Klm E Ticket


Klm E Ticket

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  • Since the 1950s, the phrase E Ticket (or E ticket ride) has referred to an unusually interesting, thrilling or expensive experience. It derives from the tickets used at Disneyland and Walt Disney World theme parks until 1982.
  • An electronic ticket or e-ticket is used to represent the purchase of a seat on a passenger airline, usually through a website or by telephone although purchase through airline ticket offices or travel agencies can also get you an e-ticket.
  • The “E” Ticket was a fanzine devoted to the history of Disneyland and its attractions, especially the park as it existed during the lifetime of Walt Disney, publishing forty six issues between 1986 and 2009.


  • Keystroke-Level Model, sometimes referred to as KLM or KLM-GOMS, is a hard science approach to human–computer interaction (HCI), based on CMN-GOMS, developed by Card, Moran, and Newell, and spelled out in their book The Psychology of Human-Computer Interaction, 1983.
  • KLMS (1480 AM) is a radio station broadcasting an oldies format. Licensed to Lincoln, Nebraska, USA, the station serves the Lincoln area. The station is currently owned by Three Eagles Communications.
  • KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, a Dutch airline

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klm e ticket – KnuKonceptz KCA

KnuKonceptz KCA Complete 4 Gauge Amp Installation Kit
KnuKonceptz KCA Complete 4 Gauge Amp Installation Kit
KCA series amp kits have replaced the KLM series. The difference in a new ultra flex jacket, all other components are identical as is the cables size/construction.
KnuKonceptz continues to blaze new trails for automotive audio enthusiasts with its new Copper Clad Aluminum Cable dubbed ‘KCA’ (Kolossus Copper Aluminum). Copper Clad Aluminum (CCA) is made up of 90% Aluminum and 10% Copper. Consisting of 29.44mm^2 of CCA the KCA Kable is equal in size to the Kolossus Kable, but is designed for lighter current loads and not lightening your wallet.
The KCA 4 Gauge Kable used throughout this kit offers incredible flexibility and a rugged PVC outer jacket that is impervious to grease and oil. The PVC outer jacket can with-stand the extreme temperatures (-40 to 105 C).
Beware of “1600 Watt” amp kits that include a 50 or 60A fuse. Its physically impossible for these kits to support this load (refer to our comparison photo)
How many watts can this amp kit handle? At KnuKonceptz, we do not use “watts” to rate our amp kits. This is a very inaccurate method to determine what the proper gauge wire required for your amp installation. There are many amp manufactures and not all of them represent the output of their product accurately. Please refer to your amplifier’s fuse rating, this is a number a manufacture can not fake, well they could but it would put their product in harms way! Add up the fuses on the end of your amp (two 30A fuses = 60A total draw) If this number is under 80A, this kit will fit your application. If over 80A, a larger gauge wire would be required or use our Kolossus Flex 4 gauge amp installation kit.
Visit our website to see a complete head to head amp kit review from top sellers on Amazon vs KnuKonceptz.

Fyra E 186 116

Fyra E 186 116
Fyra F140 MS class electric locomotive E 186 116 loads at Amsterdam Schiphol airport.

Taken from Wikipedia :

Fyra (pronounced [fiːraː]) is a high-speed train service operating on the Dutch HSL-Zuid and planned for the Belgian HSL 4, between Amsterdam, Schiphol Airport, Rotterdam, Breda, Antwerp, and Brussels. Fyra shares the high-speed tracks with operator Thalys. The service is offered by NS Hispeed, a subsidiary of High Speed Alliance, a joint company of NS and KLM, and the NMBS/SNCB. The name Fyra represents pride, and is derived from the Dutch and French words fier, both meaning proud. Fyra is also the Swedish word for four, and is said to represent the four important cities which the new trains will serve – Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Antwerp and Brussels.
The majority of NS Hispeed services will start at Amsterdam Centraal station. These will include two trains per hour to Rotterdam, two trains per hour to Breda and one train per hour to Antwerp and Brussels. All trains from Amsterdam will stop at both Schiphol Airport and Rotterdam. Services outside the Netherlands will be operated in conjunction with NMBS, Belgium’s national railway operator. To compensate for the loss of direct service between The Hague and Brussels, and to connect Breda to destinations south of the border, a shuttle-service will connect The Hague with Brussels South via Rotterdam, Breda, Noorderkempen, Antwerp and Mechelen. This last service is questioned at the moment, due to a disagreement between NS HiSpeed and NMBS/SNCB on the purchase of a fifth EMU by NMBS/SNCB.
An hourly high-speed service between Amsterdam, Schiphol Airport and Rotterdam was introduced in September 2009. In October 2010 this was increased to a half-hourly service. In April 2011 the service was extended to Breda. The service to Antwerp and Brussels is expected to start in mid 2012.
NS Hispeed has ordered 16 V250 trains from AnsaldoBreda, with NMBS ordering a further 4 sets. They will be used on the Dutch domestic services and the NS Hispeed services to Brussels.[1] These sets will be eight carriages long and have a top speed of 250 km/h, and are expected to enter service no earlier than December 2012 – at least five years later than originally planned
Between 2007 and 2008 in order to dispense with the increasingly unreliable SNCB Class 11 locomotives on the Amsterdam-Brussels services, NS Hispeed introduced twelve Bombardier Traxx F140 MS electric locomotives hired from Angel Trains, numbered in the range E186 111 to E186 122, augmented from 2011 by E186 144 and E186 239.
All regular NS tickets are valid, but a supplement is required, depending on distance.


Voor het eerst met een E-ticket zelf op een automaat ingecheckt. Bleken we al vast achter elkaar aan het raam te zitten, vreemd. Veranderen kon niet meer.
Blijkbaar had iedereen hier last van gehad, want er ontstond een levendige handel in stoelen. Er werden errug
veel stoelen geruild, geinig om te zien.
Weten we dan ook voor de volgende keer, rare E-tickets.

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Klm: Webster's Timeline History, 1723 - 2007
Webster’s bibliographic and event-based timelines are comprehensive in scope, covering virtually all topics, geographic locations and people. They do so from a linguistic point of view, and in the case of this book, the focus is on “Klm,” including when used in literature (e.g. all authors that might have Klm in their name). As such, this book represents the largest compilation of timeline events associated with Klm when it is used in proper noun form. Webster’s timelines cover bibliographic citations, patented inventions, as well as non-conventional and alternative meanings which capture ambiguities in usage. These furthermore cover all parts of speech (possessive, institutional usage, geographic usage) and contexts, including pop culture, the arts, social sciences (linguistics, history, geography, economics, sociology, political science), business, computer science, literature, law, medicine, psychology, mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology and other physical sciences. This “data dump” results in a comprehensive set of entries for a bibliographic and/or event-based timeline on the proper name Klm, since editorial decisions to include or exclude events is purely a linguistic process. The resulting entries are used under license or with permission, used under “fair use” conditions, used in agreement with the original authors, or are in the public domain.