International Council of Aircraft Owner and Pilot Associations (IAOPA)
Conseil international des associations de propriétaires et pilotes d'aéronefs
Consejo Internacional de Asociaciones de Propietarios y Pilotos de Aeronaves
1964-10-22 Washington DC USA
Founded 1964, when accredited status by ICAO, an interim organization having been set up 2 Feb 1962.
Advance interests of general aviation and facilitate international movement of general aviation aircraft for peaceful purposes; increase utility of general aviation airplanes as a means of personal and business transportation; coordinate with other international and national organizations and integrate views and requirements of member organizations with regard to international standards, recommended practices, procedures, facilities and services for international general aviation; encourage implementation of planned systems, facilities, services and procedures in order to promote flight safety, efficiency and utility.
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World Assembly (every 2 years); Executive Board; Headquarters Secretariat in Frederick MD (USA); European and Pacific Regional Secretariats; European EC Liaison; Standing Committees (2).
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