An AN-124 was used to airfreight the shipment between the two cities. On-carriage from Mumbai’s Chattrapathi Shivaji International Airport to destination was undertaken by DSV Air & Sea Pvt. Ltd., India, which became a wholly owned subsidiary of DSV in June last year.
Jarak antar kursi 29 inci (Wing Boarding Area) Mempersempit kursi dalam pesawat mungkin memang membuat untung maskapai, tapi tidak bagi penumpang. Bahkan dengan tubuh yang lebih besar dari standar, penumpang akan sulit masuk kedalam kursinya. Sayangnya, permasalahan penyempitan jarak kursi tersebut tidak digubris oleh Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) yang menolak terkait ukuran kursi tersebut.Baca juga: Tolak Atur Regulasi Kursi Pesawat, FAA: Kenyamanan Penumpang Bukan Masalah Keamanan FAA sebenarnya sempat diperintahkan oleh hakim di Pengadilan Banding Amerika Serikat untuk Distrik Sirkuit Columbia tahun 2017 lalu untuk menangani kasus kursi maskapai penerbangan yang jaraknya menyusut secara drastis. KabarPenumpang.com merangkum dari laman marketwatch.com (9/7/2018), FAA pada 6 Juli 2018 kemarin menanggapi perintah itu dengan memutuskan bahwa penyusutan kursi pada kenyataannya tidak mempengaruhi keamanan konsumen. Sehingga membuat FAA tidak menetapkan batas pada ruang kaki atau lebar tempat duduk penumpang. “FAA tidak memiliki bukti yang menunjukkan bahwa dimensi tempat duduk saat ini menghambat kecepatan evakuasi penumpang, atau bahwa peningkatan ukuran penumpang menciptakan masalah evakuasi. Selama evakuasi, penumpang berdiri hanya dalam beberapa detik, yang waktu kurang dari yang dibutuhkan untuk keluar darurat untuk mulai berfungsi dan untuk garis yang mulai terbentuk di lorong untuk membersihkan,” ujar juru bicara FAA.FlyersRights.org sempat mengajukan petisi pada 2017 lalu terkait ruang kaki atau jarak kursi dengan rata-rata pada penerbangan domestik 31 inci. Maskapai penerbangan ekonomi seperti Frontier dan Spirit memiliki jarak terendahyakni 28 inci dan lebar kursi pun mengalami penurunan.Mei lalu, American Airlines AAL, -8,08 persen direncanakan akan mendatangkan Boeing BA, -1,89 persen Max jetliners dengan dua inci lebih sedikit ruang kaki di pelatih 29 inci versus 31 inci, tetapi kembali mengevaluasi rencana itu pada bulan Juni untuk mempertahankan setidaknya 30 inci dari ruang untuk kaki. Selain tidak nyaman, kursi menyusut mengancam kemampuan untuk mengevakuasi pesawat dalam waktu 90 detik.“Satu-satunya cara yang mungkin adalah untuk masyarakat yang bepergian adalah dengan protes publik yang luar biasa. FAA mengatakan bahwa mereka tidak melihat bukti bahwa ukuran penumpang, usia atau kapasitas fisik mempengaruhi waktu evakuasi karena menolak melakukan pengujian yang benar-benar mencerminkan populasi penumpang saat ini dan kursi yang menyusut dan lebar lorong dengan cara yang realistis,” kata Paul Hudson, presiden FlyersRights.org.Tempat duduk yang sempit juga meningkatkan ketegangan di pesawat dan dapat mengatur panggung untuk pengalaman di atas kapal yang tidak menyenangkan, menurut Christopher Elliott, seorang advokat perjalanan konsumen dan pendiri Advokasi Konsumen Elliott. Dia menghubungkan meningkatnya jumlah perkelahian dan pertengkaran yang dipublikasikan secara besar-besaran pada penerbangan ke ketegangan yang meningkat karena ketidaknyamanan di udara.Baca juga: Terkait Masalah Seat Pitch, FAA Dipaksa Perbaharui Peraturan Penerbangan“Orang-orang memiliki lebih sedikit ruang di kursi, tempat duduk kurang nyaman dari sebelumnya, dan mereka bereaksi dengan cara yang sangat mudah diprediksi mereka panik. Ukuran kursi minimum bisa menghentikan konfrontasi di udara ini,” katanya.Mungkin masih ada kemungkinan ukuran tempat duduk akan diatasi pada tahun mendatang, namun. Inspektur Jenderal Departemen Transportasi AS Calvin Scovel mengumumkan peninjauan standar evakuasi FAA pada bulan Juni, menanggapi permintaan dari House Transportation Committee. Dia mencatat bahwa pesawat modern memiliki lebih banyak kursi, penumpang yang lebih besar dan memuat lebih banyak tas jinjing.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedTerkait Masalah Seat Pitch, FAA Dipaksa Perbaharui Peraturan Penerbangan02/10/2017In “Domestik”Tolak Atur Regulasi Kursi Pesawat, FAA: Kenyamanan Penumpang Bukan Masalah Keamanan13/07/2018In “Featured”Kisruh di Kabin, Penumpang Kursi Belakang Kesal Pukul Kursi Depan Karena Bersandar26/02/2020In “Featured”
Russell Tennis Academy (RTA) director, Richard Russell, has responded to an email request from Tennis Jamaica (TJ), outlining steps that he will take to ensure that the selection of Jamaica’s Davis Cup team to the national trials are fair and transparent.Nine players were invited to the squad earlier this year by the RTA, which signed a contract in January with the then Aswad Morgan-led TJ administration. Russell, a former Davis Cup player, told The Gleaner that he offered his services free of cost after he learned that a lack of funding had prompted the local governing body to withdraw from the 2019 Davis Cup.The final team, chosen from invitees Randy Phillips, Jacob Bicknell, Dimitri Bird, John Chin, Damion Johnson, McCoy Malcolm, Roger Lyn, Nicholas Gore, and Cliff Dwyer, was to be selected by a six-member selection committee comprising Ryan Russell, Richard Russell, Leroy Brown, Joey Chin, Nicola Bicknell, and Cecil Bird.Johnson, however, pointed out that the selection committee included the parents of three of those players.In response to the concerns that were raised, TJ president John Azar on Sunday wrote an email requesting that Russell ensure that any monetary commitment made to the association would be maintained regardless of who was named in the final team, that more players be invited to trials to ensure fairness, and that three members of the five-member committee be from TJ, with no member being either a parent or immediate family member of any player in the squad.Russell told The Gleaner yesterday that he had replied to the email yesterday stating that as long as there is no variation in the RTA’s two-year contract, funding would be assured and that an invitation to trials would be extended to as many players as possible.Russell pointed out that all Davis Cup players would be selected solely on the basis of winning at the trials.“I confirmed that there was one parent on our committee, and that’s Nicola Bicknell. The parents have nothing to do with the selection of the team because squad members are chosen based upon performance at trials,” Russell said.
Xledger will become the official sponsors of the South Stand with immediate effect with their company branding featuring at the stadium and on matchday tickets.With thousands of customers worldwide and four offices, including a UK base in central Bristol, Xledger deliver automated management solutions, hosted entirely on the cloud.Ashton Gate managing director Mark Kelly said: “We’re delighted to be in partnership Xledger; a reputable global business with strong roots in the city.“Xledger share our vision for success and understand the importance of the local community and the role sport can play. It’ll be fantastic to see their branding on the South Stand at Ashton Gate.”
Sulphur defeated Airline 43-18 on Nov. 26. Parkway swept Airline in District 1-5A play 47-39 and 74-46. Parkway, which defeated No. 22 Fontainebleau 50-43 in the first round, is taking on the District 3 champion. Sulphur has won nine in a row. The Lady Tors routed No. 27 Hammond 93-46 in the first round. The Lady Tors reached the second round last year, falling to No. 2 seed Walker. The No. 17 seed Lady Kats (15-12) host No. 1 Opelousas Northwest (28-4) in a Class 3A second-round game at 6 p.m. The No. 16 seed Lady Lions (15-14) face No. 1 North Central (19-7) in Lebeau. The No. 11 seed Lady Panthers (23-8) visit No. 6 Sulphur (27-5) in another 5A second-round game scheduled to start at 6. Benton is playing a team from District 3-5A for the second straight game. The Lady Tigers defeated No. 31 New Iberia 66-31 in the first round last Thursday. Barbe defeated New Iberia 40-39 in their district game. The Lady Bucs upset No. 15 East Ascension 52-49 in the first round. Bossier is the only team at home as the high school girls basketball playoffs resume Monday. The No. 2 seed Lady Tigers (25-5) face No. 18 Barbe (16-8) in Lake Charles in a Class 5A second-round game. Benton, Parkway and Plain Dealing are all on the road. Plain Dealing, which defeated No. 17 West St. John 54-37 in the first round, is playing the District 5-1A champion. After defeating District 3-3A member Pine Prairie, the No. 16 seed, 55-53 in the first round, Bossier is facing the 3-3A champ in the second. Northwest defeated Pine Prairie 69-30 in their district game. Northwest reached the semifinals last year, losing to eventual champion Loranger 43-42. Parkway and Sulphur have two common opponents. The Lady Panthers defeated West Monroe 62-51 on Dec. 5. The Lady Tors lost to the Lady Rebels 55-40 on Jan. 4. All seven of North Central’s losses were against Class 3A teams or above. The Lady Hurricanes received a first-round bye. North Central lost in the second round last year.Premier Diamond BoutiqueHong Kong’s first lab-grown diamond empirePremier Diamond Boutique|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoAspireAbove.comRemember Abby from NCIS? Take A Deep Breath Before You See How She Looks NowAspireAbove.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
Jordin Althaus/AMC(LOS ANGELES) — AMC has given the temporary hosting reins of Chris Hardwick’s AMC shows to actress, self-described geek, and popular Talking Dead panelist Yvette Nicole Brown.AMC annouced the news in a statement to Variety.“Yvette Nicole Brown will step in as an interim guest host of The Walking Dead Season 9 Preview Special on August 5 and Talking Dead when it returns following the premiere of Fear the Walking Deadon August 12, as we work to complete our assessment related to Chris Hardwick,” the statement read.The news comes less than two weeks after AMC announced that Brown would also serve as the moderator for the San Diego Comic-Con panels for both The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead.Hardwick stepped down from his AMC shows in June amid accusations from his ex-girlfriend, Chloe Dykstra, who accused him of abusing her during their relationship and subsequently getting her blackballed from the industry after they broke up. Hardwick has denied the allegations.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Weber earns win, hits home run for RocketsBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterSTRATFORD — Spencer scored in every inning and held off a rally from Stratford to beat the Tigers 15-9 in a nonconference game Tuesday at Hilgemann Field.Spencer (8-2) smashed 16 hits as eight of its nine starters collected at least one hit and one RBI.The Rockets led 7-0 after 2 ½ innings before Stratford (9-3) scored five times in the bottom of the third to make a game of it.Spencer pulled ahead 14-8 after scoring three times in the top of the sixth and kept the Tigers at bay.Macie Weber earned the win on the mound for the Rockets, striking out six and walking seven in seven innings. She also hit a home run and scored twice.Kallie Reckner went 4-for-4 with a double and three RBIs, Lexi Baehr added three hits and three RBIs and scored four times, and Jenna Schober had four RBIs for the Rockets.Kaylee Geiger and Sammy Kaiser each had two hits and three RBIs for Stratford.“Both teams certainly hit the ball very well tonight,” Spencer coach Jason Gorst said. “I give Stratford a lot of credit the way they battled back after being down 7-0. They are a well-coached team, and there is a good chance we will meet again (in the playoffs).“All of our girls were on a tear tonight. Kallie Reckner is really seeing the ball well right now.”Stratford hosts Auburndale, and Spencer is at Marshfield Columbus Catholic on Thursday.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)Rockets 15, Tigers 9Spencer 241 223 1 – 15 16 0Stratford 005 211 0 – 9 11 0WP: Macie Weber. LP: Lorrie Luepke.SO: Weber 6; Luepke 1. BB: Weber 7; Luepke 9.Top hitters: SP, Courtney Buss 2 runs; Weber 2×5, HR, 2 runs; Cinnamin Harwood 2×5, 2 runs; Lexi Baehr 3×4, 2B, 4 runs, 3 RBIs; Kallie Reckner 4×4, 2B, 3 runs, 3 RBIs; Jenna Schober 4 RBIs; Lindsay Vaughan 2×4. ST, Macey Kilty 2 runs; Luepke 2×3, 2B; Kaylee Geiger 2×4, 3 RBIs; Val Liccardi 2×3, 2B, 3B, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Sammy Kaiser 2×4, 2B, 3 RBIs.Records: Spencer 8-2; Stratford 9-3.
Approximately 8,000 people will travel to Geelong over the next week to take part in the 14th Australian Masters Games. Touch Football is one of 40 sports on offer at the event, with the Touch Football component of the event being held from Sunday, 6 October through to Wednesday, 9 October. The Touch Football competition will see two divisions compete – Men’s and Mixed – at King Lloyd Reserve in Geelong. To keep up-to-date with all of the latest news and results from the Australian Masters Games, please click on the link below:www.australianmastersgames.com.au. Related LinksAus Masters Games
About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Juventus striker Dybala: Liverpool and Atletico Madrid the ‘worst’by Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveJuventus striker Paulo Dybala admits winning the Champions League is their priority this season.Juventus face Atletico Madrid in the Champions League Round of 16 next month.“The Champions League is the main objective for us this season and we’ll do everything we can to win it,” said Dybala. “Atletico Madrid are, along with Liverpool, the worst side we could’ve picked in the draw.”
Early Sunday, YRB said any residents that need help could also contact them or call the RCMP.For more pictures and video of the slide, click here. UPDATE – A small number of residents living near the Peace River Lookout have been evacuated. Read more by clicking here.DAWSON CREEK, B.C. – The Peace River Regional District has opened it’s emergency operations centre after a landslide on the Old Fort Road.The landslide happened sometime overnight Saturday and has blocked the Old Fort Road and residents who live in the Old Fort from accessing Fort St. John. The Peace River Regional District says a preliminary assessment from an engineer says there is no immediate risk to the community.Road access could be limited for 1-2 days. Residents are being asked to shelter in place (stay at home) unless advised by emergency personnel. The Peace River Regional District is asking that the public stay clear of the slide area and do not cross as it is still active and continues to move.The Peace River Regional District is also asking the public to stay away from the Peace River Lookout on 265 Road (end of 100th Street). Although the landslide can be seen from the Peace River Lookout, the area is unstable and still active and those viewing the slide from this area could be putting themselves at risk. The Peace River Regional District will be putting measures in place to control and prohibit movement in this area for the safety of the public.The public needs to stay clear of the slide area and do not cross it as it is still active and continues to move.Residents requiring information or assistance may call the Peace River Regional District 250 784-3200.