ATO

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ATOAustralian Taxation Office
ATOAlpha Tau Omega
ATOAir Traffic Organization (FAA)
ATOAtco (Amtrak station code; Atco, NJ)
ATOArsenic Trioxide (chemotherapy)
ATOAuthorization to Operate
ATOAnti-Terrorist Operation (Ukraine)
ATOArab Towns Organization
ATOAmbito Territoriale Ottimale (Italy)
ATOAssemble To Order
ATOAuthority to Operate
ATOAccredited Training Organisation
ATOApproved Training Organization
ATOAir Tasking Order
ATOAntimony Tin Oxide
ATOAviation Training Organization (various organizations)
ATOAtmos Energy Corporation (stock symbol)
ATOAutomatic Top Off System (water level controller)
ATOAutomatic Train Operation (for rail signaling systems)
ATOAbort To Orbit (Shuttle)
ATOAir Transportation Office (Philippines)
ATOAdvanced Technology Office (US DARPA)
ATOApproval to Operate
ATOAgency Tender Official (US Army)
ATOAthens Ohio (airport code)
ATOAir Traffic Operations
ATOArmy Technology Objective (formerly Science and Technology Objective)
ATOAborted Take-Off (aviation)
ATOAntimony Trioxide
ATOAsset Turnover
ATOAmmunition Technical Officer
ATOAnti-Terrorism Officer
ATOAll Things Organic
ATOAnkara Ticaret Odasi
ATOAfter the Order (band)
ATOAustria Ticket Online
ATOAlternative Trading Organization (fair trade organization)
ATOAfrican Timber Organisation
ATOAfloat Training Organization
ATOAuthorization to Offer
ATOAssisted Takeoff
ATOAdministrative Time Off
ATOAirport Ticket Office
ATOAirborne Tactical Officer
ATOArea Training Officer
ATOActual Time Over
ATOAutomatic Take Off (dairy industry)
ATOAfter a Time Out (sports)
ATOAnkara Tabip Odasi
ATOAt Time of Order (purchasing)
ATOAccount Take Over
ATOAssist the Officer Foundation (Dallas, Texas USA)
ATOAutomatic Turn-On
ATOAlternative Treatment Order
ATOAuthorized Time Off
ATOAircraft Transfer Order
ATOAntarctic Terminal Operations
ATOArea of Tactical Operations
ATOAir Tasking Officer
ATOAfghanistan Theater of Operations
ATOAdministrative and Training Officer (Office of Emergency Preparedness)
ATOAchilles Tendon Operation
ATOAnalog Tandem Office
ATOAddress (Complete) Time Out (Telcordia)
ATOAnti-Tyranny Organization
ATOAtmosphere Over Pressure
ATOAviation Transportation Officer
ATOATCCS Test Office
ATOAdvanced Technology Offerings (OSF)
ATOAuthorized Task Order
ATOAdvisory Title Officer
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1985 Following an aborted take-off, a British Airtours Boeing 737 burst into flames on the runway at Manchester Airport, killing 55.
In a statement to the Mirror yesterday evening, Stansted Airport said: "Flights at London Stansted are currently suspended due to an aircraft on the runway following an aborted take-off just after 20.00 due to a suspected engine problem.
Eight people suffered minor injuries during an aborted take-off at London Stansted Airport, causing flights to be suspended for around three hours.Crew on the Laudamotion flight to Vienna suspected engine problems on the runway shortly after 8:00 pm (2000 GMT) on Friday.
Last night, Stansted Airport said in a statement to The Mirror: "Flights at London Stansted are currently suspended due to an aircraft on the runway following an aborted take-off just after 20.00 due to a suspected engine problem.
The pilots of the Jet Airways mistook a taxiway for a runway, leading to the skidding of the aircraft onto an unpaved area at Riyadh airport following an aborted take-off on August 3.
The incident occurred on August 3 when Flight 9W-523, bound for Mumbai, aborted take-off and departed the runway at the King Khalid International Airport in the Saudi Arabian capital, a report in Economic Times said.
Summary: The incident occurred early on Friday when Flight 9W-523 aborted take-off and departed the runway at the King Khalid International Airport
Both CEETs will be fitted with SEPTRE, EDM's industry-leading audio-visual system that delivers even higher levels of cabin crew training through the provision of pre-programmed emergency scenarios such as aborted take-off, engine fire, gear collapse, ditching and decompression.
After an aborted take-off at Riga, the Boeing 737 failed to stop within the length of the runway.
BA captain Chris Henkey, 63, was on his penultimate flight when he aborted take-off, and ordered the evacuation of the plane.
The closest the plane came to being in trouble, he said, was three months ago when the pilot aborted take-off halfway through because of a system error.