International Cabin Crew Association (ICCA)
1976-05 Rio de Janeiro Brazil
May 1976, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), as International Flight Attendants Association. Present name adopted 1993. New constitution introduced 1997, Athens (Greece), at World Congress, effective from 6 Nov 1997. No longer operational.
Represent and further the interests of international cabin crew at governmental, legislative and regulatory authority levels, with particular emphasis on safety, health, flight time limitations, conditions of employment, licensing, status within the industry and with passengers; promote the cabin crew profession and relations among cabin crews of all nations.
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Assembly of Members. Board, comprising President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Regional Task Force Coordinator. Advisors to the Board (3). Task Forces. General Secretary.
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