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What does WAK stand for?
WAK stands for Wings of Alaska (est. 1982; airline)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 4 other meanings of WAK in our Acronym Attic
- Washington Alliance Japanese Church (Rockville, MD)
- Washington Association of Juvenile Court Administrators
- W Alton Jones Foundation (now dissolved)
- Workers Against Job Killing Rules (political committee; Olympia, WA)
- West African Journal of Medicine (West African College of Physicians and West African College of Surgeons)
- Wet Arbeidsongeschiktheidsvoorziening Jonggehandicapten (Dutch)
- Wisconsin Association of Job Training Executives
- Wall-Associated Kinase
- Wandelclub Al Kontent (Dutch walking club)
- Wearable Artificial Kidney
- Wireless Access Kit
- Wall-Associated Receptor Kinase
- Wall-Associated Kinase 5 (protein)
- World Adult Kickball Association
- Westdeutscher ADAC Kart Cup (German: West German ADAC Kart Cup)
- Whatcom Association of Kayak Enthusiasts (Bellingham, WA)
- Word Auto Key Encryption (cipher)
- Warszawski Akademicki Klub Kajakowy (Polish: Warsaw University Kayak Club)
- Wall Associated Kinase-Like 1
- Weight Adjusted K-Nearest Neighbor (algorithm)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Clough is a commercial pilot for Wings of Alaska in Juneau and a former deputy commissioner of the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development.
Wings of Alaska provides charter and scheduled passenger service in Southeast, while Bering Air serves a variety of Bush communities, in addition to providing charter service to the Russian Far East.
For example, a round-trip ticket from Skagway to Juneau on Wings of Alaska Airlines (45-minute ride) is $210 at press time, and a ferry ticket is $100.
In 2002, the company split into two entities, Wings of Alaska and Wings Airways, which provides services for the cruise ship industry, as well as flights to the Juneau Icefield and Taku Glacier Lodge.
Sitting in his office atop the airline hangar, Wings of Alaska President Bob Jacobsen is surrounded with images of flight.