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From his bed of suffering, the dying missionary could contemplate that fiery crater from which a thousand jets of dazzling flame were that moment escaping.
Jet Airways will expand its international network this month to Bangkok, with flights to the US set to commence later this year.
Sambruna and her colleagues calculate that each jet moves at 99.
New digital flight controls and displays make it apparent that this jet is not like the "muscle car" they flew previously.
1 million it costs to purchase a Cessna CJI, the least expensive jet currently available.
Klass noted that demand for ink jet and digital-printing papers is growing rapidly as color ink jet printers become the dominant printers in both homes and offices.
The total number of corporate jet operators worldwide also rose in 2003 by about 4.
Joe Ruggless and Matt Swain, aerospace engineers at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company-Palmdale, put their talents to work for the Discovery Channel show to turn a 2003 Toyota Celica into a jet car in less than a week.
Among the different options that have been tried are topical and apneic anesthesia, diffusion respiration, spontaneous respiration, laser-shielded endotracheal intubation, and sub- and supraglottic jet ventilation.
For good reasons we're not sure of," says Kousky, it all began with the jet stream, a band of high-speed air currents originating above the Pacific Ocean.
com, the award winning jet charter company whose online technology has been matching jet availabilities with customers trip requests for more than eight years, today announced the implementation of the newest version of its Logistics software package.
Jet Airways already flies to Britain, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Colombo and Kathmandu.