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AAI

Abbr. for “Architectural Association of Ireland.”
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Confirming the move to terminate the existing licenses for ground handling services, AAI Chairman Guruprasad Mohapatra told PTI that it has been done to "ensure a level playing field" for the ground handling agencies.
It will also help AAI, airline operators and ground handling agencies to ensure optimum utilization of available resources.
Additionally, when the MOU is implemented, a physician who resides in a state that does not have a compounding pharmacy producing AAI then the MOU will make it difficult or impossible for this physician to obtain it.
As a strategic design partner, Tata Elxsi will help AAI to provide a seamless passenger travel experience.
AAI manages 126 Airports, including 21 International Airports (3 Civil Enclaves), 8 Customs Airports (4 Civil Enclaves), 78 Domestic Airports and 19 other Civil Enclaves.
AAI has a huge land bank of 55,687 acres across the country - collectively one-and-a-half times the size of Chandigarh.
M AIL T ODAY has found out that the security manager, Tilak Raj Guglani, who created the embarrassment, was earlier working as a PA in AAI.
AAI has become a voice for consumers, with sophisticated views that today are taken seriously by enforcers, business, and the media.
Improving organizational financial results through strategic risk analysis and effective portfolio management Study materials for the AAI 87 course are available for purchase now, with exams beginning in the July to September 2014 testing window.
The authors mention both AAI and AMCT in their statement of objectives, but then seem to present a discussion with regard only to instrument-assisted adjusting and a conclusion that presumably blends the outcomes from studies using these two diverse approaches.
AAI is the apex body owning a significant part of the civil aviation infrastructure in the country.