Instituto Iberoamericano de Derecho Aeronautico y del Espacio y de la Aviación Comercial
Ibero-American Institute of Aeronautic and Space Law and Commercial Aviation
Institut ibéroaméricain du droit aéronautique et de l'espace et de l'aviation commerciale
1964-04-24 Salamanca Madrid Spain
24 Apr 1964, Salamanca (Spain). Registered in accordance with Spanish law, 25 Sep 1968.
Study, coordinate and promote the development of aeronautic and space law, commercial aviation and related fields; promote, through scientific investigation and practical work, harmonization and unification of aeronautic and space legislation in Latin American countries; establish ties with national and international, public and private institutions that relate to the aims of the Institute; exchange information and documentation and issue publications; promote standardization of aeronautical regulations.
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General Assembly (usually together with 'Ibero-American Days', organized by the Institute). Executive Committee, consisting of President, 4 Vice-Presidents, Honorary President, Secretary General and 12 members. General Secretariat in Madrid (Spain). Coordinators in each country.
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