ETOPS

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AcronymDefinition
ETOPSExtended Operations (US FAA)
ETOPSExtended Twin (Engine) Operations
ETOPSEngines Turn(ing) Or Passengers Swim(ming)
ETOPSExtended-Range Twin-Engine Operational Performance Standards
ETOPSExtended Twin-Engine Over-water Operations
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