Eco-Prime military primers and DESOTHANE[R] HS military and defense topcoats were used to create the white, red, and glossy black color scheme that met the original Federal Aviation Administration requirements.
What does FAAR stand for?
FAAR stands for Federal Aviation Administration Requirement(s)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 16 other meanings of FAAR in our Acronym Attic
- Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
- Fellow of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine
- Fellow of the Australian Association of Practice Managers
- Fellow, American Academy of Pain Management
- Fellow of the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Forum of African and Arab Parliamentarians on Population and Development
- Field Artillery Ammunition Processing System
- Fédération des Astronomes Amateurs du Québec (French: Amateur Astronomers Federation of Quebec; Quebec, Canada)
- Frequently Asked Anticipated Questions
- Fatty Acid-Activated Receptor
- Fellow of the American Academy of Rome
- Finnish Association for Aerosol Research (est. 1983)
- Flint Area Association of Realtors (Flint, Michigan)
- Forward Area Alerting Radar
- Fellowship of the American Association for Respiratory Care
- Family Allergy and Asthma Research Institute (Louisville, KY)
- Forward Area Arming and Refuel Point
- Future After Action Review System (Force-on-Force Modeling & Simulation)
- Federated Authentication & Authorization Service (Shell)
- Fédération des Anciens et Adultes du Scoutisme Français (French: Veterans and Adults French Scouting Association)
Samples in periodicals archive:
One expert said the Lexington airport's lighting and signs are deficient, but officials say the airport exceeds Federal Aviation Administration requirements.
I have long advocated for the phaseout, but it needs to be done in a manner that meets Federal Aviation Administration requirements and respects the needs of owners and operators.
Marked as the first remotely piloted aircraft that will eventually meet Federal Aviation Administration requirements for flights in civilian air space, Altair has a fault-tolerant, dual-architecture flight control system and triple redundant avionics to increase reliability.
In the past, pilots have had the edge because extensive training and Federal Aviation Administration requirements make it difficult to immediately replace them.