AV - Companies and Organizations

Companies and Organizations

  • Avaya, a company listed on the New York Stock Exchange with symbol "AV"
  • the IATA code for the airline Avianca
  • Aston Villa F.C., an English football club
  • AV Akademikerverlag GmbH & Co. KG, an imprint of the German group VDM Publishing
  • Aviva, British insurance company, listed on the London and New York Stock Exchange's as "AV"

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