ABZ

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ABZAlbendazole (drug)
ABZAberdeen Airport (airport code; Scotland, UK)
ABZAmbulanza (Italian: Ambulance)
ABZAsian Boyz (street gang in Long Beach, California)
ABZAberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom - Dyce (Airport Code)
ABZAlgemeen Bestuurlijke Zaken (Dutch: General Administrative Affairs; Netherlands)
ABZAbstract State Machines, B and Z (Conference)
ABZAnterior Border Zone
ABZAl, Bill, and Zorn Manufacturing, Inc.
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Kay Ryan, commercial director at Loganair, said: "we're delighted to be further strengthening our hub at Aberdeen Airport, complementing our existing network in the north-east.
Travel Business Review-September 3, 2019--Loganair announces new flights from Aberdeen Airport to Newcastle and Norwich
Jamie McGowan, Managing Director of Essence of Harris, said: 'As a growing Scottish brand, we are always eager to take our Hebridean products to consumers near and far, and to be in an international hub like Aberdeen Airport was an opportunity we were delighted to accept.
Jamie McGowan, managing director of Essence of Harris, said: "As a growing Scottish brand, we are always eager to take our Hebridean products to consumers near and far, and to be in an international hub like Aberdeen Airport was an opportunity we were delighted to accept.
A spokesman for Glasgow and Aberdeen airport owner AGS Airports said: "All our contingency teams are trained and certified to the same UK standards as our own staff."
Unite regional industrial officer Shauna Wright said: "Unite members at Aberdeen Airport will join those at Glasgow Airport taking industrial action to fight against this co-ordinated attack by AGS on our members' pension scheme.
Aberdeen Airport has followed in the footsteps of Glasgow by introducing a takeaway food service for flyers.
Shauna Wright, Unite regional industrial officer in Aberdeen, said the "derisory" pay offer by Aberdeen Airport and the proposed closure of the final salary pension were a shameful attack on the workforce."
three for Glasgow Airport Fire Service and two for Aberdeen Airport Fire Service Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service have ordered 15 of Rosenbauer's 12-tonne Compact Line firefighting trucks.
Travellers on a Thomson Airways service had been stranded at Aberdeen Airport since Thursday morning after a technical issue with the aircraft.
A FlyBe spokesperson told the Express: "Flybe confirms that the above flight returned from airborne to Aberdeen airport this morning after a passenger on board became unwell.
NATS have agreed to provide the service remotely from Aberdeen Airport the world s busiest airport for five years, until 2020.
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