According to data from the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), the industry supports an estimated 56.
What does ATAG stand for?
ATAG stands for Air Transport Action Group
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We have 9 other meanings of ATAG in our Acronym Attic
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- Athletic Trainers Association of Florida
- ATM Test Access Function
- Automatic Tariff Adjustment Formula (economics)
- Azienda Trasporti Area Fiorentina (Italian transport company; Florence, Italy)
- Annual Thomas Aeronautical Flight Competition
- Airborne Target Acquisition & Fire Control System
- Automated Training Analysis & Feedback System
- American Theatre Arts for Youth, Inc. (Philadelphia, PA)
- Aid to Artisans Ghana
- Amphibian Taxon Advisory Group
- Assistant to the Adjutant General
- Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines
- Automatic Tag
- Authoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines 2.0
- Alberta Transplant Applied Genomics Centre (Canada)
- Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation
- Advanced Technology Anti-G Suit
- Automatic Tag Sequence
- Advanced Technology Associates Hawaii (Kaneohe, HI)
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PATA Annual Conference in Kuala Lumpur At the conference, PATAOs anniversary gathering, the group pledged to work with other vested partners including the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA), the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), and the World Travel and Tourism Council WTTC) to pound home the message that, in MartinOs words, these arbitrary levies are Omorally, politically, and financially unacceptableO to the travel/tourism sector.
aero has been established by the commercial aviation industry body, the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG).
Dr Phillipe Roche of the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) reckons the 3.
IATA's Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) has expressed opposition to the Japanese government's plans for privatising Japan's three major airports and has urged reduced charges to keep the country's airports competitive.