CAAV

AcronymDefinition
CAAVCivil Aviation Administration of Vietnam
CAAVCentral Association of Agricultural Valuers (UK)
CAAVBanque Crédit Agricole Atlantique Vendée (French: Vendée Atlantic Agricultural Credit Bank; Vendée, France)
CAAVCivil Aviation Authority of Vietnam
CAAVClub des Anciennes Automobiles Varoises (French classic automobile club)
CAAVCoordinated Action against Violence (New York, NY)
CAAVChinese Agkistrodon Acutus Venom
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The CAAV wants to entrust the work inside the airport to the Vietnam Airlines Corporation, meaning the carrier has to mobilize the resources needed to build the runways and terminal.
It's not part-time farming, it's multi-faceted earning," said CAAV secretary Jeremy Moody.
We are working hard to closely monitor flight activities and ensure air safety in the airspace managed by Vietnam," CAAV said, according to Tuoi Tre News.
Terminal capacity was increased to 4 million passengers annually in 2001 and the CAAV plans to further increase it to 6 million by 2010.
James Dick, junior vice-president at CAAV, said: "Jonathan, with the help of the committee, has done a tremendous amount of work over the past year, working proactively to arrange a number of events across our region.
The CAAV is apparently also planning a new terminal at the Da Nang airport so that it can handle up to 4m passengers per year.
I have personally been a member of the CAAV for 20 years.
The CAAV Director Joseph Niel further said, "While CAAV has been working with AVL on a continuous basis to deal with this situation, including applying appropriate repairs to patches while seeking avenues to have the whole runway resurfaced and/or repaired fully, this latest action by Air NZ has prompted respective authorities to increase their actions and exert more control on the situation.
FEATHER IN HIS CAP: Jonathan Davies, new president of South Wales and Monmouthshire CAAV
The funds will help CAAV to improve its information systems and training, AsiaPulse reported.
Three Counties CLA regional secretary Mr Geoffrey Hopton commented: "We are delighted the CAAV survey has provided hard evidence to vindicate our belief that the 1995 Act is really working for the benefit of the farming industry and the rural economy.
Also set to speak will be Neil Robson, partner and head of the property department at Ward Hadaway; Rob Hindle, director at Rural Solutions; Calum Gillhespy, director at GSC Grays; and Kate Russell of the CAAV (The Central Association of Agricultural Valuers).