CAAC


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CAAC

Abbreviation for:
Consultant Advisory Appointment Committee (Medspeak-UK)
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ASTC and CAAC will work together with the Alice Springs Youth and Community Centre and the Tangentyere Council Youth Patrol to provide after-hours services engaging with young people.
Cusi, reportedly a close ally of former president Gloria Arroyo, was named the first director-general of the CAAC, a new regulatory body which merged the functions of the defunct Air Transportation Office and the Civil Aeronautics Board.
By 2020, China will have a total of 244 airports, up from the current 147, according to the CAAC.
Each subsystem is split up into the modules, which are further split up into the submodules up into the basic sub- modules, which is the lowest level of hierarchic arrangement of the CAAC information system (see Fig.
The use of the CAAC information system is anticipated mainly for didactic purposes whereas utilisation of webpages on the Internet is supposed.
The CAAC represents the broad scope and view of the community at large.
One problem, however, is that most regional airlines are not under direct CAAC control, so it can only make suggestions.
Nasdaq:CSCO), a provider of networking for the Internet, has announced that CAAC (Civil Aviation Administration of China) will consolidate its national wide-area ticket reservation networks to a single IP-based Cisco solution with the Airline Product Set feature set.
So, the CAAC has stopped issuing new airline licenses since July 1994.
The QS-B220 is the only trace ETD in the world to currently have passed testing by the TSA in the United States, ECAC in Europe, and CAAC in China.
are the just 2 service hubs to hold that degree of CAAC sanction.
Naverus has worked with the CAAC, four Chinese airlines and seven Chinese airports, deploying 85 RNP procedures in China since 2004.