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Possible Answers: OMIT, ONLY, SAVE, THAN, BUT, DEBAR, UNLESS, BESIDES, ALLBUT, SHORTOF.
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Random information on the term “SAVE”:
Esquel Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto de Esquel, IATA: EQS, ICAO: SAVE) is an international airport in Chubut Province, Argentina serving the city of Esquel.
It was built in 1944, and was officially inaugurated on April 17, 1945. The new terminal was constructed in 1978. The only runway was paved in 1973, and re-paved in 1999 because it was badly damaged.
It has a 1,050m² passenger terminal, 96,500m² of runways, and a 1,050m² hangar.
Since 1998, it has been operated by Aeropuertos Argentina 2000. In 2010, 21,561 passengers flew through Esquel Airport.
The airport closed temporarily in May 2008 because of volcanic activities in El Chaitén, Chile.
Random information on the term “THAN”:
Steve Evetts is a music producer who has produced music for Alesana, Poison the Well, A Static Lullaby, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Sepultura, Symphony X, Saves the Day, Lifetime, Kid Dynamite, Story of the Year, Every Time I Die, Earth Crisis, Still Remains, Our Last Night, and The Wonder Years. Steve Evetts has been an active producer since 1992, producing mostly metal albums, as well as indie, and emo bands.
Random information on the term “BUT”:
Bathpalathang Airport (IATA: BUT, ICAO: VQBT) is a domestic Bhutanese airport in Jakar (Bjakar), Bumthang District. One of only four airports in the country, it opened on 17 December 2011 with flights to Paro. The airport suspended operations in July 2012 due to runway damage, but it has since reopened to limited service.
The airport was in development from the Royal Bhutanese Government’s 10th Five Year Plan (2008). The airport was originally scheduled to open in October 2010, and then delayed to November 2010. By December 2010, operations were pushed back to March 2011, then April 2011. Shortages in the spring prompted a new target date of July 2011, however the airport had not yet opened for operations through late 2011.
Airport construction at Bathpalathang met several delays, including soil instability under the runway, funding, labor and material shortages, and nearby river protection and diversion, each of which underpinned the ultimate success of any airport at the site. Despite assurances by government personnel and contractors, that the airport would be completed on time, the airport was completed significantly behind schedule. Further complications arose from legislated land and property compensation schemes for those who were forced to relocate, to accommodate the airport.