European Association of Aerospace Industries (AECMA)
Overview: Founded in 1950, the European Association of Aerospace Industries (AECMA) represented the aerospace industry in Europe in all matters of common interest on the level of aircraft/systems, engines, equipment and components. Its objective was to enhance the competitive development of the aerospace sector. Members of the Association were the national aerospace associations of 15 EU Member States and the Czech Republic, as well as the largest European aerospace companies, which form the Council of AECMA. Through its working bodies, AECMA generated an industry view on a range of subjects, defining solutions to economic, financial, legal and technical problems, including a common approach to European research programs. AECMA contribute to the creation of a common European aerospace operations framework, by developing standards for products, quality systems and product support. AECMA also supported the interaction of industry with the civil aviation administration bodies in the areas of environment, aircraft product and process certification and air traffic management.
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Current Status: Inactive
Last Updated: October 25, 2013