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EADEncoded Archival Description (DTD for SGML)
EADEmployment Authorization Document (US INS)
EADEmployee Appreciation Day (various organizations)
EADExhaust Air Duct (ventilation)
EADEngineering and Design (Austria)
EADEnvironment Agency Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi, UAE)
EADExposure at Default (finance)
EADEducation and Administration
EADEnseignement à Distance (French: Distance Education; Belgium)
EADExecutive Associate Director
EADEconomic Affairs Directorate (Qatar)
EADEnterprise Active Directory
EADEnsino A Distancia (Brazil)
EADEthernet Access Device
EADÉcole d'Art et de Décoration (French: School of Art and Decoration; Tunisia)
EADExposure At Default
EADEastern Air Devices (Dover, NH)
EADEncoded Archival Description
EADÉducation au Développement (French: Education Development)
EADExport Accompanying Document (various locations)
EADEchelons Above Division (US DoD; US Army)
EADEmergency Airworthiness Directive
EADÉthylotests Anti-Démarrage (French: Anti-Theft Breathalyzers; alcolocks)
EADExtended Active Duty
EADEmpilement Articulaire Dynamique (French: Stacking Dynamic Articular; physiotherapy)
EADEspace Aérien Diffusion (French: Airspace Distribution)
EADÉcole d'Administration et Direction des Affaires (French: School of Business Administration and Management; Morocco)
EADElite Athletes with a Disability
EADExecutive Assistant Director
EADEure Aménagement Développement (French: Eure Land Development)
EADEarly Afterdepolarization
EADEquivalent Air Depth (scuba diving)
EADEnvironmental Affairs Division (various locations)
EADEuro Arab Dialogue (diplomacy)
EADEntertainment, Analysis, and Development (Nintendo Co. Ltd.'s internal first-party studio)
EADEarliest Arrival Date
EADEconomic Analysis Division
EADEducación Abierta y a Distancia (Spanish magazine)
EADExtended Air Defense
EADEntry On Active Duty
EADEarly Assistance Desk
EADElectronic Assessment Decision
EADEuropean Aeronautical Database
EADÉlément Automoteur Double (French railcars)
EADEn Aparté Design (French design firm)
EADEurope Algérie Développement (French: Algeria Europe Development)
EADElectroantennographic Detection
EADElectronic Archival Description
EADEast Australian Daylight (GMT+1100)
EADExternal Affairs Director
EADEnterprise Application Design
EADEstimated Availability Date
EADEndplate Acetylcholinesterase Deficiency
EADEngine and Alert Display
EADEnergy Assurance Daily (US Department of Energy)
EADEngineering Aids Draftsman (US Navy)
EADEnvironmental Accountability Division
EADExecutive Agent Developer
EADEqual Access Dialing
EADExpected Award Date
EADEnhanced Anaerobic Dechlorination (groundwater treatment)
EADEnergy and Air Division (US EPA)
EADEstimated Award Date
EADElectronic Arming Device
EADExpenditure Authorization Document
EADEuropean AIS (Aeronautical Information System) Database (European Organization for the Safety of Air Navigation)
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Since the crash, Boeing has issued related service bulletins, and the FAA has published an emergency airworthiness directive regarding flight crew procedures in the event of "uncommanded horizontal stabilizer trim movement" and erroneous AoA input.
Despite the fact that the aircraft landed safely, at Dassault's suggestion, the European Aviation Safety Agency issued an emergency airworthiness directive on 26 May.
The European Aviation Safety Authority said in a new "emergency airworthiness directive" posted on its website that airlines using the Trent 900 engines should conduct "repetitive inspections" on the engines.
The European Aviation Safety Authority (EASA) issued a new "emergency airworthiness directive" yesterday that airlines using the Trent 900 engines should conduct "repetitive inspections" on the engines.
The FAA issued an emergency airworthiness directive on 24 May and has given airlines until 8 September to inspect the devices on five types of Boeing aircraft to ensure that they were correctly installed.
WASHINGTON/ZHUHAI, China (Reuters) - The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued an emergency airworthiness directive on Wednesday to address how to handle erroneous data from a sensor on the new Boeing 737 MAX jet in the wake of last week's Indonesian jetliner crash.
"EASA has informed that they are evaluating some interim proposals and will be revising the emergency airworthiness directive in due course, as soon as the current affected engines will be modified with a safer interim design," the DGCA said in a statement.
The USA's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued an emergency airworthiness directive for the temporary suspension of operations for all Boeing 787 Dreamliners in the US, a decision that has resulted in the grounding of all Dreamliners flown by United Airlines.
The FAA issued an Emergency Airworthiness Directive grounding 42 airplanes, some of which were being flown by their new owners.
Since overhaul and installation on the airplane, a series of service bulletins were issued on the engine noting reports "that operation at high temperatures can cause the converter plate gasket on the oil filter base to become extruded from its seat, allowing oil to leak out between the plate and the accessory housing." Subsequently, Emergency Airworthiness Directive (AD) 2000-18-53 was issued addressing this same problem.
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued an emergency airworthiness directive (AD) for US airlines to carry out inspections of 120 Boeing 767 aircraft after mechanics reported damaged bolts that attach the engines to the wings.
The EASA had on Friday issued an emergency airworthiness directive for A320 neo planes fitted with PW1100 engines having a particular serial number.
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