Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA)
1966 Manila Philippines
1966, Manila (Philippines), as Orient Airlines Research Bureau. Name changed, 1970, to Orient Airlines Association (OAA). Has also been referred to as Asian Airline Association. Present name adopted Apr 1997. EU Transparency Register: 148659915430-51.
Serve as a forum for articulation of members' views on matters and problems of common interest; foster close cooperation and bring about an atmosphere conducive to stimulation of the travel and tourism industry; enhance role of national flag carriers as instruments for international cooperation in the economic, social and cultural fields.
Events2021-06 | Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – Asia Pacific Aviation Safety Seminar
2020-11-12 | Tokyo, Japan – Annual Assembly of Presidents
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Assembly of Presidents (annual); Secretariat; Executive Committee; Working Committees; Working Groups. Departments (3): Industry Affairs; Technical Affairs; Research and Statistics.
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