CAAC


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CAAC

Abbreviation for:
Consultant Advisory Appointment Committee (Medspeak-UK)
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Clearly, there is great pressure to deliver and the CAAC has speeded up the pace of construction.
The company's customers include Airbus, Air China, Air New Zealand, Boeing, CAAC, COPA, IATA, jetBlue, Jetstar, SkyEurope, Southwest, Qantas, Virgin Blue, and WestJet and others.
The Precision Conversions passenger-to-freighter conversion is the only full 15 pallet position B757-200 freighter available with FAA and CAAC certifications for both Rolls Royce and Pratt & Whitney powered variants.
In 1972, CAAC ordered 10 Boeing 707s, establishing it as a major world airline.
The head of CAAC, Li Jiaxiang, and the president and CEO of Airbus, Tom Enders, both signed the MoU during the inauguration of the Airbus A320 Family Final Assembly Line in Tianjin, China.
9 million), according to a CAAC report cited yesterday by Xinhua.
The Chinese airline has obtained the CAAC clearance subsequent to its successful installation of such bags on its Airbus A330 fleet in the year 2014 on trial basis.
China Southern will operate Airbus A330-200 aircraft on the route, says CAAC.
CAAC and the National Development and Reform Commission announced an increase in fuel surcharges on domestic routes of less than 800 km.
According to CAAC quarantine regulations, after arrival in China the swine were taken to a designated isolated field in Taihe, Guangzhou for 45 days (to insure they had no traces of bacteria) and then were safely transported to their final destination.
Head of the CAAC, Feng Zhenglin, said,"The general aviation sector, especially aircraft research and manufacturing, has became a hot spot of both industrial upgrading and social concern.
According to an official with CAAC, many low discount air tickets still exist after TravelSky Technology Limited (eTerm), China's leading state-owned air ticket sales company, upgraded its sales system.