ATLA

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AcronymDefinition
ATLAAssociation of Trial Lawyers of America
ATLAAmerican Trial Lawyers Association
ATLAAmerican Theological Library Association
ATLAAvatar: The Last Airbender (TV show)
ATLAAssociation de la Transformation Laitière Française (French: Association of French Dairy Processing)
ATLAAccess to Learning Award (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)
ATLAAnother Three-Letter Acronym
ATLAAir Transport Licensing Authority (Hong Kong)
ATLAAssociation of Teachers of Lipreading to Adults
ATLAAssociação Terra Laranjeiras (Portuguese: Laranjeiras Land Association; Laranjeiras, Brazil)
ATLAArmy Top Level Architecture
ATLAAdult T-Cell Leukemia Virus-Associated Antibody
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By contrast, Cobalt's operating license, which was revoked by the Air Transport Licensing Authority, relates to the commercial aspect of its operations.
Cyprus' Air Transport Licensing Authority (ATLA) decided to revoke Cobalt's operating license, senior transport ministry official Alecos Michaelides said.
Hong Kong's Air Transport Licensing Authority ruled in April 2003 that Cathay Pacific could fly to three mainland cities - Beijing, Shanghai and Xiamen.
The Air Transport Licensing Authority (ATLA) in Hong Kong said it has decided to allow Cathay Pacific to run three daily flights each to Shanghai and Beijing, and three flights a week to Xiamen, for a period of five years with effect from Thursday.
However the Air Transport Licensing Authority (ATLA) has the authority to "suspend or revoke the licence if they are no longer satisfied that the air carrier can meet its actual and potential obligations for a 12-month period" and will continue to monitor the situation at Eurocypria closely.
A Dragonair spokesperson has revealed that the carrier has decided not to appeal a ruling by the Air Transport Licensing Authority in April 2003 that allowed Cathay Pacific to fly to the mainland cities of Beijing, Shanghai and Xiamen.
STATE-OWNED airline Eurocypria appears to have passed the first of two crucial survival tests, by retaining its operating license at a meeting of the Air Transport Licensing Authority (ATLA) yesterday.
Following a drawn-out and bitter dispute between the two carriers, Hong Kong's Air Transport Licensing Authority ruled in April 2003 that Cathay Pacific could fly to the three mainland cities of Shanghai, Beijing and Xiamen.
Rival Hong Kong carrier Dragonair already flies to the three cities and had urged Hong Kong's Air Transport Licensing Authority not to grant the licence.
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