FEA

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AcronymDefinition
FEAFinite Element Analysis
FEAFire Emblem Awakening (gaming)
FEAFederal Enterprise Architecture
FEAFaculty of Economics and Administration (various universities)
FEAFront End Assembly
FEAFoundation for Educational Administration (New Jersey)
FEAFlorida Education Association
FEAFestivals and Events Association (various locations)
FEAFour-Engine Aircraft
FEAForeign Exchange Adjustment
FEAFacility Engineering Associates (Washington, DC)
FEAFuture Educators of America
FEAFront End Analysis
FEAFar Eastern Affairs (Russian Academy of Sciences)
FEAFlat Epithelial Atypia (pathology)
FEAFast Ethernet Adapter
FEAFront End Application
FEAFédération des Entreprises d'Artisanat (French: Federation of Craft Enterprises; Morocco)
FEAFaculté d'Economie Appliquée (French: Faculty of Applied Economics)
FEAFunctional Economic Area
FEAFundamental Evangelistic Association (Fresno, CA)
FEAFederal Energy Administration (US government)
FEAFrance en Action (French: France in Action)
FEAFederation of Exchange Accommodators
FEAField Emitter Array (micropropulsion systems on-a-chip)
FEAFédération Européenne des Aérosols (French: European Aerosol Federation; Belgium)
FEAFunctional Economic Analysis
FEAFraternity Executives Association
FEAFederal Executive Association
FEAForeign Economic Administration
FEAFaculty Excellence Advocate (Michigan State University)
FEAFuneral Ethics Association
FEAFairfax Education Association
FEAFédération Européenne d'Aïkido (French: European Federation of Aikido; martial arts)
FEAFunctional Entity Action
FEAFalange Española Auténtica (Authentic Spanish Falange; Spanish extreme right wing party)
FEAFrance Europe Automobiles
FEAFellow of the English Association (UK)
FEAFédération Européenne Airplane (French: European Airplane Federation)
FEAFederation of European Aerosol Associations
FEAForum des Éducatrices Africaines (French: Forum for African Women Educators)
FEAFree Enterprise Alliance (Associated Builders & Contractors)
FEAFailure Effect Analysis
FEAFaculdade de Administração, Economia e Contabilidade (University of San Paolo, Brazil)
FEAFast Ethernet Alliance
FEAForwarding Engine Abstraction (computing)
FEAFront End Assessment
FEAFar End Alarm (Alcatel)
FEAFinancial Executives Association
FEAFormation Égletons Ambition (French: Egeltons Training Centers; Egeltons, France)
FEAFluid Experiment Assembly
FEAFinancial Exposure Authorization
FEAFinanced Employee Agent (insurance)
FEAFinancial Engines Advisors LLC
FEAFire and Explosion Assessment (hazard prevention)
FEAFire Engineering Associates Ltd (UK)
FEAFundación La Era Agrícola (Spanish: Fund of the Agricultural Era)
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The Boeing 787-9 and Airbus A350-900 aircraft that have been ordered will primarily be replacing four-engine aircraft. By the middle of the next decade, the entire long-haul fleet will have been modernized.
"We are grateful for Lufthansa's inspiration and leadership in helping us design a new Queen of the Skies for the 21st Century, and I'm proud of what Boeing employees have accomplished by bringing this great airplane to Lufthansa and the world." "After working together for many years, we are very pleased to have the newest generation of four-engine aircraft join our fleet," said Christoph Franz, chairman of the Executive Board and chief executive officer of Deutsche Lufthansa AG.
Fire crews were called to the airport just after 7.40pm when the four-engine aircraft had already been evacuated.
The four-engine aircraft can fly for 10 hours without refuelling and carry 25 people.
It is expected to start taking delivery of the four-engine aircraft in 2008.
This four-engine aircraft was capable of flying the Atlantic non-stop and versions were used by the Navy for patrol duty.
The success of Boeing's 777 has forced European planemaker Airbus to abandon production of its A340 long-haul four-engine aircraft, which failed to compete with the 777.
Which Aviator designed and flew the world''s first four-engine aircraft in 1913 and later founded a large helicopter manufacturer?
US FAA unveiled its long-awaited and controversial Extended Operations rule yesterday that brings two-, three- and four-engine aircraft under a common regulation for long-haul operations with limited diversion airports.
The four-engine aircraft has been banned from passenger service after the industry was unable to fix the aircraft's technical malfunctions following the crash, The Moscow Times reported.