Airports Operators Council International (AOCI)
1948 Washington DC USA
1948, Washington DC (USA), as Airport Operators Council (AOC). Bylaws revised and listed name adopted 1966. Was also referred to as Airports Association Council International. Merged, 1 Jan 1991, with H-XB1504 - International Civil Airports Association (ICAA) to become part of H-XB4015 - Airport Associations Coordinating Council (AACC), which then transformed to become B-XB0031 - Airports Council International (ACI), and of which AOCI became the American regional office.
Define, analyse and solve common technical, economic, policy and managerial problems shared by airport officials around the world; provide national governments and international organizations with the policy or technical information necessary for sound multilateral decision-making; seek solutions to the changing problems of aviation, including environmental problems, aviation system planning, airport access, facilitation of passengers, new airport construction, airport economic planning and air service matters.
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