"takeoff" Spanish translation
Current competition is based on price, take-off times and service on board.
We want some take-off from the Commission, not just cruising along.
Around 75 % of aircraft are involved in accidents during approach, landing or take-off.
The takeoff or landing of one Chapter 2 aircraft takes up the noise space of five comparable Chapter 3 aircraft.
It is vital that this be done by as efficient as possible a system of allocating takeoff and landing rights on overloaded airports.
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Usage examples for "takeoff" in Spanish
Take-off and landing times are also of considerable economic importance for air carriers.
In my opinion, the requirement by airlines for the declaration to be made prior to take-off is only reasonable.
This weakness has not been totally surmounted, but it has at least been assuaged by means of a helpful take-off programme.
A slot only entitles carriers to use airport facilities for takeoffs and landings at specified dates and times.
Madam President, the elimination of internal frontiers resulting from the single European market as of 1992 marked the take-off of the Community transit problem.
With these aid measures, the reconstruction in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia could be ready for take-off if the conditions demanded by Parliament were really enforced.
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