Flights are an English alternative/progressive rock band formed in May 2010 in Bristol. The band comprises Joel Pearce on vocals/guitars, Joe Newcombe on guitars/vocals, Dean Bowden on bass/vocals and Adam Cann on drums.
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... and flown a glider (aircraft) in the 1860's, predating the flights of Otto Lilienthal ... The claims for his flights are based on a local oral tradition ... records with descriptions of Jan Wnęk's flights, these have never been made available for independent scrutiny ...
... Scheduled flights were initially offered over a New York - Brussels - Tel Aviv route in addition to charter flights to Athens, Frankfurt, Rome, and Zurich ... Short-lived New York - Los Angeles flights were introduced with the addition of an ex-Avianca 747-100 in 1984 ...
... It offers mostly domestic flights within the country, as well as flights to and from Paris, France ... They offer flights from and to Madrid, Spain, Barcelona, Spain, Valencia, Spain, Palma de Mallorca, Spain, Tenerife, Spain and Paris, France ... During the summer months the number of available destinations increases, and flights are also offered from and to Ibiza, Spain, Menorca, Spain, Málaga, Spain and ...
... EPs Flights (2011) Singles "Wires Code" (2011) (Download Single). ...
... Dan-Air operated inclusive tour (IT) charter flights,, regional short-haul scheduled services, transatlantic and other worldwide affinity group/Advanced Booking ...
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“Franklin said once in one of his inspired flights of malignity
Early to bed and early to rise
Make a man healthy and wealth and wise.
As if it were any object to a boy to be healthy and wealthy and wise on such terms.”
—Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (18351910)
“Now cracks a noble heart. Good night, sweet prince,
And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest!”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Old man, its four flights up and for what?
Your room is hardly any bigger than your bed.
Puffing as you climb, you are a brown woodcut
stooped over the thin rail and the wornout tread.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)