MWAA

AcronymDefinition
MWAAMetropolitan Washington Airports Authority
MWAAMall Walker's Association of America
MWAAMen Working Against Abuse (Seattle, WA)
MWAAMid-West Appraisers Association (Kearney, NE)
MWAAMulticast Wavelength Assignment Algorithm
MWAAMovers' and Warehousemens' Association of America
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The MWAA is implementing new sustainability standards in all of its facilities and this is one of the first large-scale applications.
The rating reflects MWAA's very strong credit attributes, including the resilience of its complementary dual-large hub airport system serving the strong and growing District of Columbia air trade service area.
Andrew Nolan, the attorneys cite a) the defendant's January 2014-June 2016 quality control technician and manager tenure with an unnamed subcontractor to whom CRC awarded a $6.1 million contract for production of precast panels, earmarked for placement along a Reston to Ashburn, Va., right of way; Nolan and subordinates' knowledge of test results showing concrete mixes falling below 4 percent air; and, Nolan's submission of falsified records to CRC, MWAA and the U.S.
"I'm incredibly thankful for the opportunity MWAA has provided.
ITT is contracted to provide the data feed to MWAA for one year with the option to renew for two additional years.
ITT Corporation (NYSE:ITT) said on Tuesday that it has been selected by Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) to provide its flight operations data feed for noise monitoring and flight tracking systems in the Washington DC area at Dulles International and Reagan National airports.
Bennett has been President and CEO of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) since 2003 and brings a broad range of aviation business experience to his new role, ADAC said in a statement yesterday.
Bennett was the president & chief executive officer of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) since 2003 and brings a broad range of aviation business experience to his new role, ADAC said in a statement.
It's enough to make you buy a white cat and go "mwaa haa haa!"
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Act of 1986 transferred operating responsibility for Dulles and Reagan National Airports from the federal government to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA), an independent, nonfederal, public entity.
In 1991 the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) began an aircraft deicing fluid (ADF) recovery program that combines a fast response time with maximum flexibility, and the technical expertise of a contract operator.
Through communication, perseverance and a liberal dash of creative thinking, Stewart brought about the changes she sought by working together with MWAA's brokers and carriers.