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July 25, 2010




Raela Drigger

And with the fickle internet as the plane of competition, expect take offs to be delayed, landings to be rushed, and weather interference in between. A strict deadline should be bargained before a contract is signed, and the deal should be followed to the letter. In that case, you are given fair time to work and deliver quality service.

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