European Association of Aerospace Industries (AECMA)
Association européenne des industries aérospatiales
1950-04 Paris France
Ceased to exist when 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).
Promote the competitive development of the European aerospace industry; represent the sector at a European level in all matters of common interest.
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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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