Paris-Orly Airport

Author: Frederic Beniada

Publisher: Abrams

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Page: 192

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Over a century, Orly has turned from a military station into an international platform open to the world and an innovating enterprise. Created in 1918, Orly was first a military camp and quickly became a major stake during WWII as the place represented much of an interest for the Allies and the Axis. At the end of the war, the US Army Air Forces settled in for two years before the company "A�roports de Paris" was created in 1945, and the management of the airport given back to the French. Orly finally developed into a commercial gateway, organizing the first transatlantic flights and opening to international airlines. It also became a glamorous spot when American movies were shot there. Today, the airport has grown a real city in itself, becoming the heart of Orly and the business center for a whole community, competitive and innovating. This book is an invitation to journey through the evolution of Orly Airport as a mirror of our history.

Improving Public Transportation Access to Large Airports

Author: Leigh Fisher Associates

Publisher: Transportation Research Board

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Category: Access to airports

Page: 148

View: 367

Examines legal, financial, institutional, technical, jurisdictional and other factors affecting public transportation to airports.

Traveling the Eurail Express

Author: Jay Brunhouse

Publisher: Pelican Publishing

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Category: Travel

Page: 542

View: 202

Formerly titled Traveling Europe's Trains, this is a superb guidebook to getting around Europe and Britain from Manchester to Moscow by high-speed, and scenic train, ferry, and Europabus.

Arab Modernism as World Cinema

The Films of Moumen Smihi

Author: Peter Limbrick

Publisher: University of California Press

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Category: Performing Arts

Page: 302

View: 540

Arab Modernism as World Cinema explores the radically beautiful films of Moroccan filmmaker Moumen Smihi, demonstrating the importance of Moroccan and Arab film cultures in histories of world cinema. Addressing the legacy of the Nahda or “Arab Renaissance” of the nineteenth and early twentieth century—when Arab writers and artists reenergized Arab culture by engaging with other languages and societies—Peter Limbrick argues that Smihi’s films take up the spirit of the Nahda for a new age. Examining Smihi’s oeuvre, which enacts an exchange of images and ideas between Arab and non-Arab cultures, Limbrick rethinks the relation of Arab cinema to modernism and further engages debates about the use of modernist forms by filmmakers in the Global South. This original study offers new routes for thinking about world cinema and modernism in the Middle East and North Africa, and about Arab cinema in the world.

Ground Access to Major Airports by Public Transportation

Author: Matthew A. Coogan

Publisher: Transportation Research Board

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Category: Access to airports

Page: 202

View: 515

TRBs Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 4: Ground Access to Major Airports by Public Transportation examines key elements associated with the creation of a six-step market-based strategy for improving the quality of public mode services at U.S. airports. The report also addresses the context for public transportation to major airports, explores the attributes of successful airport ground access systems, presents an airport by airport summary of air traveler ground access mode-share by public transportation services, and more.

Eurosynt

Index for Europe

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Category: Bulletin quotidien Europe

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Provence, Côte D'Azur

Author: Howard Rombough

Publisher: Ulysses Travel Guide Phrasebooks

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Category: Travel

Page: 353

View: 420

We in the Ulysses offices think we have it hard when deadlines are approaching, those maps still don't quite fit and the sidewalk cafes and bars of St. Denis Street here in Montreal beckon on warm summer evenings. But our desk-bound troubles are minuscule compared to the harried experiences our authors endure creating the "most cultural how-to travel guides" available: wading through crowds of revelers in Chicago after the Bulls Championship win, dodging chickens and dogs on Nicaraguan highways, getting mugged in Nassau and Lisbon, or being stranded by a train derailment in Saskatchewan. Then again, these adventurers are part of the joy of traveling, of getting to the heart of a destination ... Extensive coverage of both the hot spots of the glittering Riviera and back country villages. Monaco, Nice, Marseille, and Avignon are some of the sites covered. Spend time by the sea, in casinos, or exploring hillside villages. Fine cuisine, a cultural outlook, and information on outdoor activities make this guide a must.

One Sky for Europe?

World-wide Challenges

Author: V. Corduant

Publisher: Emile Bruylant

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Category: Aeronautics, Commercial

Page: 222

View: 570

Official Export Guide

Author: North American Publishing Company

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Category: Export controls

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Exporters' Encyclopedia

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Category: Commerce

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View: 687

Material is arranged geographically. For each country there is a country profile followed by information on marketing data, communications, transportation, business travel, key contacts, and a summary trade regulations and documentation required. Also included are brief sections on U.S. ports, U.S. foreign trade zones, World Trade Center Association members, U.S. government agencies providing assistance to exporters, foreign trade organizations, foreign communications, and general exports and shipping information and practice.

Europe

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Category: Europe

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