BAWC

AcronymDefinition
BAWCBritish Airways World Cargo
BAWCBroward Anti-War Coalition (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)
BAWCBasic Air Warfare Course (Royal Air Force)
BAWCBored At Work Crew (World of Warcraft forums)
BAWCBurlington Anti-War Coalition (Burlington, VT)
BAWCBut At What Cost?
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Each ticket is priced at PS15 and all the proceeds from the evening will be donated to the worthy Wildlife charity, BAWC.
"If the tag shows the bird stops moving for a day or two we can locate the bird," said BAWC member Lawrie Phipps.
Curiously, it has taken IAG Cargo the best part of the year to merge the cargo-handling operations of both carriers at its home base at London Heathrow Airport, with BAWC only recently beginning to accept Iberia Cargo traffic.
Under the terms of the contract between GSS and British Airways GSS will operate three 747-8Fs for BAWC. Financial details of the contract were not disclosed.
BT said the RMS technology will enable BAWC to monitor the progress of consignments during transportation and will generate detailed reports, helping to boost the efficiency of the airline's global cargo network.
Steve Gunning, managing director of BA World Cargo (BAWC), calls 2009 remarkable by any standard.
British Airways World Cargo (BAWC) has appointed Cargo Care International as its general sales agent (GSA) in Denmark, following a successful tender process.
Getting cargo on and off the airport is now back to normal," said Mark Stubbings, regional commercial manager for Africa at British Airways World Cargo (BAWC).
'Indeed the current price is actually higher than this,' says David Shepherd, British Airways World Cargo (BAWC) senior vice president Europe and the Americas.
British Airways World Cargo (BAWC) announced on 28 August a reduction of its fuel surcharges, effective 4 September 2008.
The British Airways World Cargo (BAWC) Terminal, Ascentis at Heathrow, is an example of what can be achieved when you combine experience, and direction with the will to win.