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prime

(prīm) [L. primus, first]
1. The period of greatest health and strength.
2. To give an initial treatment in preparation for either a larger dose of the same medicine, or a different medicine.
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HPE Primera leverages HPE's unique Intelligent Data Platform to deliver unmatched simplicity, availability, and performance for mission-critical applications, so businesses can focus on harnessing data to drive their business forward."
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Last summer, Primera Air announced that it would begin flying across the Atlantic with fares starting at just $99 one-way.
A Birmingham Airport spokesperson said: "Birmingham Airport is extremely disappointed that Primera Air has ceased flying.
Norwegian is offering repatriation fares at half-price for Primera passengers until October 14.
has numerous operation from "Primera Air is not covered by the UK Civil Aviation Authority's ATOL protection spokesperson scheme as the airline is not registered in the UK.
The move by Primera, which started in 2003 in Iceland and famously flew across the Atlantic for under $100, sent travel companies scrambling for alternative flights for customers.
"On this sad day we are saying Goodbye to all of you," Primera Air said in a statement on its website on Tuesday.
Primera said the decision to end services was based on a capacity reduction.
Primera Air said in a statement: "Unfortunately, Primera Air has not seen the demand required on its short-haul winter schedule to make operating from Birmingham Airport commercially viable for the business.