This FAA approval cumulates the results of several months of training and compliance with FAA Advisory Circulars.
What does AC stand for?
AC stands for Advisory Circular (aviation)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 212 other meanings of AC in our Acronym Attic
- Adoptionscentrum (Sweden)
- Adriamycin and Cytoxan (chemotherapy protocol)
- Adult Contemporary (radio format)
- Advance Construction
- Advanced Catalyst (research team; Japan)
- Advanced Challenge (activity, Camp Yawgoog, BSA)
- Advanced CMos
- Advanced Computing
- Advent Children (movie sequel to Final Fantasy VII game)
- Advent Christian
Samples in periodicals archive:
By Ngor Arol Garang May 14, 2010 (WUNROK) a" The recently elected President of the regional government of Southern Sudan, Salva Kiir Mayardit, has on Friday issued an advisory circular directing all ten southern state governors to dissuade drop out of school children The circular extended to Sudan Tribute directs all state governors to carry out house to house crackdown to establish school children who have passed national exams but have not reported back in their respected primary and secondary schools to continue this academic year.
The agency in September published a proposed advisory circular, AC 135-42, Extended Operations (ETOPS) and Operations in the North Polar Area, that provides guidance on complying with the requirements, but that AC has not been finalized.
7, NAVAIR 00-80T-114, FAA Advisory Circulars for Airfields, and guidance and curriculum documents for an in-depth program.
The JSSG team also added qualification guidance based on the latest Federal Aviation Administration regulations and advisory circulars and Joint Aviation Authorities Joint Aviation Regulations, including international requirements for UAVs and for military qualification of commercial applications.
The FAA Advisory Circular (AC) 61-27C on instrument flying notes that PSD resulting from "flight into adverse weather conditions is regularly near the top of the cause/factor list in annual statistics on fatal aircraft accidents.