CAW

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CAWCanadian Auto Workers
CAWCalifornians Against Waste
CAWCountry Analytic Work
CAWChurch of All Worlds (neo-pagan church)
CAWCommunity at Work
CAWCancer Awareness Week (various locations)
CAWCommittee for Asian Women (Bangkok, Thailand)
CAWCreativity At Work
CAWController Area Network
CAWCanadian Autoworkers Union
CAWContinued Airworthiness (aviation)
CAWCarrier Air Wing (US Navy)
CAWControl of Asbestos at Work Regulations 2002 (UK)
CAWCertification Authority Workstation
CAWChannel Address Word (IBM)
CAWCenter for Asymmetric Warfare (US Navy Naval Air Weapons Division, Pt Mugu, CA, USA)
CAWCertificate Authority Workstation
CAWCampaign for America's Wilderness
CAWCarbon Arc Welding
CAWClare Animal Welfare (Ireland)
CAWCreat-A-Wrestler (game)
CAWCapital Area Woodturners
CAWCouncil of American Witches
CAWComputer Aided Work
CAWCakewalk Audio Workstation (audio equipment)
CAWCommand All the Way
CAWCooler, Air, Chilled Water
CAWCompetence at Work Ltd. (business consultation; Sheffield, UK)
CAWChemical Activity, WESTCOM
CAWClub Astro de Wittelsheim (French astronomy club)
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Our intention is not just to manufacture an aircraft, but to create a new product in long-range segment accompanied with such services as continued airworthiness management and conversion training courses for the flight crews and technical staff.' - said CR929 Program Director from the Russian side, Mr.
* Always follow the Instructions for Continued Airworthiness applicable to the ELT installed in the aircraft.
Third, the FAA issued a Continued Airworthiness Notification to the International Community yesterday stating pilots should continue to use Boeings operational safety protocols as previously directed following the Lion Air crash, and American carriers must install design changes no later than April 2019.
Acting FAA Administrator Daniel Elwell said in a statement "thus far, our review shows no systemic performance issues and provides no basis to order grounding the aircraft." He added "nor have other civil aviation authorities provided data to us that would warrant action." He affirmed that "in the course of our urgent review of data on the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crash, if any issues affecting the continued airworthiness of the aircraft are identified, the FAA will take immediate and appropriate action." "The FAA continues to review extensively all available data and aggregate safety performance from operators and pilots of the Boeing 737 MAX," he noted.
Although a growing number of regulators across the globe too have expressed caution, the US Federal Aviation Administration has maintained the "continued airworthiness" of the model and they seemed to stand firmly behind Boeing.
He further assured an immediate and appropriate action, if any issues affecting the continued airworthiness of the aircraft are identified in the course of the urgent review of data on the Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crash.
Local carrier flydubai cited the FAA notification yesterday on the "continued airworthiness" of Boeing's 737 MAX 8 and MAX 9 aircraft.
The agency released a memo, known as a Continued Airworthiness Notification to the International Community, on Monday night that made no mention of plans to ground 737 Max planes.Robert W.
Today, the FAA will issue a Continued Airworthiness Notification to the International Community CANIC for Boeing 737 MAX operators.
"Today, the FAA will issue a Continued Airworthiness Notification to the International Community (CANIC) for Boeing 737 MAX operators. The FAA continuously assesses and oversees the safety performance of U.S.
Usually, the operator will be required to maintain the airplane in compliance with the manufacturer's maintenance instructions as set out in the Service Manual, Service Bulletins, Airworthiness Directives and Instructions for Continued Airworthiness. That includes all manufacturers--airframe, engine, components and STCs.
An Airbus spokeswoman said yesterday: "In line with the continued airworthiness process, to mitigate any risk to safe operation, Airbus' experts are working short-term on an easy retrofitable software fix to the monitoring and control system."