Boeing said it delivered 100 commercial aircraft in the third quarter, a significant increase over the 62 delivered in the third quarter of 2005 when production was compromised by a 27-day assembly workers' strike.
What does ACFT stand for?
ACFT stands for Aircraft
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 4 other meanings of ACFT in our Acronym Attic
- Australian Corporations and Financial Services Commission (Australia)
- Autauga County Family Support Center (Prattville, AL)
- Alliance for Consumer Fire Safety in Europe
- All China Federation of Supply and Marketing Cooperatives
- American Culinary Federation of Southern Oregon
- Aircraft Status Summary Report (WCCS)
- Abelian Class Field Theory (mathematics)
- Advanced Combat Fitness Test (British Army)
- Advanced Computer Forensics Techniques
- Air Cadet Fitness Test (Canada)
- Antarctic Confederation of Federal Territories (fictional country related to stamp collecting)
- Army Cadet Fitness Test (Canada)
- Army Combat Fitness Test (US DoD)
- Arun Children & Families Trust (UK)
- Aviation Procurement, Army
- ASEAN-China Free Trade Area
- Advanced Communication Function, Telecommunications Access Method
- AC Fine Test Dust
- Air Cleaner Fine Test Dust
- Aircraft Location Product
Samples in periodicals archive:
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY * Following 9/11 companies of all sizes increased their purchases of business aircraft to make travel easier and more convenient for employees and executives.
Bogosian, deputy assistant secretary of commerce for transportation and machinery, testified that "the United States is no longer the world's predominant supplier of large civil aircraft, having lost that mantle last year when Airbus delivered more aircraft than Boeing after three consecutive years of winning the majority of new aircraft orders.
On 1 April 2000, the Naval Force Aircraft Test Squadron celebrated its 25th anniversary.
Headlines such as "Four Found in Plane Wreckage in Arkansas"' and "Small Plane Crashes in New Mexico"  often appear in newspapers nationwide and represent just a few of the thousands of small aircraft accidents that face law enforcement today.
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