departure time

  1. the time at which a public conveyance is scheduled to depart from a given point of origin
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How To Use departure time In A Sentence

  • Since departure times are often revised, my evidence suddenly looks less than conclusive.
  • However, on a bad day chaos reigns, and nobody can predict a likely departure time.
  • By taking the travel mode and work time as the delamination control variable, it is feasible for us to analysis the diversity about the commuter departure time selection behavior.
  • It never hurts to check the flight departure time before you leave for the airport.
  • A computer screen shows arrival and departure times.
  • Passenger should check in departure lounge at least 15 minutes before departure time.
  • A law-enforcement officer is required to be on board at all times, and the operator must advise the heliport in advance on expected arrival and departure times.
  • Departure times are 08:15 from St Quay, and 18:15 from St Helier.
  • He blamed these changes for the varying departure times of 13 buses on two days in March from the station last year.
  • A real-time system would allow users to see delays and would give new estimated departure times.
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