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What does QAC stand for?

QAC stands for Qatar Aeronautical College (est. 1975; Doha, Qatar)

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The current airport, Doha International, will be set apart for the use of the military, Gulf Helicopters and Qatar Aeronautical College with the new Hamad International Airport beginning operational, said Civil Aviation Authority chairman and managing director, HE Abdul Aziz al-Noaimi.
The participating institutions were Academic Bridge Program (Observers), Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMUQ), College of North Atlantic Qatar (CNAQ), Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar, Qatar University (QU), Qatar Aeronautical College (Observers), Stenden University Qatar (SUQ), Texas A&M University at Qatar (TAMUQ) and Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar (WCMCQ).
Officials said a small fire broke out in the Qatar Aeronautical College, while messages on social media said another was doused at the Fatima Bint Al Mogeera school in Doha.
Having completed their studies at the Qatar Aeronautical College, the group - comprising 22 aircraft maintenance engineers and 16 cadet pilots - will now embark on a full-time career at the award-winning carrier.
VELOSI certification is a trusted partner by many of the highly prestigious clients within Qatar and the Middle East such as Qatargas, Al Jazeera Networks, ASPIRE, the Qatar Ministry of Interior, the Qatar Aeronautical College and many other clients.
The creation of the QRNSP follows ongoing collaboration with the Qatar Aeronautical College since 1997 when Qatar Airways embarked on a series of programmes designed for Qatari pilots and engineers with millions of riyals invested in recruiting cadets and engineering students, training them to become the best in their field.