JCAB


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JCABJapanese Civil Aviation Bureau
JCABJuvenile Corrections Advisory Board (Kansas)
JCABJournal of Cell and Animal Biology
JCABJewish Center of Atlantic Beach (Atlantic Beach, NY)
JCABJunior College Athletic Bureau
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Doha Cables and 1st Runner Up JCAB for playing such a good game.
We went from helping them with getting permits and the construction, to becoming property managers, and now we act as representatives of [JCAB], handling all the monthly maintenance of the station," says Atta, who notes that the contract with JCAB right now is worth about $230,000 annually, but will increase to around $350,000 sometime in late 2006/early 2007, when JCAB's satellite (which is currently in a test phase) is actually operational.
The Bombardier Dash 8 family is widely operated in Japan by major airlines and its proven reliability and reputation are the prime reasons for the selection of the Q300 model," said the JCAB in a statement.
AJW is working closely with Japan Airlines engineering teams to adhere to local authority JCAB requirements and demonstrate how a more flexible approach can positively benefit their operational efficiencies whilst maintaining component integrity, warranty guarantees and total quality.
The JCAB, which ordered its first Global Express in November 1999, placed the following order last month after conducting extensive evaluations of several competing aircraft.
The 767-300 is the third aircraft type in JAL's fleet to receive FAA and JCAB approval for installation.
The 777-300 is the second aircraft type in JAL's fleet to receive FAA and JCAB approval for installation.