International Civil Airports Association (ICAA)
Association internationale des aéroports civils
Asociación Internacional de Aeropuertos Civiles
Mezdunarodnaja Associacija Grazdanskih Aeroportov
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Jan 1962. Registered according to French law. Merged with H-XB4016 - Airports Operators Council International (AOCI), 1 Jan 1991, to become part of H-XB4015 - Airport Associations Coordinating Council (AACC), which transformed into B-XB0031 - Airports Council International (ACI). Ceased to exist 30 Apr 1991, when officially replaced by ACI.
Bring members closer together and foster their cooperation without political or economic discrimination of any kind; establish collective views on questions of common interest and then present them in an international context; work continuously for the progress of civil airports in the interests of air transport as a whole, in cooperation with ICAO, the manufacturers of aircraft and equipment, the airlines, and all other bodies concerned.
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General Assembly (annual). President, elected by all the members, leads the Association with the help of two bodies: Board (elected by the ordinary and associate members, its composition taking account of their geographical distribution as well as the size and nature of their traffic); Directorate General (permanent organization that carries out the decisions of the Board). Committees (8): Airport Data Processing (ADP); Commercial Activities (COM); Legal Questions (LEG); Personnel Management and Training (PMT); Security (SEC); Charter Airports (CA); Freight Facilitation (FF); Passenger Facilitation (PF). Working Groups. Regional Boards (5): African Region; Asian and Pacific Region; European Region; Latin American and Caribbean Region; French Section. U-XE4081 - International Civil Airports Association European Community Bureau (ICAA European Community Bureau) replaced by E-XK0321 - Airports Council International - European Region (ACI EUROPE), 1 Jan 1991.
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