The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on the European Commission, EU member states and Europe s Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) to ensure that Functional Airspace Blocks (FABs) are delivering real results.
What does FAB stand for?
FAB stands for Functional Airspace Block (Single European Sky)
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We have 272 other meanings of FAB in our Acronym Attic
- Frequency Allocation Board (Pakistan)
- Frequency Availability Broadcast
- Fresh Air Base (deep mine rescue)
- Freshman Advisory Board (student organization)
- Friendship across Borders (Germany)
- Fuel Air Bomb
- Fugasnaya Awiatsyonna Bomba (Russian Federation Air Force series of general purpose freefall iron bmbs)
- Fulfillment, Assurance, and Billing (operational process areas for Telecommunication Service Providers)
- Fully Acknowledged Broadcast (Thunderbirds TV series)
- Fully Advised and Briefed (Thunderbirds TV show)
- Fundación Amigos de los Bosques
- FURY (Fellowship of United Reformed Youth) Advisory Board
- Futures After Birth (UK program for teen parents)
- Fabrication Isometric
- First Allo BMT for Acute Myelogenous Leukemia
- Family of Advanced Beyond-Line-of-Sight Terminals
- Federation of Asian Biotech Associations
- Financial and Business Assistance (Iowa Department of Natural Resources)
- Florida Association for Behavior Analysis
- For Artists, By Artists (artists' group; Memphis, TN)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Romania's Senate has approved the ratification of a Romanian-Bulgarian agreement on the establishment of a common Functional Airspace Block (FAB).
Evaluation of Functional Airspace Block (FAB) Initiatives and Their Contribution to Performance Improvement.
He is also chair of the strategic board of air navigation service providers in the Functional Airspace Block Europe Central, FABEC.
Aug 26, 2010 European Commission European Commission regulators have appointed a co-ordinator to assist the development of functional airspace blocks as part of the restructuring of the continent's air traffic control networks to meet the 4 December 2012 Single European Sky deadline.
Aug 27, 2010 European Commission European Commission regulators have appointed a co-ordinator to assist the development of functional airspace blocks as part of the restructuring of the continent's air traffic control networks to meet the 4 December 2012 Single European Sky deadline.
The authorities have recently completed two years of UK-Ireland functional airspace block (FAB) which has saved 14,800 tonnes of fuel in 2009, and 46,800 tonnes of C02.
In particular, a council communique agreed to back: * Creating a crisis coordination unit for the EU air industry; * Nominating a 'functional airspace blocks coordinator' under the single sky regime and "accelerating implementation" of the functional airspace blocks system; * Appointing a European aviation single sky network manager this year; * Adopting this summer 2010 the proposed single sky 'performance scheme'; * Bringing forward to next year the implementation of new roles for the European Air Safety Agency, particularly on ATM; and * Adopting an SESAR deployment strategy this year.