How do you calculate elapsed flying time?

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For an eastbound flight the elapsed flying time is obtained by subtracting the time difference of the two cities from the apparent flying time. Apparent flying time is the difference between departure and arrival times.
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1. Visit Online-Stopwatch.com, and click on the green stop watch arrow. This is done to calculate the elapsed time of an activity with no set start and finish point (not your 9-a.m.
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Not exactly sure what you mean by "elapsed flying time" Elapsed flying time would just mean the amount of time your plane has been in the air. In other words, you wouldn't
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Use the timeGetTime function. Windows NT: The default precision of the timeGetTime function can be five milliseconds or more, depending on the machine. You can use the timeBeginPeriod
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The least expensive private jets have rates in the neighborhood of $1000/hr. Though that distance could easily be covered in less than an hour by any jet, I would budget for 1 hour
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