go into service

go into service

to start operating. When will the new elevator go into service? It has already gone into service.
See also: service
References in classic literature ?
Determined to help in the struggle to clear the homestead from debt, they had no alternative but to go into service.
The Metro Line 5 is a new commuter-rail line that will go into service by the 2008 Summer Olympics.
The system will be installed at the NATS training facility located at London Heathrow airport, and will go into service at the end of 2005.
The 60 new trains, which should go into service between January 2007 and mid-2008, are earmarked for use on the S-Bahn in Vienna and as regional trains throughout Austria.
Some of the benefits will soon be realized when the next versions of TigerDen go into service.
The new packet-based network is planned to go into service at the end of this year.
With this test we have demonstrated that this technology is ready to go into service provider networks and that we are committed to providing best-in-breed VOD solutions.
The freighter will go into service in early January, 2003 and will serve routes between Seoul, Korea and the US.
A second cavern is set to go into service in April 2003 at a size of 2.
The plant is scheduled to go into service in the fourth quarter of 2002.
Combined with the existing GSM 900 network, this will form the first dual band network in China which will go into service in early 1998.
Pending NEB approval and the construction of facilities to reverse the line's operation, Line 9 will go into service in 1998.
ICO, which is expected to go into service in 2002, sought Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last August shortly after Iridium LLC also filed for bankruptcy protection.