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U.S. Government.

Federal Aviation Administration: the division of the Department of Transportation that inspects and rates civilian aircraft and pilots, enforces the rules of air safety, and installs and maintains air-navigation and traffic-control facilities.

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British Dictionary definitions for FAA (1 of 2)

faa

fa'

/ (fɔː) /

verb

a Scot word for fall

British Dictionary definitions for FAA (2 of 2)

FAA

abbreviation for

Fleet Air Arm
(in the US) Federal Aviation Administration
Fellow of the Australian Academy (of Science)
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