Hub

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Aegean Airlines Destinations - Europe
... Belgium Brussels - Brussels Airport Cyprus Larnaca - Larnaca International Airport Hub Czech Republic Prague - Prague Ruzyně Airport France Paris - Paris-Char ...
Mountain Air Express - Destinations
... CPR) Cheyenne, WY (CYS) Colorado Springs, CO (COS) - Initial Hub Denver, CO (DEN) - Subsequent Hub Gunnison, CO (GUC) Grand Junction, CO (GJT) Hayden/Steamboat Springs, CO (HDN) Kansas City, KS (MCI) Oklahoma City ...
Barbados–Canada Relations - Tourism
... in the future with WestJet should they need a regional Caribbean hub ... is interested, in becoming the regional hub for more of your business and we would certainly like to see not four flights a week, but eventually, if we can have a daily service ... Grantley Adams is already an established hub and we can feed business into the other territories ...
The Hub (Gainesville, Florida)
... The Hub, formerly known as the UF Bookstore, is a historic building on Stadium Road between Buckman Drive and Fletcher Drive on the University of Florida ... and ID card services were both located at The Hub ... A small food court was set up on the first floor and the "Technology Hub" selling computer accessories and software was on the second floor ...
Cebu Pacific Destinations - Southeast Asia
... Cauayan Airport Clark - Clark International Airport Hub Laoag - Laoag International Airport Legazpi - Legazpi Airport Manila - Ninoy Aquino International Airport ... Ramos Airport Cebu - Mactan-Cebu International Airport Hub Dumaguete - Sibulan Airport Iloilo - Iloilo International Airport Hub Kalibo - Kalibo International Airport Roxas City - Roxas ...

Famous quotes containing the word hub:

    There is no object so soft but it makes a hub for the wheel’d universe.
    Walt Whitman (1819–1892)

    We recognize caste in dogs because we rank ourselves by the familiar dog system, a ladderlike social arrangement wherein one individual outranks all others, the next outranks all but the first, and so on down the hierarchy. But the cat system is more like a wheel, with a high-ranking cat at the hub and the others arranged around the rim, all reluctantly acknowledging the superiority of the despot but not necessarily measuring themselves against one another.
    —Elizabeth Marshall Thomas. “Strong and Sensitive Cats,” Atlantic Monthly (July 1994)

    When I was growing up I used to think that the best thing about coming from Des Moines was that it meant you didn’t come from anywhere else in Iowa. By Iowa standards, Des Moines is a mecca of cosmopolitanism, a dynamic hub of wealth and education, where people wear three-piece suits and dark socks, often simultaneously.
    Bill Bryson (b. 1951)