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Under the terms of the Contract to Sell, Orly, as seller, agreed to, among others, that: (a) after the spouses Abe and Lerma have paid the amount of P20,000, the balance of P40,000 payable in monthly installments of P1,015.74, for five years to start on June 30, 1988 and for every 30th of the month thereafter; (b) he also bound himself to execute a first deed of sale over the said property and deliver title to the vendees over said property free from encumbrance and liens upon full payment of the purchase price of the property; and (c) upon full payment of purchase price, he shall deliver to the buyers a final Deed of Sale and Certificate of Title in their names free of encumbrance.
They joined ORLY International Vice President for Sales Nadia Deering in discussing the importance of women helping other women thrive in their areas of expertise.
Eight years ago chairman Orly proposed a 'Beachney' as a system of mass transport to reduce the number of vehicles, and take tricycles out of the island, but this plan did not materialize as there were no takers.
Read: (http://www.ibtimes.com/paris-orly-airport-shooting-man-shot-dead-after-grabbing-soldiers-gun-2510879) Paris Orly Airport Shooting: Man Shot Dead After Grabbing Soldier's Gun
"Flybe can confirm that the above flight experienced a minor technical fault and diverted to Paris Orly.
"Suddenly, whilst I was making up Orly's bottle one night, I felt completely alone.
"The rebranding of Orly is an ongoing process, stemming from a year of in-depth market research," said Jeff Pink, president and CEO of Orly International.
According to Colm Lacy, British Airways' general manager of network planning, the new Orly service gives business travellers easy access to the Paris financial district, which is close to Orly airport.
The company plans to group several flights together with some modifications in schedule and use jumbo aircrafts to transport their costumers in Orly, the same source added.
"Due to the social movement of air traffic controllers in France taking place on Wednesday July 21, air companies were asked to reduce flights in Orly during this day.
The British flag carrier said L'Avion, which flies two Boeing 757 aircraft between Paris Orly and New York Newark airport, will become a BA subsidiary after the deal completes and will be integrated into OpenSkies, its new EU-US subsidiary airline.