uk Travel Business Review - 23 April 2012 American Airlines, a subsidiary of US-based holding company, AMR Corporation (NYSE: AMR), has announced a new service between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Miami International Airport, in US.
What does Sea-Tac stand for?
Sea-Tac stands for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (also seen as SEATAC)
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- Systems Evaluation Area
- NAVSEA (Naval Sea Systems Command) Chief Engineer for Logistics
- NAVSEA (Naval Sea Systems Command) Chief Engineer for Logistics, Technical Data Division
- South East Asia Influenza Clinical Research Network
- Seaborne Expeditionary Assets for Littoral Access Necessary in Contested Environments (US Navy)
- S. Aureus and Staphylococcal Enterotoxins A and B
- South East Asia Architecture Students Ideas Platform
- South-East Asia Earthquake and Tsunami (blog)
- Système Enzymatique Anti-Infection (French: Enzymatic Anti-Infection System)
- South East Asia, Middle East, Western Europe (fiber optic connections)
- Seattle/Tacoma International Airport (aviation)
- Secondary Education Association of Australia
- Secretaria de Estado da Agricultura e da Alimentação (Portugal)
- Sequoia Electronic Arts Academy
- Sindh Educational Associations Alliance (India)
- Social Education Association of Australia
- Social Educators Association of Australia
- Social Enterprise Alumni Association
- Society for East Asian Anthropology (American Anthropological Association)
- Society for East Asian Archaeology
Samples in periodicals archive:
The airline, in cooperation with the Port of Seattle, aircraft manufacturer Boeing (NYSE:BA) and other airlines serving the airport, is seeking approval for the procedures from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which could end up being used by all properly equipped carriers at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
The control tower at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport did not respond to airplane traffic for 25 minutes on April 11.
No one was injured and no fire was detected when Flight 809, which left San Francisco earlier in the day for the Kansai International Airport, landed at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport at 3:10 p.