ETAA

AcronymDefinition
ETAAEstimated Time to Achieve
ETAAElephant Trunk Access Area
ETAAEnterprising Travel Agents Association (India)
ETAAEducational Technical Assistance Act of 2002
ETAAEast Texas Anesthesiology Associates (Tyler, TX)
ETAAEstate Tax Apportionment Act (Alabama)
ETAAEmission Trading Association of Australia Ldp (Sydney, Australia)
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Although ETAA measurements provide acceptably reliable estimates of brain anaesthetic concentration, these do not reflect the hypnotic effect of anaesthetics on brain activity.
With only 100 clients as of early September, three full-time employees and three commission-based field reps, Bogard said ETAA would like to have 200,000 enrolled members by next July.
The ETAA explained in the memorandum that these companies have violated the law and harmed the national economy.
The National Bank of Egypt, Banque Misr, and Banque du Caire officials met with representatives of the Ministry of Tourism and the head of the religious tourism committee of the Egyptian Travel Agencies Association (ETAA).
The Ministry of Tourism plans to evaluate the pilot incentive programme for the regular economy and charter flights, which ends 31 October, within six months, according to a memo from the Ministry of Tourism sent to the Egyptian Travel Agencies Association (ETAA).
"We requested that the cost of participation be reduced for hotels or tourism companies and the difference will be refunded if the ETA approves," the ETAA official said.
The Arab Misr Insurance Group GIG (AIMG) agreed with Egyptian Travel Agencies Association (ETAA) to provide insurance coverage for the risk of non-payment of tickets.
The Egyptian Tourism Authority (ETA) sent a letter to the Egyptian Travel Agencies Association (ETAA) to promote the visit of Roman Catholic Pope Francis at the end of April in a bid to increase tourism.
Adel Zaki, a member of the Egyptian Travel Agents Association (ETAA), says that there are many issues, and they are not just limited to the situation with Russia.
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