Airport Associations Coordinating Council (AACC)
Conseil de coordination des associations aéroportuaires
Consejo Coordinador de Asociaciones Aeroportuarias
1970-12-06 Washington DC USA
6 Dec 1970, Washington DC (USA), by: ICAO, H-XB4016 - Airports Operators Council International (AOCI) and H-XD4151 - Western European Airports Association (WEAA). Following WEAA's dissolution at the end of 1985, the previous tripartite structure of AACC was transformed into a bipartite one, effective 1 Jan 1986. As of 1 Jan 1991, AOCI and ICAA merged to become part of AACC, which itself transformed to become B-XB0031 - Airports Council International (ACI) and of which AOCI is now the American regional office.
Develop worldwide airport policies, further collaboration among its Constituent Associations and represent their interests with ICAO, IATA, IFALPA and other worldwide organizations dealing with matters of common interest.
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Council (meets twice times a year), consisting of 5 representatives of each of the 2 member associations. Chairman is designated on an annual rotating basis by the association having this obligation during each calendar year. Permanent Secretariat, located at Geneva (Switzerland) Airport since May 1972.
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