International Civil Aviation English Association (ICAEA)
1991-11-12 Paris France
12 Nov 1991, Paris (France), following Forums organized since 1984. Current statutes adopted 5 Nov 2007, Paris (France). Registered in accordance with French law.
Bring together people and organizations concerned by or interested in the use of English in the aviation and aeronautical world; promote the exchange of information as regards English, English training, standards, qualifications, translation, documents etc, between people working within aviation in different countries; centralize information useful to the airlines, authorities, air traffic services, manufacturers, pilots, engineers, universities, research institutes, training centers and teachers.
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