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Basic action Like with all cases where you need to keep someone sharp, it mostly depend on the person. There will not be an 'one fits all' solution. My approach with coach and car drivers is always based on their reactions, as some indicate they want you to chat constantly, others that you just talk every now and again and others are so non-responsive that ...


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So, if I could pilot and rent/have a water plane, are there facilities in harbours to let me park? Yes, lots of them in fact. For what you're talking about the term is 'moor', and there are three kinds of moorings in the vernacular: dock, ramp, and beach. Docking is the most common, beach is the simplest but are hard to find. Landings with a ramp allow ...


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According to the SeatGuru page on Oman Air (you can click on the plane model to see the details), there are power outlets on some of the planes, notably their A330s, while the other models don't have power outlets. A330-200: There is regular AC power onboard: one power port per First and Business Class seat and one shared between two seats within ...


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Both Oman Air Flight 124 from Munich to Muscat and Flight 815 from Muscat to Bangkok usually operate with an Airbus A330-200, which has power plugs in all classes (one per seat in First/Biz, one per two seats in Economy). Beware that aircraft types are never guaranteed, so you may end up on another plane with no notice. However, Oman Air's only other ...


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The condensed version is: Before takeoff (and after landing), the laws of the current territory apply. Punch out a USAir flight attendant at the gate in Mexico City and you deal with the PolicĂ­a Federal (and probably wish you didn't). In flight, the laws of the country where the aircraft is registered apply. However, the laws of the destination country are ...


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Your question is based on the faulty premise that only one country can apply jurisdiction at a time. In fact, many states may have or claim to exercise jurisdiction simultaneously. In that case, all that really matters is whose judges you end up in front of first. To tidy this matter up, the Tokyo Convention limits how many jurisdictions apply. The Toyko ...



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