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expected approach clearance (EAC)

An expression used in radio communications to indicate the time at which arriving aircraft should be cleared to begin the approach for a landing. Also known as EAT, or expected approach time.
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697 Fuente: elaboracion propia TABLA 2 Promedios en los diferentes contextos de la EAZ modificada considerando el sexo, valores de t y p Sexo N Prom.
6) Of the 120 parcels that did not change use after sale, 83 were covered by EAZ.
Kay Kershaw, an administrator from Kings Norton EAZ who helped secured the Tree Council funding, said: "The development of an outdoor educational resource will enhance the learning experiences of its pupils.
Kel was responsible for setting up the Eston EAZ, which introduced primary school children to samba, song-writing workshops, choirs and percussion master classes with world renowned performers.
We have had considerable help and support from this EAZ and this has contributed to a huge improvement in our standards at key stages 1 and 2 over the last two years.
Pupils in the area have also made much bigger improvements at Key Stage Two (aged seven-11), according to the EAZ Annual Report for 2001.
Tahira Karamat, nursery teacher and EAZ co-ordinator at the school, said: "It was very visual and everyone thoroughly enjoyed it.
PUPILS from Colwell Primary School within Excite EAZ had a seriously potty time after visiting Liverpool Community College Riversdale Campus.
Andy, who accompanied the children to Scotland together with teachers and EAZ staff, added: "They are loving it and are really positive.
EAZ music director Kel Dennis said: "This is an exciting and new opportunity for Year 4 children in the 11 schools to tackle something as tricky to play as the didgeridoo and also gives them the opportunity to appreciate world music.
Lyn Pender, from Speke Garston EAZ, added: "Schools, students and Marriott all benefit.
Director of Alt Mini EAZ and Deputy Head of Croxteth Community Comprehensive School, Alma Mason, has a number of plans for the coming year.