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Transcript: Hayley Kiyoko plays Shanni. She was born in April 3, 1991. Is an American actress, singer, and songwriter. She is best known for playing Velma Dinkley in the Scooby-Doo films and Stella Yamada in the Disney Channel film Lemonade Mouth. Ethan Shaw The title of the movie is XOXO. The genre is musical and drama. 2- What is it's genre? We think the costumes are according to the characters. The music is really good. The special effects are amazing especially in the scenes of the musical presentations. The acting is convincing and the end is so beautiful and special. 7- What's your score? Why? 6- What do you think about the costumes, music, special effects, the acting and the end? 3- What is it about? 5- What is your favorite scene? Why? Our favorite scene is when Ethan plays his song in the festival and he dance with the people. Shanni Krystal XOXO 5 stars because we love musical movies and we love the final because shows that dreams can come true. The movie is about a music festival where six strangers know each other in search of the best day of their lives. Ethan Shaw is a young DJ who has a chance to perform at a festival. Graham Phillips plays Ethan Shaw. He was born in April 14, 1993. Is an American actor and singer. Beginning his acting career at the age of nine, is known for a variety of films and roles, as Evan Goldman in the Broadway musical 13 (with Ariana Grande), as Ben Tennyson in Ben 10. 1-What is the title of the movie? Sarah Hyland plays Krystal. She was born in November 24, 1990 in New York. She gained her first major role as Haley Dunphy in Modern Family. 4- Who are the main characters?


Transcript: Bazargan, M. (2004) Airline Operations and Scheduling. Farnham: Ashgate. Burke, E., De Causemaecker, P., De Maere, G., Mulder, J., Paelinck, M. and Vanden Berge, G. (2010) A multi-objective approach for robust airline scheduling. Computers and Operations Research [online]. Vol. 37 Available from <> [Accessed 21 April 2014]. Grosche, T. (2009) Computational Intelligence in Integrated Airline Scheduling. Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. Holloway, S. (2008) Straight and Level: Practical Airline Economics. 3rd ed. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing. Wensveen, J. G. (2007) Wheels Up – Airline Business Plan Development. 2nd ed. Malabar: Krieger Publishing. Wensveen, J. G. (2011) Air Transportation. 7th ed. Surrey. Ashgate Publishing. Yan, S., Tang, C. and Fu, T. (2008) An airline scheduling model and solution algorithms under stochastic demands. European Journal of Operational Research. [online]. Vol. 190, No. 1. Available from <> [Accessed 29 April 2014]. Mission of Scheduling Bibliography Overview of Presentation Definition of the term "Mission of Scheduling" and how it is applied within airline operations. Highlight the inputs required within the scheduling process. Appraise the necessity of scheduling for international airlines Robust Scheduling "An airline's schedule is its core service attribute insofar as safe, reliable delivery of a schedule is what satisfies customers' most basic air travel need; the need to be somewhere else by a certain time." Robust scheduling offers a means of reducing delays and disruption. Robust scheduling aims to build schedules that have an improved performance in operation. The robustness of a schedule is demonstrated through the flexibility within the schedule and its stability (Burke et al. 2010). Wensveen (2011) Scheduling Process models Scheduling is one of the factors that make or break an airline (Wensveen 2007). Fleet routing and flight scheduling are essential to a carrier's profitability, its level of service and its competitive capability in the market (Grosche 2009). What Does Scheduling Aim to Accomplish? Mission of Scheduling Wensveen (2007, p65) “Airline scheduling can be defined as the art of designing system wide flight patterns that provide optimum public service, in both quantity and quality, consistent with the financial health of the carrier”. 21096422 Wing Yin Li 21099536 Wintana Neamen 21079079 Soyun An 21054414 Stefan Hug An airline has the responsibility to provide adequate service to the cities it serves. operate efficiently and economically. Therefore, airline management must continually search for the balance between adequate service and economic strength for the company (Wensveen 2011). Airline schedule planning Definition: Airline scheduling Adequate service Economic strength Sale and competitive effectiveness Operational dependability and efficiency Holloway (2008) Scheduling is a complex process The schedule performs four main tasks: to provide adequate service, provide economic strength, provide for sales and competitive effectiveness, and to provide operational dependability and efficiency Scheduling can make or break an airline Scheduling : Why do international airlines need to undertake it? Conclusion


Transcript: by marquel A sudden movement of the Earth's lithosphere (its crust and upper mantle). Earthquakes are caused by the release of built-up stress within rocks along geologic faults or by the movement of magma in volcanic areas. They are usually followed by aftershocks. See Note at fault. The layer of the Earth between the crust and the core. It is about 2,900 km (1,798 mi) thick and consists mainly of magnesium-iron silicate minerals, such as olivine and pyroxene. It has an upper, partially molten part, which is about 660 km (409 mi) thick, and a lower, solid part. The upper mantle is the source of magma and volcanic lava. The layer of soft tissue that covers the body of a clam, oyster, or other mollusk and secretes the material that forms the shell. In the theory of plate tectonics, the process by which new oceanic crust is formed by the convective upwelling of magma at mid-ocean ridges, resulting in the continuous lateral displacement of existing oceanic crust. See more at magnetic reversal. eathquakehttp: Sea floor spreading what happen when earth goes though these things MANTLE Plate tectoincs Theory that the Earth's lithosphere (the crust and upper portion of the mantle) is divided into about 12 large plates and several small ones that float on and travel independently over the asthenosphere. The theory revolutionized the geological sciences in the 1960s by combining the earlier idea of continental drift and the new concept of seafloor spreading into a coherent whole. Each plate consists of rigid rock created by upwelling magma at oceanic ridges, where plates diverge. Where two plates converge, a subduction zone forms, in which one plate is forced under another and into the Earth's mantle. The majority of the earthquakes and volcanoes on the Earth's surface occur along the margins of tectonic plates. EARTHQUAKE Mantle

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