own dedicated terminal at Kuwait International Airport.
Inspired by the Royal Family's dedicated terminal at Heathrow, he eventually persuaded the powers that be to allow wealthy clients to pay for the same privileges accorded Her Majesty.
In addition, more than 350,000 travellers will be connecting through Emirates' dedicated Terminal 3 facilities in the same time period, it said in a statement.
All flights from the UK to Japan are via PAL's dedicated terminal in Manila.
The dedicated terminal was dredged to 13.0 meters deep and was capable of handling ships of up to 65,000 tons, said Siddiqui.
Emirates airline last week said it has entered into an "extensive partnership" with budget carrier flydubai, also its sister company, which goes beyond code-sharing and includes "integrated network collaboration with coordinated scheduling." Emirates currently operates from its own dedicated Terminal 3 and flydubai mainly operates from Terminal 2 of Dubai International.
Muscat: A dedicated terminal for low budget airlines could be the future for the existing Muscat International Airport when the new purpose-built development opens to the public.
But the court ruled that printing a work from a dedicated terminal or copying it onto a USB flash drive means a new copy has been created and fees should be paid to the rightsholder.
Construction work on the new terminal comes after the opening of a dedicated terminal earlier this year for Emirates SkyCargo operations.
In 2009, Terminal 3 was completed, providing Etihad Airways with a dedicated terminal and a handling capacity of an additional five million passengers per year.
While teletext services were provided free of charge, and were encoded as part of regular television transmissions, Prestel data was transmitted via telephone lines to a set-top box terminal, computer, or dedicated terminal.

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