The Coalition of Airline Pilots Associations had also spoken out strongly against the move.
What does CAPA stand for?
CAPA stands for Coalition of Airline Pilots Associations
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- Certified Accounts Payable Association (International Accounts Payable Professionals)
- Certified Ambulatory Perianesthesia Nurse
- Certified Automotive Parts Association
- Chapter of the American Payroll Association (various locations)
- Chicago Association for the Performing Arts
- Child Abduction Prevention Act
- Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness (Hillsdale, MI)
- Choice and Partnership Approach (various locations)
- Clinical Advisory Pharmacists Association (New Zealand)
- Coalition Against Psychiatric Assault (Canada)
- Columbus Association for the Performing Arts (New Haven, CT)
- Combat Aircraft Parking Area (US DoD)
- Commission Administrative Paritaire Académique (French: Joint Academic Administrative Committee)
- Communauté d'Agglomération du Pays Ajaccien (French: Agglomeration Community of Ajaccio; Ajaccio, France)
- Community Alternative for Persons with Autism (Washington)
- Complimentary Allocated Pit Addressing
- Computer Aided Problem Analysis
- Computer Assisted Personalized Approach
- Confederation of Asian and Pacific Accountants
- Contemporary American Poetry Archive
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Shilling - a spokesman for the Coalition of Airline Pilots Associations - claims that since 11 September 2001 his cargo has never been inspected once.
The Coalition of Airline Pilots Associations, a group of airline pilot unions in the US, has called on the Transportation Security Administration to implement the smart card programme.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD The Coalition of Airline Pilots Associations, which represents about 26,500 commercial pilots in the United States, has petitioned a US federal court to intervene in a lawsuit regarding the Federal Aviation Administration's interpretation of a rule prohibiting pilots from being on duty for more than 16 hours per day.