European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC)
Conférence européenne de l'aviation civile (CEAC)
1954 Strasbourg France
Founded at an intergovernmental conference which granted ECAC a status intermediate between complete independence and being a subordinate regional organization of B-XB1505 - International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Constitution adopted 1955; completely revised 1993.
Promote continued development of a safe, efficient and sustainable European air transport system.
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Plenary Sessions; Directors General of Civil Aviation (44); Coordinating Committee; Secretariat based in Paris (France). Associated Bodies: E-XE3683 - European Aviation Security Training Institute (EASTI); F-XF1558 - Joint Aviation Authorities Training Organisation (JAA TO).
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