European Aviation Security Training Institute (EASTI)
Institut européen pour la formation à la sûreté de l'aviation
1997-11-19 Brussels Belgium
Founded 19 Nov 1997, Brussels (Belgium), as a common venture of F-XD0621 - European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) and B-XB1505 - International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
Meet the continuing need for trained aviation security personnel in Europe and in other regions; provide specialized training to further enhance their ability to safeguard international civil aviation.
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Board, comprising Directors General of ECAC member states and Executive Secretary of ECAC.
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