ACAS

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AcronymDefinition
ACASAdvisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (UK)
ACASAssured Compliance Assessment Solution (software; US DoD)
ACASAirborne Collision Avoidance System
ACASAutomotive Collision Avoidance Systems
ACASApplication Control Architecture Services
ACASAmerican Capital Strategies, Ltd
ACASAsymptomatic Carotid Atherosclerosis Study
ACASAssociation of Concerned Africa Scholars
ACASAsian Community AIDS Services
ACASAssociate of the Casualty Actuarial Society
ACASAged Care Assessment Service (Australia)
ACASAircraft Collision Avoidance System
ACASAcetyl-Coenzyme A Synthetase (enzyme)
ACASArizonans Concerned about Smoking
ACASAir Collision Avoidance System
ACASApplication Control Architecture Services (DEC)
ACASAssistant Chief of Air Staff
ACASAboriginal Children's Advancement Society
ACASAcute Community-Acquired Sinusitis (disorder)
ACASAmerican Correctional Association Standards
ACASAssociation for Critical Animal Studies
ACASAutomatic Collision Avoidance System
ACASAustralian Crop Accreditation System
ACASAfro-Cuban All Stars
ACASAdherent Cell Analysis and Sorting
ACASAssociate Contracting Assistance Specialist
ACASAppleton Central Alternative School
ACASAmerican College of Applied Science (Crescent City, FL)
ACASAdvanced Close Air Support
ACASAutomated Cable Analyzer System
ACASAUTOVON Central Alarm System
ACASAlarm Control and Annunciator Station
ACASArmy Commissary Automated System
ACASAutomated Circuit Assurance, Short
ACASAutomated Commissary Accounting System
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The suite of products for Wizz Air also includes Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS), Airborne Collision Avoidance System (ACAS II) with ADS-B and Mode S; Quantum Line of Communication and Navigation equipment (CNS); Air Data Inertial Reference System (ADIRS); Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELTs); Solid State Flight Data Recorder (SSFDR) and Solid State Cockpit Voice Recorder (SSCVR); and the Flight Management System (FMS).
However, Eurocontrol last night said both aircraft were ``well within limits'' of the new elevation system, adding that both planes were equipped with airborne collision avoidance systems.
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