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clear the air

to clear the air
    • dispel differences or negative emotions
    "The group called a meeting to finally clear the air"



    clear the air


    1. 30 air changes per hour if the compartment is fully enclosed and the clear height is more than 2,30 meters;
    2. By ‘rectify’, CBP wishes to make clear that it will not be authorised to revise the data within the PNR record that it accesses from the air carriers.
    3. 40 air changes per hour if the compartment is fully enclosed and the clear height is less or equal to 2,30 meters;
    4. Solutions are clear or slightly turbid, colourless or slightly coloured, strongly caustic and hygroscopic and when exposed to the air they absorb carbon dioxide, forming sodium carbonate
    5. In this context, BA and Sterling Airlines made clear that the very difficult situation facing the air sector and linked, in particular, to the increased oil price, affected all the participants in the sector.
    6. Germany submits that by the stage that these decisions were taken it had become increasingly clear that well known companies in the air freight sector regarded the civil airport of Leipzig/Halle as an attractive location and that the development of the southern runway would have been carried out even if DHL had not set up its European hub in Leipzig.
    7. With respect to the negative price to be paid by Lufthansa, and as set out in the complaint made by Air France/KLM, it is not clear whether all bidders were afforded the same opportunity to make bids on the same terms.
    8. The air carrier explained the safety processes they have in place but were unable to provide a clear explanation of why aircraft 9G-RAC, which had been brought out of storage to operate the flight to the UK, had failed to meet international standards.
    9. In order to make skills comparable throughout the Community, they need to become structured in a clear and generally accepted way. This will help to guarantee safety not only within the airspace under the control of one air navigation service provider, but especially at the interface between different service providers.
    10. On the contrary, this clear mention in Article 4(1)(d) excludes the application of such a grouping to Article 4(1)(a), (b) and (c). If the market fails to produce a single air carrier that has commenced or is about to commence operating scheduled air services on a route, in accordance with the PSOs imposed on that route, the Member State may limit access to one carrier for a maximum period of three years and may publish a call for tender to cover a group of routes.
    11. With regard to the Commission’s claim that the doubts concerning the aid nature of the measure in question were substantiated by the fact that it was adopted at the same time as withdrawal of a takeover bid submitted to Alitalia on 14 March 2008 and by the fact that the existence of ‘certain and immediate prospects of Alitalia being purchased by another investor’ was not proven, Italy pointed out that the reasons preventing the privatisation process being finalised with the Air France-KLM group had already been made clear.
    12. Member States shall ensure that clear and comprehensible information is accessible and is routinely made available to the public as well as to appropriate organisations, such as environmental organisations, consumer organisations, organisations representing the interests of sensitive populations and other relevant healthcare bodies, on ambient air concentrations of arsenic, cadmium, mercury, nickel and benzo(a)pyrene and the other polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons referred to in Article 4(8) as well as on deposition rates of arsenic, cadmium, mercury, nickel and benzo(a)pyrene and the other polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons referred to in Article 4(8).
    13. The Commission should in due course propose, as a more integrated approach, further amendments to this Regulation or submit other proposals pursuant to a comprehensive impact assessment which addresses all possible additional measures aimed at achieving the desired CO2 emissions targets and which covers other available technologies on the market, including tyre pressure retention technologies, improvement to road surfaces and any other relevant new technology, as well as requirements regarding air conditioning efficiency, which already do have or could have a clear effect on tyre rolling resistance or vehicle fuel economy and CO2 emissions.