GOAAGreater Orlando Aviation Authority (Florida, USA)
GOAAGreek Orthodox Archdiocese of America
GOAAGreater Orlando Airport Authority
GOAAGreater Omaha Airsoft Association (Nebraska)
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'The proposed budget for fiscal year 2020 not only maintains current operational status of Orlando International Airport, but it allows us to expand key services to meet the growing demands of the traveling public,' said Phil Brown, Chief Executive Officer of GOAA. 'It's critical for us to enhance our security and maintenance measures as we continue to see an increase in the number of travelers passing through our world-class facility.'
GOAA also has $117.6 million in outstanding senior parity bank loans series 2013A, 2013B and 2016D; a $53 million Florida Department of Transportation Joint Participation Agreement that is on parity with the subordinate lien bonds; and $10.2 million of second subordinate letters of credit (LOCs).
In February GOAA voted to put airport security in the hands of private contractors.
John Newsome, Chief Information Officer, GOAA, said: "This innovative boarding process is already proving popular with passengers.
The system is helping GOAA to develop procedures to mitigate community noise within safety and operational requirements in the vicinity of Orlando International and Orlando Executive Airports.
The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) announced today that arriving passengers from 37 visa waiver countries can now enjoy quick and easy processing at US customs and immigration.
Orlando's airport authority, GOAA, approved a USD$1.1 billion improvement plan, to meet growing tourism industry demand linked to the area's theme parks.
Commenting on these two airports' developments, Phil Brown, Executive Director of the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA) said: "Orlando has long been a receptive participant in testing and implementing various forms of new technology to enhance and improve processes especially in the areas of safety and security.
In his dream he was called by God, "Ngundeng, Ngundeng tit gaat ka e goaa. (Ka cue luoc) Guadin a ko kon thuok kone Marol." It translates, "Ngundeng, Ngundeng take care of my children well.
A new speech-enabled, self-service solution from communications company Nortel (NYSE:NT), is being deployed by the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA), which operates the Orlando International Airport in Florida, in the US.
The technology, B Route Development, will allow GOAA to calculate and analyse route scenarios in less than two hours a task that would normally take as much as two days and present them to airlines using an iPad application that can re-calculate and amend routes on-demand.