International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers' Associations (IFATCA)
Fédération internationale des associations de contrôleurs du trafic aérien
Federación Internacional de las Asociaciones de Directores del Trafico Aéreo
1961-10-19 Amsterdam Netherlands
19 Oct 1961, Amsterdam (Netherlands). Registered in accordance with the Swiss Civil Code. Aims and objectives, formulated in 1961, Amsterdam, still in force.
Promote safety, efficiency and regularity in international air navigation; promote, advise and assist in developing safe and orderly systems of Air Traffic Control (ATC); promote and uphold a high standard of knowledge and professional efficiency among air traffic controllers; protect and safeguard the interests of the profession; make mutually beneficial affiliations with other international organizations.
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Annual Conference. Executive Board, consisting of: President/Chief Executive Officer; Deputy President; Executive Vice Presidents (7) - Finance, Professional, Technical, Africa and Middle East, Americas, Asia and Pacific, Europe; Conference Executive/Board Secretary. Regions (4): Africa and Middle East (AFM); Americas (AMA); Asia and Pacific (ASP); Europe (EUR). Standing Committees; Committees.
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