WAEAWorld Airline Entertainment Association
WAEAWestern Agricultural Economics Association
WAEAWisconsin Art Education Association (est. 1950)
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Selected poster at the AAEA, CAES, & WAEA joint Annual Meeting, Denver, Colo., July 25-27, 2010.
In July 2001, the executive council of WAEA, the governing body responsible for approving new uses of the WAEA budget, voted to approve a payment of $50 for on-time first-round reviews of manuscripts submitted to JARE.
The WAEA is an international trade association which represents almost 100 airlines and over 250 airline suppliers.
In addition the organisation also confirmed that it will hold the spring 2009 WAEA Week event in Asia.
But for executives at the World Airline Entertainment Association (WAEA), choosing the in-flight entertainment is very important.
Additionally, on 15 September the airline received three awards at the World Airline Entertainment Association (WAEA) in Miami for its in-flight entertainment system.
This business is centralized at the Chicago-b1ased World Airline Entertainment Association (WAEA), which last month held its 22nd Annual Conference and Exhibition in Brisbane, Australia.
But as thousands of industry executives prepare to descend next week on Long Beach, California for the World Airline Entertainment Association (WAEA) conference and exhibition, and Aircraft Interiors Expo, a new found optimism is evident.
The Avion Awards, sponsored by the World Airline Entertainment Association (WAEA), has named Qantas Airways Limited and Jet Airways (India) Ltd as offering the Best Overall Inflight Entertainment.
Although no one is really sure when in-flight entertainment was first introduced, the World Airline Entertainment Association (WAEA) reports that in 1961 TWA aired By Love Possessed on a flight from New York to San Francisco.
The CEOs of six connectivity companies Ai leaders in the development and implementation of this breakthrough Ai will appear together at the World Airline Entertainment Association (WAEA) 29th Annual Conference & Exhibition, Wednesday September 10, 2008.
After years of sluggish innovation, carriers "have recently begun to pour millions of dollars into improving their cabin product, elevating first and business class to new heights, while reducing the back-end of the airplane to a flying merchandise mart", said Pierre Jeanniot in a keynote address at the World Airline Entertainment Association (WAEA) conference and exhibition in Toronto.