AKL may refer to:

  • Alpha Kappa Lambda, American collegiate social fraternity for men
  • Aklan Province, a province of the Philippines located in the Western Visayas
  • Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge
  • The IATA code for Auckland Airport, New Zealand
  • Air Kiribati's ICAO code
  • AKL, a category of light cargo ships in the U.S. Navy
  • AKL, a category of Frosch II Class ships in the Indonesian Navy
  • Shorthand for Auckland, New Zealand

Other articles related to "akl":

Said Akl - Ideology
... During his early years, Akl was an adherent of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party (in Arabic الحزب السوري القومي الإجتماعي) led by ... Akl adopted a powerful doctrine of the authentic millennial character of Lebanon resonating with an exalted sense of Lebanese dignity ... This view is crystallized by Akl once stating “I would cut off my right hand just not to be an Arab” ...
Akl Awit
... Akl Awit (Arabic عقل العويط‎ born 1952, Bziza) is a Lebanese poet, critic, literary journalist and academic professor ... Akl Awit holds a PHD in modern Arabic literature, and teaches Modern poetry and journalism at the Saint Joseph University in Beirut ...
Said Akl Awards
... Starting in the 1970s Akl offered a prize to whoever authored the best essay in Lebanese Arabic ... Since then the Said Akl awards have been granted to many Lebanese intellectuals and artists ...
Said Akl - In Popular Culture
... Anthems Akl proposed the lyrics for an anthem for the pan-Syrian Syrian Social Nationalist Party, but this was rejected by its founder Antun Saadeh, who proposed another ... Akl wrote the anthem of another pan-Arab movement, Jami'yyat al Uruwwa al Wuthqa (in Arabic جمعية العروة الوثقى) ... Songwriting Akl has also written poems that were turned into pan-Arab anthem songs with music from the Rahbani Brothers and sung by the Lebanese diva Feyrouz ...