Airlines International Representation in Europe (AIRE)
Association internationale de charter aérien
Asociación Internacional de Charters Aéreos
1971-06 Strasbourg France
Jun 1971, Strasbourg (France), as International Air Carrier Association (IACA). Present name adopted, Jun 2017. Articles modified Jun 1973, permitting scheduled carriers engaged in charter activities or their affiliates to become active members of the Association. Registered in accordance with Swiss law, Oct 1971. Registered in Brussels (Belgium) according to Belgian law, Jun 1983. EU Transparency Register: 686630315059-63.
Raise awareness of the specific interests of its airline members and promote their needs to key decision-makers at national, European and international levels.
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General Assembly (annual); Board of Directors; Standing Committees (4); Ad-hoc Working Groups; Secretariat, headed by Director General.
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