Airports Council International (ACI)
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Derived from H-XB4015 - Airport Associations Coordinating Council (AACC), and resulted from the merger of H-XB1504 - International Civil Airports Association (ICAA) and H-XB4016 - Airports Operators Council International (AOCI). Constitution approved by ICAA, Sep 1990, Monte Carlo (Monaco), at 30th World Congress, and by AOCI, Oct 1990, Chicago IL (USA), at 43rd Annual Conference. Constitution became effective, 1 Jan 1991.
Advance the collective interests of, and act as the voice of, the world's airports and the communities they serve; promote professional excellence in airport management and operations.
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General Assembly (annual); Governing Board; Executive Committee; Standing Committees (6); Regional offices (5), including E-XK0321 - Airports Council International - European Region (ACI EUROPE), replacing U-XE4081 - International Civil Airports Association European Community Bureau (ICAA European Community Bureau).
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