What is another word for FAA?

151 synonyms found


[ fˈɑː], [ fˈɑː], [ f_ˈɑː]

The acronym FAA stands for the Federal Aviation Administration, the authoritative governing body in the United States with jurisdiction over all civilian aviation. However, certain synonyms exist that reference the FAA in more specific terms, such as the Air Traffic Organization (ATO) which refers to the agency's division responsible for managing the nation's airspace. Other terms include the Flight Standards District Office (FSDO), which maintains regulatory oversight for the safety of aircraft and their operations, and the Aviation Safety Information Analysis and Sharing (ASIAS) system that collects safety data from airlines and airports to improve aviation safety. Though FAA is the most commonly used term, these synonyms are useful for those looking to dive deeper into the agency's operations.

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      government agency, aviation authority, regulatory body, Transportation Authority.

    Usage examples for Faa

    The kings of Scotland were often reduced to the humiliating necessity of compromising such matters with their rebellious subjects, and James himself even entered into a sort of league with Johnie FAA, the king of the gypsies.
    "Minstrelsy of the Scottish border (3rd ed) (1 of 3)"
    Walter Scott
    I knew that among all the Gypsies Sinfi was almost the only one who possessed that power which belonged once to her race, that power which is expressed in a Scottish word now universally misused, 'glamour,' the power which Johnnie FAA and his people brought into play when they abducted Lady Casilis.
    Theodore Watts-Dunton
    Also for a village destroyed in battle they say: "Ua FAA Papateaina"-made to be like Papatea.
    "Samoa, A Hundred Years Ago And Long Before"
    George Turner

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