European General Aviation Safety Foundation (EGASF)
1989, by C-XC1733 - International Council of Aircraft Owner and Pilot Associations (IAOPA) (European region). Ceased to exist 2005.
Promote safety through quality training, education, research, analysis and dissemination of safety information, for the benefit of all European air operations. These include commercial air transport, aerial work, military and private flying activities. Influence the behavioural patterns of pilots, instructors, mechanics and ATC personnel by positive educational reinforcement of sound operating procedures.
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Board of Trustees: Chairman; Vice-Chairman; Treasurer/Secretary. President; Project Coordinator; Safety Coordinator, Airspace; Safety Coordinator, Airworthiness; Safety Coordinator, Training; Administrative Secretary; Honorary Legal Adviser; Honorary Legal Adviser; Honorary Aviation Medical Adviser. Safety Seminar programmes. Annual Assembly of the Foundation's Safety Advisers; Annual Symposium of Safety Advisers. Safety Coordinating Centre responsible for coordinating a team of Safety Liaison Advisors (25).
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