European Association of Aerospace Industries (AECMA)

Association européenne des industries aérospatiales

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Contact Details

URL: http://www.aecma.org/

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Founded

1950-04 Paris France

History

Apr 1950, Paris (France), as International Association of Aerospace Manufacturers -- Association internationale des constructeurs de matériel aérospatial (AICMA). Name changed to Association européenne des constructeurs de matériel aérospatial, Oct 1973. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, Dec 1995. Current title adopted 1995. Previously also referred to in English as European Association of Aerospace Manufacturers. Merged with D-XD0784 - Association of European Space Industry (EUROSPACE) and U-XF2329 - European Defence Industries Group (EDIG) to form D-XJ4116 - Aerospace and Defence Industries Association of Europe (ASD).

Aims

Promote the competitive development of the European aerospace industry; represent the sector at a European level in all matters of common interest.

Events

15 past events available with paid subscription only.

Activities

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Structure

General Assembly (annual), comprising a joint meeting of the Industry. Council of Chief Executive Officers of member European aerospace companies. Board, comprising representatives of the 16 national associations. Officers: President; President Elect; Past President. Secretariat, headed by Secretary-General, supported by Director of Policy/Deputy Secretary General, Director of Operations, Director of International Programmes and an Administrator. Sectoral Groups (4): Aircraft; Engines; Equipment; SME. Working bodies (over 90) grouped into Commissions, Committees and Working Groups. Includes: U-XK1717 - AECMA-CERT; U-XK1927 - AECMA-European Aerospace Supplier Evaluation (AECMA-EASE).

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Finance

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and InfrastructureGOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

UIA Org ID

XD1245

Last News

2005

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