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AcronymDefinition
AEROAeronautics
AEROAerospace
AEROAviation Industry (internet domain name)
AEROAlternative Education Resource Organization (Roslyn Heights, NY)
AEROAeropostle (retail)
AEROAuthentic, Energetic, Reflective and Open (Microsoft Windows Vista)
AEROAmerican Education Reaches Out (Project)
AEROAdvanced Engineering Research Organization (government contractors)
AEROAssociation for Excellence in Reactor Operations
AEROAlabama Emergency Medical Services Region One (Huntsville, AL)
AEROAerospace Education and Research Organization (University of Tennessee)
AEROAerospace, Education, Research & Operations Institute (Palmdale, CA)
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MTU Aero Engines AG has been listed on the Deutsche Borse Prime Standard since June 6, 2005 and was admitted to the MDAX mid-cap index on September 19, 2005.
Apex Aero is a market leader in the provision of next generation aftermarket services.
Each panel is created using the technologically advanced superforming process synonymous with modern Morgans, before being hand-finished and transformed into Aero GT panels.
Each Aero GT will be built with Morgan's latest adjustable suspension and come with manual transmission.
The Aero GT is priced from PS120,000 and had its world debut only a month ago at the Geneva Motor Show where it was revealed alongside the Plus 8 50 Anniversary - another limited run model of which 50 will be produced.
Steve Morris, Morgan managing director, said: "Every Morgan is built to an exacting specification and is bespoke to each customer and the first Aero GT off the production line looks superb in every way.
Asghar Khan Trophy for the Best in Aero Space Technology was awarded to Talha Awais, while Nur Khan Trophy for the Best in Avionics Technology and Chief of the Air Staff Trophy for the Overall Best Performance were awarded to Waqas Hayat.
The former Vac Aero subsidiary has a range of customer approvals and will continue to serve key customers in Europe including UTC, Pratt and Whitney and Siemens.
"With the combined technology of Pratt & Whitney, Japanese Aero Engines Corporation and MTU Aero Engines, we know that we are powering and maintaining our aircraft with one of the best options on the market."
After a career spanning four decades, the last Alvis aero engines in military service were retired in 1988, an event which decisively marked the end of the company's aero engine adventure.
Among the lineup of products on display at the show will be the recently introduced AERO.2000 Audio/Loudness Manager.Offering AEROMAX loudness control, UPMAX II upmixing, and optional Dolby encoding/decoding, AERO.2000 supports up to 16 channels of audio in two independent instances (5.1+2+Local and 2+2+Local) providing a high degree of program flexibility.