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AOEAge Of Empires (Microsoft game)
AOEATA Over Ethernet (Storage Area Network Protocol)
AOEArea of Effect (gaming)
AOEAge of Extinction (Transformers movie)
AOEAge of Empires (game)
AOEThe Art of Electronics (book)
AOEFast Combat Support Ship
AOEArising out of Employment (workers' compensation)
AOEAssociation of Engineers (India)
AOEAlpha Omega Epsilon (engineering sorority)
AOEAnywhere on Earth (calendar designation)
AOEAta over Ethernet
AOEAsk at Order Entry (healthcare)
AOEAirport of Entry
AOEArrow Energy NL (Brisbane, Qld, Australia; stock symbol)
AOEAcute Otitis Externa (swimmer's ear)
AOEAmerican Orient Express
AOEArmy Of Excellence
AOEArea of Emphasis
AOEAnnual Operating Expense (various locations)
AOEApplication Operating Environment
AOEAces Over Europe (flight simulation game)
AOEAlberta Order of Excellence
AOEAsia Optical Fiber Communication & Optoelectronic Exposition & Conference
AOEArea of Eligibility
AOEAlpha Omega Electronics (West Chester, PA)
AOEAngels on Earth
AOEApproach Outdoor Education (Canada)
AOEAutomatic Overwing Exit (aircraft)
AOEAutomotive Original Equipment
AOEAeronautical Obstacle Environment
AOEAuditing Order Error
AOEAmmunition Oiler Equipment
AOEAvenir Ouest Energie (French energy consultancy)
AOEAll of Enemies
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Once you're ready to leave on your border-crossing flight, while you won't need to leave from an airport of entry in the U.S., you will need to land at an airport of entry in your destination country in order to clear Customs.
Section 4 of the draft CAO also sought a P30,000 aircraft supervision fee that the BOC can charge from airlines or their agents 'for every aircraft engaged in foreign commerce that landed and departed from an international airport of entry and where customs services are rendered.'
Also, Section 4 of the draft order sought a P30,000 aircraft supervision fee that the BOC can charge from airlines or their agents 'for every aircraft engaged in foreign commerce that landed and departed from an international airport of entry and where customs services are rendered,' the PTAA added.
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