- 1 What does rot stand for?
- 2 What is Rot shipping?
- 3 What does an stand for in aviation?
- 4 What is the abbreviation for airport?
- 5 Is rot a real word?
- 6 What is an rot in the medical field?
- 7 What does FS mean in aviation?
- 8 What is POB in aviation?
- 9 What is PA in aviation?
- 10 Why is it called YYZ Airport?
- 11 What does AOA stand for airport?
What does rot stand for?
|ROT||Redundant, Outdated, or Trivial (material on web pages; US EPA)|
|ROT||Record Of Trial|
|ROT||Remotely Operated Tool|
|ROT||Receive Only Terminal|
What is Rot shipping?
ROT – Request Of Transport.
What does an stand for in aviation?
A/A – Air to Air. AA – Anti Aircraft. AA – American Airlines. AAIB – Air Accident Investigation Branch. AAL – Above Aerodrome Level.
What is the abbreviation for airport?
There is one common abbreviation of airport: airpt. If you want to make the abbreviation plural, simply add on an “s.”
Is rot a real word?
noun. the process of rotting. the state of being rotten; decay; putrefaction: the rot of an old house. moral or social decay or corruption.
What is an rot in the medical field?
Abbreviation for right occipitotransverse position.
What does FS mean in aviation?
FS Aviation Abbreviation
|2||FS||Flight Safety Technology, Airline, Military|
|1||FS||Flight Services + 1 variant Service, Technology, Aircraft|
|1||FS||Flight Service Military, Technology, Aircraft|
|1||FS||Flight Simulation Simulator, Technology, Military|
|1||FS||Flight System Flight, Technology, Space|
What is POB in aviation?
POB – Persons on Board – Aviation Term – Abbreviation / Acronym.
What is PA in aviation?
PA. Passenger Address. Technology, Aircraft, Airway.
Why is it called YYZ Airport?
“Originally, the letter Y was dropped in front of the two-letter code that had been used for the location before World War Two. The code for the station in Malton, Ontario, was YZ, which is where Pearson sits today—hence YYZ.
What does AOA stand for airport?
AOA (Air Operations Area) SIDA (Security Identification Display Area) All areas inside the fence line (paved and unpaved) used for landing, takeoff or surface maneuvering of aircraft.