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Aeronautical Abbreviations and Acronyms by Jorge Algara

By Jorge Algara

when you are a Pilot, Avionics Engineer, Airline government, Mechanic, or perhaps simply an Aeronautics fanatic, a person who's concerning aviation has had a "What does this mean?" second taking a look at an abbreviation or acronym. occasionally we see them in a rfile, others in a chart or a caution demonstrate. the purpose is that after this occurs, we can have to look ten or extra books to determine the that means (if present in any in any respect) and virtually by no means be aware of the place to start.
This compilation comprises over 10,000 entries originating from all form of manuals, books, lists, studies, magazines, and so on. evidently it doesn't have all of the abbreviations in use simply because there are such a lot of assets, however it has the most typical and worthy phrases amassed from Jeppesen, METAR, TAF, Airbus, Boeing, Avionics Manuals and lots of extra Aeronautical literature worldwide.

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