FANCA

(redirected from FAA)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

FANCA

A gene on chromosome 16q24.3 that encodes a protein of the Fanconi anaemia complementation group (here, complementation group A), the members of which are related not by sequence similarity, but rather by their assembly into a common nuclear protein complex.
References in periodicals archive ?
Ironically, the FAA itself had applauded Alaska for outstanding training in Oakland in late 1999, citing "dedication to quality and concern for the safety of the traveling public.
These sloppy mistakes give aviation insiders grounds for attacking Schiavo's claim to be knowledgeable enough about aviation to be a reliable critic of FAA mismanagement.
FAA regulations now require planes higher than 29,000 feet to be at least 2,000 feet apart vertically or five nautical miles - 5.
Amazingly, the FAA keeps no records on pilots using potentially impairing prescription medications while flying.
From day one, GTSI and the entire team have had one singular focus: provide the FAA with the most powerful and economic computing solution possible," said Bill Vass, president and COO of Sun Microsystems.
In a letter dated Monday, FAA officials agreed to exclude 84 acres of land that was not purchased with federal grants, land that can be used for noise- and safety-related projects.
McArtor has dispatched 15 special teams of seven FAA inspectors each to look into airline management, pilot training, record keeping, maintenance procedures, and equipment at about 20 percent of the existing commuter airlines.
Simplex Data provides a turnkey solution for the entire project including site surveys, certification and accreditation, and ultimate installation of the equipment at FAA facilities.
2) How did FAA implement its policies for determining whether 17 specific budget line items identified by appropriators belong in its F&E or Operations accounts, including personnel compensation, benefits, travel, and related expenses?
With the Burbank Airport Authority facing an FAA demand to return $46 million in funding for a new terminal, the council agreed to work with the authority to rent out portions of the site, to make it financially viable.
On September 19, 2006, NetJets Aviation and its pilots, signed a Memorandum of Understanding to join the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP), solidifying a long-term safety partnership between NetJets, the pilots and the FAA.