TEA

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AcronymDefinition
TEATexas Education Agency
TEATaxed Enough Already (tea party; political activism)
TEATransportation Equity Act for the 21st Century
TEATriethanolamine
TEATennessee Education Association (Nashville, TN)
TEAThemed Entertainment Association
TEATertiary Education Act (Botswana)
TEATriethylamine
TEATemporary Employment Agency (various locations)
TEATechno-Economic Analysis
TEAThe Education Alliance (various organizations)
TEATrade Expansion Act
TEATetraethylammonium
TEAThe Employers' Association (various locations)
TEATokyo Electron America, Inc. (Austin, TX)
TEATiny Encryption Algorithm (developed by David Wheeler and Roger Needham at the Computer Laboratory of Cambridge University)
TEATest of English for Aviation (language proficiency; UK)
TEATotal Entrepreneurial Activity (index)
TEATerminal Electron Acceptor (cellular respiration)
TEATiny Encryption Algorithm
TEAThe Esplanade Association (est. 2001; Boston, MA)
TEATensile Energy Absorption
TEATeachers Experiencing Antarctica and the Arctic
TEATechnical Excellence Award (various organizations)
TEATwin Engine Aircraft
TEATransportation Enhancement Activities (Canada)
TEAThromboendarterectomy
TEAToronto Environmental Alliance
TEATargeted Employment Area
TEATransitional Employment Assistance (State of Arkansas)
TEATransportation Engineering Agency
TEATemperate East Asia
TEATrace Element Analysis
TEAThe Erythromelalgia Association (Wallingford, PA)
TEATactical Espionage Action (game)
TEATorque Equilibrium Attitude
TEATriethyl Aluminum
TEATelevision Equipment Associates (Brewster, NY)
TEATreasury Enforcement Agent
TEATidy Enforcement Agency (gaming clan)
TEAThe Electronic Alveary (word search program)
TEATraining Effectiveness Analysis
TEATomen Electronics America (California)
TEATechnology for Enabling Awareness
TEAToronto Entomologists' Association
TEATravel Expenses Accounting
TEATransferred Episcopal Arrangements
TEATerminal Education Age
TEATraining Employment Advice Shop
TEATechnical Exchange Agreement
TEATexas Electronics Association, LLC (Fort Worth, TX)
TEATeatro Estudio Aramiz (Spanish: Aramiz Studio Theater)
TEATank Excavation Assessment (chemical storage)
TEATransversely Excited Atmosphere
TEATiming Error Avoidance
TEATechnology Exchange Agreement
TEATransportability Engineering Analysis
TEATechnical Engineering Authority
TEATactical Engineering & Analysis, Inc.
TEATargeted Enforcement Area (police warning radar)
TEATwinsburg Education Association (Twinsburg, Ohio)
TEATirupur Exports Association (India)
TEATransient Effect Area
TEATen Eyck Associates
TEATechnicien en Entretien d'Aéronefs
TEATelephone Extension Alert
TEATransportation Engineering Agreement
TEATicket Entry Automation
TEATruth Empowerment Accountability (politics)
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He had joined the RAF in 1940 and worked as a flight lieutenant, instructing pilots to fly twin engine aircraft and gliders, including some who took part in the D-Day landings.
AVGAS The current supply of AVGAS, an aviation fuel mainly used by light single and twin engine aircraft operating with the traditional piston engines, has run out again in Uganda, and similar reports are coming in from Kenya, too.
The aircraft was a LET 410 twin engine aircraft owned by TEAM, a local airline, and it carried 17 passengers and two crew members.
Powered by four Rolls-Royce engines, it has a range of 7,500 nautical miles and is capable of operating on ultralong haul routes free from the con-straints that govern long range flights over oceans or desolate terrain with twin engine aircraft. Airbus said this translates into more direct and quicker routes.
The AW119Kx has a large cabin able to accommodate up to six passengers and redundancy of all critical systems that are typically available on twin engine aircraft, ensuring outstanding safety.
The report said other gasworkers saw the twin engine aircraft pitch sharply forward and bank to the right seconds before it crashed
Tenders are invited for Induction and operations of a small fixed wing Twin Engine Aircraft with a minimum seating capacity of 79 passengers and with age of Aircraft being less than eight years.
The Hudson, being a twin engine aircraft, is bigger than a Spitfire and may cost a little more but, if it is worth doing, then it is worth doing well.
Tenders are invited for induction and operations of a small fixed wing twin engine aircraft with a minimum seating capacity of 7 - 9 passengers and with age of aircraft being less than eight years.
Twin engine aircraft for instrument flight training pilots in flight school for obtaining the qualification flight and multi-instrumental.
The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has approved the Airbus A350-900 for ETOPS (Extended-range Twin engine aircraft Operations) beyond 180 minutes diversion time.
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has approved the new A350-900 airliner for ETOPS (Extended-range Twin engine aircraft Operations) Beyond 180 minutes diversion time.