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AQAdventure Quest (online game)
AQAir Quality
AQl'Aquila (Italy)
AQAdvanced Queuing (trademark of Oracle)
AQAcquisition
AQAntarctica (top level domain name)
AQAmerican Samoa
AQAqueous
AQAnthraquinone (chemical compound)
AQAquinas College
AQAl-Qaida (terrorist group)
AQAqua (blue-green color)
AQAhn'qiraj (gaming instance, World of Warcraft)
AQAloha Airlines
AQAutomatic Qualifying (sports)
AQAnnual Quantity (UK; gas production)
AQAmerican Quarterly (American Studies Association Journal)
AQAphasia Quotient (language impairment measurement)
AQAssurance Qualité (French: Quality Assurance)
AQAs Quoted (market price)
AQAccomplishment Quotient (measurement)
AQAminoquinoline (chemistry)
AQAction Quake (gaming team)
AQAircraft Quality (steel)
AQAlliance Quebec (Canadian English Rights Lobby Group)
AQAchievement Quotient
AQApplication Question
AQAnnual Questionnaire
AQArchitectural Quality
AQAcoustic Quantification
AQAccumulator-Quotient Register
AQAcquisitions Directorate (USAF)
AQAccess Queue
AQAllowance Quantity
AQ(USN Rating) Aviation Fire Control Technician
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Aloha Airlines will launch daily flights from San Diego to Kauai and Kona on Jan.
Aloha Airlines flights to Hawai'i depart non-stop from convenient airports in Burbank, Orange County, Oakland and Vancouver; and direct flights from Phoenix, Las Vegas and Sacramento.
The airlines currently perform inspections adequately, in line with the Aging Aircraft Program set up after the Aloha Airlines incident.
A Honolulu judge has temporarily blocked an effort by Mesa Air Group to re-brand its inter-island carrier as Aloha Airlines.
Under the terms of the settlement Mesa will: make a cash payment of USD2m; issue shares of Mesa common stock equal to 10% of its currently outstanding shares; and provide certain Hawaiian inter-island travel benefits to the former employees of Aloha Airlines.
Aloha Airlines claimed IBM's system will enable it to provide a highly competitive level of service to customers.
Aloha Airlines, which has been battling for market share in the competitive Hawaiian Islands, posted a net loss of $18.
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Rival Hawaiian carrier Aloha Airlines ceased flight operations in April 2008.
Four technology solutions from Sabre Airline Solutions, a software and services provider for the airline industry, have been selected by Aloha Airlines, a carrier based in Honolulu, to help with the company's expansion.