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Dia One Night At The Denver International Airport

Author: Suede Delray
Publisher: eXtasy Books
ISBN: 148741479X
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A Lonely vampire's last chance for love in a strange airport. Two lonely souls find each other amidst mayhem and murder under one of the strangest airports ever, Denver International Airport.

The Chaos Of Standing Still

Author: Jessica Brody
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481499181
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Ryn, eighteen, trapped by a massive blizzard in the Denver airport, meets some unique characters who help her cope with survivor's guilt on the first anniversary of her best friend's death.

Stuck At The Airport

Author: Harriet Baskas
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743216644
Size: 51.48 MB
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Airports used to be places we just passed through on our way to somewhere else. But with an increase in layovers and ever-mounting delays, "dwell-time" in airports has become an inevitable, tedious, and often infuriating part of travel today. This essential guidebook won't get you where you want to go faster, but it does provide great suggestions for eating well, taking care of business, and having fun while you wait. In clear, cleverly written profiles of each airport, Harriet Baskas, Expedia.com's airport expert, spells out: the best places to eat and what local specialties to try; diversions for kids (playgrounds, observation decks, and museums); quick trips to make by cab (including times to the nearest city); locations of business centers and data ports; shops with interesting, reasonably priced items; well-stocked bookstores; art and history exhibits; clean places to shower and quiet corners for taking a nap. In some airports, she reveals, you can even get a dentist to look at that troublesome tooth, a shoemaker to fix a wobbly heel, and a masseuse to case travel-induced kinks -- and crankiness. Organized alphabetically for easy reference. Stuck at the Airport is the indispensable travel companion for business and leisure travelers alike.

Joggers Hill

Author: Sean Kerr
Publisher: eXtasy Books
ISBN: 1487414773
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They say that more than a mouthful is a waste, but sometimes, a mouthful can kill.

Touchstones Of Design

Author: C. W. Fentress
Publisher: Images Publishing
ISBN: 1864703822
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Considered the world leader in designing iconic public architecture, Curtis Fentress is redefining the art of civic buildings. In Touchstones of Design: Redefining Public Architecture, Fentress features many of his most innovative and inspiring works. This includes a new vision for LAX that embodies a design philosophy learned through time and experience. Best known for flipping the design of Denver International Airport upside down, Fentress introduces drama and beauty to the spaces communities use everyday. North-Carolina born Fentress left his position with I.M. Pei and Kohn Pedersen Fox to found his own firm in 1980 in Denver and began designing major projects.

Life In The Air

Author: Mark Gottdiener
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742500297
Size: 28.49 MB
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This book is not just about air travel. It is about the emergent social world of flying. It concerns air space and behavior in the air the way someone else might look at cities and street behavior. Economic, political, and cultural aspects are all considered. . . . Airports have now become specific places in their own right that, in a certain sense, now. . . are very much like cities. Frequent flying also has produced its very own culture. Rules of behavior are subscribed to in the air. Unique behaviors at terminals and in the passenger cabin have emerged that contrast with life on the ground. In chapters below I explore these interesting aspects of etiquette, eroticism, and bi-coastalism, a human activity that is only possible because of our present society's evolution. . . . Only now have we begun to appreciate our emergent global culture. The world is shrinking just as the opportunities for travel expand. -from the Introduction

Insiders Guide To Denver

Author: Eric Lindberg
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493001620
Size: 48.13 MB
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Insiders' Guide to Denver is the essential source for in-depth travel information for visitors and locals alike to this storied Colorado city. Written by a local, and true insider, Insiders' Guide to Denver offers a personal and practical perspective of Denver and its surrounding environs that makes it a must-have guide for travelers as well as residents looking to rediscover their hometown.

Ghost Bridge

Author: A. J. Llewellyn
Publisher: eXtasy Books
ISBN: 1487414781
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Dylan and Riley are about to learn the hard way that some mysteries are best left unsolved...

Atlas Obscura

Author: Joshua Foer
Publisher: Workman Publishing
ISBN: 0761169083
Size: 45.57 MB
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"Wonder meets wanderlust in an extraordinary new travel book. Created by the founders of AtlasObscura.com, the vibrant online destination and community with over 3 million visitors a month, Atlas Obscura is the bucket-list guide to over 700 of the most unusual, curious, bizarre, and mysterious places on earth" --

Airspace Closure And Civil Aviation

Author: Steven D. Jaffe
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317182804
Size: 33.25 MB
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The impact to airlines from airspace closure can be as benign as a two minute extension on an arrival pattern, or as catastrophic as a shoot down from a surface-to-air missile, as the tragic loss of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over the Ukraine in July 2014 demonstrates. Airspace constraints come in a variety of forms, both man-made and physical, but all result in operational inefficiencies that erode the economic vitality of an airline. Understanding the root causes of these airspace restrictions, developing strategies for mitigating their impact, and anticipating future airspace closures, are critical for the efficient and safe operation of any airline. This book uniquely examines the technological, geographic, regulatory, and political aspects of airspace closure, with a focus on how airlines continue to adapt to overcome these challenges, providing readers with a framework for identifying issues and solutions in a systematic manner. Filled with historical references and contemporary anecdotes, this book serves both as a practical guide and strategic resource for airline managers navigating their 21st century. organizations around some of the lingering 20th century obstacles.