DGACDirection Générale de l’Aviation Civile (French: Directorate General of Civil Aviation)
DGACDirección General de Aeronáutica Civil (Spanish: Direction General of Civil Aeronautics; Mexico)
DGACDirección General de Aviación Civil (Spanish: Directorate General of Civil Aviation; Guatemala)
DGACDangerous Goods Advisory Council (Australia)
DGACDietary Guidelines Advisory Committee
DGACDense-Graded Asphalt Concrete
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The DGAC has started the procedures to revoke LAA's operating permit, a process that could take as long as four months, said SCT aviation director Gilberto Lopez Meyer.
Yesterday, the Civil Aviation Authority and its French equivalent, the DGAC, announced that the manufacturer's package of changes had been approved.
amp; MADRID, Spain -- GE Aviation, LAN Peru, Peru's air navigation service provider CORPAC and regulator DGAC received the IHS Jane's ATC Environment Award for the Green Skies of Peru project during the CANSO ATM dinner last night.
Today, the Civil Aviation Authority and its French equivalent the DGAC announced that the manufacturers' package of changes had been approved.
On July 6, the DGAC ordered a third suspension of Aviacsa, this time claiming that the airline had failed to pay 292 million pesos (US$21.
The CAA and the DGAC will then individually give back to each Concorde its permission-to-fly certificate following the planes' grounding last summer after the Paris crash which killed all 109 passengers and crew on board as well as four people on the ground.
The project will be managed in close collaboration with the DGAC of Mexico and SENEAM as having those entities working together with us guarantees that the programme will be a great success not only for Volaris but also for any qualified operator with service to those airports.
Both the UK's Civil Aviation Authority and its French counterpart the DGAC have indicated that should the measures prove satisfactory, Concorde's suspension from flying could be lifted.
The Federacion de Sindicatos del Sector Aereo (FEDSSA) issued a statement in support of the DGAC decision, noting that the safety of aircraft operated by Aerocalifornia had long been a concern, especially because of the age of the aircraft.
To execute the recovery, a specific audit scope was agreed upon with the French DGAC, with the subsequent audit being conducted by SH&E's internationally qualified auditors.
The smaller Orly airport was reported by the DGAC to have 17 days of fuel
Attn: Mme GRAVELAIS Elisabeth, DGAC - NA - SNANE - SA/AF