According to the Finnish Civil Aviation Administration (FCAA) Finnair's market share fell by 4.
What does FCAA stand for?
FCAA stands for Finnish Civil Aviation Administration
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We have 35 other meanings of FCAA in our Acronym Attic
- Future Cargo Aircraft
- Future Corrosion Allowance
- Fuzzy Cluster Analysis
- Kalispell, MT, USA - Glacier Park International (Airport Code)
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes National Conference Center
- Fixed Channel Allocation Quality of Service
- Functional Configuration Audit/Physical Configuration Audit
- Federal Clean Air Act
- Federal Council for Aboriginal Advancement (now Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders; Australia)
- Federation of Caribbean Associations of Architects
- First Coast Apartment Association (Jacksonville, FL)
- Foreign Civil Airworthiness Authority
- Foster Care Alumni of America (Alexandria, VA)
- Foster Care and Adoption Assistance (New York)
- Fractional Calculus and Applied Analysis (international journal for theory and applications)
- Federal Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990
- Federal Council of Australian Apiarists Association
- Flying Cloud Airport Advisory Commission
- Franklin County Adult Activity Center (est. 1979; Winchester, TN)
- First Coast African American Chamber of Commerce, Incorporated (Jacksonville, FL)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Finnish Civil Aviation Administration has fully implemented Common Use Terminal Environment (CUTE) technology at Helsinki-Vantaa.
Nasdaq:OSIS) today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary Metorex Security Products Oy has received orders from the Finnish Civil Aviation Administration (FCAA) totaling over US$1.
For Finland: it has asked the Finnish Civil Aviation Administration to scrap differentiated landing charges by flight origin in operation at the airports of Helsinki, Vaasa, Turku, Pori and Tampere.
The Finnish civil aviation administration and the air traffic control at Helsinki-Vantaa airport were due to meet today (10 January) to discuss the problem.