AOPA


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AcronymDefinition
AOPAAircraft Owners and Pilots Association
AOPAAmerican Orthotic and Prosthetic Association
AOPAAdministrative Orders and Procedures Act (India)
AOPAAlberta Organic Producers Association (Canada)
AOPAAgricultural Operations Practices Act
AOPAAccolade of Outstanding Photographic Achievement (Wedding & Portrait Photographers International)
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For eight decades, AOPA has been a leading advocate in the aviation community, educating the public and members of congress about the many important issues facing our Nations general aviation pilots, Duckworth said.
AOPA is a Frederick, Md.-based aerospace specific association focusing on the needs of aircraft owners, renters, CFI or aviation business operators.
The 2018 awards were drawn from flight students and pilots who voluntarily reviewed their flight training experience last summer through an AOPA online customer satisfaction survey.
AOPA's aviation STEM curriculum is the first-of-its-kind, and will offer students comprehensive, four-year aviation study options aligned with rigorous math and science standards used in many states nationwide.
In addition to our work with AOPA, ACTE is making strides to connect with business and industry in a number of ways.
AeroVenture Institute received their awards at the AOPA National Headquarters in Frederick, Maryland, on Oct.
Launching the AOPA UAE today marks a significant milestone for aviation in the UAE in general and for Abu Dhabi as a leader in the industry."
A representative from the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) also discussed the industry's perspective on general aviation security and outlined the Airport Watch Program, which AOPA developed in conjunction with the federal government to help pilots and general aviation operators recognize potential threats and report suspicious behavior.
AOPA Max Karant Awards for Excellence in Aviation Coverage
People planning to fly are asked to register at www.aopa.co.uk so AOPA can calculate the mass of aircraft and number of people in the air.
The final rule instead adopted a proposal presented by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA).