ADAC

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AcronymDefinition
ADACAbu Dhabi Airports Company (United Arab Emirates)
ADACAllgemeiner Deutscher Automobil Club (German automobile club)
ADACAllgemeiner Deutscher Auto Club
ADACAdvances in Data Analysis and Classification (Springer publication)
ADACAsociación para el Desarrollo de la Alcarria y la Campiña (Spanish: Association for Development of Alcarria and the Countryside)
ADACAboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council
ADACAlcohol and Drug Abuse Council
ADACAnxiety Disorders Association of Canada
ADACAsset Design as Constructed (data specification; Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia)
ADACActive Directory Administrative Center (Microsoft)
ADACAcadémie des Arts de Combat (French: Academy of Combat Arts; self-defense training)
ADACArt Directors and Artists Club (Sacramento, California)
ADACAstronomical Data Analysis Center
ADACAsociación para las Deficiencias Que Afectan al Crecimiento y al Desarrollo
ADACAttitude Determination and Control (System)
ADACAssociation pour la Diffusion des Arts et Connaissances (French: Association for the Dissemination of Knowledge and Arts; Belgium)
ADACAlabama Disabilities Action Coalition
ADACAssociation des Artistes Châtillonnais (French: Châtillonnais Artists' Association)
ADACAerial Departure Arrival Control
ADACAffordable Database and Computer Programming (Shasta Lake, CA)
ADACAdenosine Amine Congener
ADACAssociation pour le Développement de l'Action Culturelle (French: Cultural Action Development Association)
ADACAcoustic Data Analysis Center (US Army)
ADACAmerican Denturist Advocacy Council
ADACAccelerated Durability Assessment Configuration
ADACAsociación de Damas Católicas (Guatemala)
ADACAll-Digital Attack Center
ADACAutomatic Direct Analog Computer
ADACAltrincham & District Sporting Club (UK)
ADACAmateurs Dauphinois d'Automobiles de Collection (French automobile collectors' club)
ADACArmy Defense Ammunition Center
ADACAudience Development Advisory Committee (BPA)
ADACAmmunition Descriptive Asset Code
ADACAccompagner, Dynamiser, Agir, Créer (French: Accompany, Encourage, Act, Create)
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Previously Mr Douglas has held senior positions in the UAE, most notably as CEO of Abu Dhabi Airports Company and as CEO of Abu Dhabi Ports Company where he was responsible for the successful delivery of Khalifa Port.
Abu Dhabi Airports Company has entered a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Seychelles Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Transport for further discussions on the way Abu Dhabi Airports will develop the countrys international airport on the island of Mahe.
Summary: Abu Dhabi Airports Company to sponsor national teams and club competitions
Abu Dhabi Airports Company is spending Dh1.5 billion to upgrade the existing facilities at its main airport in order to enhance its operational efficiency to better manage increasing traffic loads, as the capital city becomes a tourist and business hub.
It is being hosted by Abu Dhabi Airports Company (Adac), Etihad Airways and Abu Dhabi Convention Bureau, who have estimated the conference will deliver a direct economic impact of Dh4.8 million ($1.3 million) to the emirate, it said.
Formerly part of Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC), the three companies, Abu Dhabi Airport Services (ADAS), Abu Dhabi In-Flight Catering (ADIFC), and Abu Dhabi Cargo Company (ADCC), are being incorporated, subject to receipt of regulatory approvals, into Etihad Airport Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Etihad Airways.
Abu Dhabi Airports Company is seeking expressions of interest from qualified contractors for the expansion of the baggage reclaim area at Terminal 1 of Abu Dhabi International Airport (ADIA).
Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) said the show also saw a 30 per cent increase in attendance, with 13,000 visitors and 160 exhibitors taking part.
Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) today announced that Abu Dhabi International Airport (ADIA) saw a 15% year on year increase in passenger traffic during the month of April, with a total of 996,000 passengers travelling through the Capital's airport last month.
The United Arab Emirates capital's airport handled more than 2.8 million passengers in the first quarter this year, a statement from Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) said.
ABU DHABI Airports Company (ADAC), which operates the emirate's five airports, aims for Emiratis to make up 30 per cent of its workforce by December 2011.
Abu Dhabi Airports Company, a UAE-based owner and operator of five airports, has announced a contract with SITA, an aviation IT specialist.