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What does LNF stand for?

LNF stands for Late Night Flight

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He said the Weather reports from MET Office indicate that Lahore and adjoining areas weather may again be engulfed with heavy fog late evening bringing the visibility to zero therefore it is expected that the flight schedule of evening and late night flights to and from Lahore and adjoining areas will change.
The new terms include that a minimum of 50 per cent of overall flights on based routes will be operated by Hong Kong-based crew, and that for late night flights and specific patterns, Cathay will trial some new initiatives including service flow and enhanced rest times.
With the daily late night flight LH619, travellers can arrive in Frankfurt just in time for the early morning departures to over 100 European destinations.
The 1999 runner-up was at the French Open this weekend and took a late night flight from Paris to Prestwick, but it looked to be in vain as he trailed seven behind early leader Elliot Saltman, whose brother Lloyd - top amateur in the 2005 Open - was competing at Kilmarnock Barassie.
Wheater has been a mainstay of the Under-21 European Championships qualifying side and made a late night flight to join the full squad in Belarus in October but was not used.
When she is kidnapped on a late night flight by Jack, a plot unfolds to assassinate a top politician.