Athens International (Eleftherios Venizelos), Athens, Greece: June 16-17, taking off
Air force spokesman Nopadol Boonman said the Lear jet crashed while taking off
from the air base in Ta-klee district, Nakhon Sawan Province, around 200 kilometers north of Bangkok, killing two pilots, an engineer, a navigator and three photographers.
It is not safe to have helicopters taking off
This was presumably the same self-conscious barrier that had spared the man taking off
his shirt or the woman pulling on her girdle, from an awareness of being watched.
Unfortunately a growing number of houses are taking off
too, with homes exploding as their owners bungle attempts to deep-fry the bird for a Cajun version of the traditional meal.
In both games the highly-rated dug-out tactician responded by taking off
defenders and sacrificing width in order to bring on extra attackers.
ADVENTURER David Hempleman-Adams has been forced to abandon his bid to cross the Atlantic Ocean in a hot air balloon less than a day- and a - half after taking off
A company director and former pilot who had travelled from Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire said the sight of the planes taking off
45: An American Airlines Boeing 767, hijacked shortly after taking off
from Boston for Los Angeles, flown into one of the twin towers of the World Trade Centre.
Stansfield Turner was in critical condition after his wife and three others were killed when a plane crashed into a home shortly after taking off
in the Costa Rican capital, reports AP (January 16, 2000).
Bring your own bag' has been slow in taking off
," says Ruth Becker, PRC's executive director.
Full-page ads will promote the "Great American Seat Take-Off" contest, reading: "To Make More Room Throughout Coach, We're Taking Off