IAWA is currently affiliated with the following organizations. Click on the links below to learn more about each organization.
Airports Council International, ACI, is "the voice of the world's airports" and includes 573 regular members operating 1,751 airports in 174 countries and territories, representing more than 95 percent of global airport traffic. ACI is a non-profit organization whose prime purpose is to advance the interests of airports and to promote professional excellence in airport management and operations.
ALTA (Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association) is a non-profit organization, whose more than 40 member airlines represent over 90 percent of the regions commercial air traffic. ALTA coordinates the collaborative efforts of its members in order to facilitate the development of safer, more efficient and environmentally friendly air transport in the Latin America and Caribbean region for the mutual benefit of the associations members, their customers and the industry.
Serving over 1.2 million professionals in 185 countries, Aviation Week is the largest information and services provider to the global commercial, defense, maintenance/repair/overhaul (MRO), space and business aviation communities and plays a critical role in connecting industry professionals worldwide.
The International Aviation Club brings together aviation interests in support of a common objective: "...to foster and promote interest in the maintenance and development of aircraft, airports, air navigation and air transportation, international agreements, cooperation and treaties, as all of these... apply to international aviation."
The International Air Transport Association is the trade association for the world's airlines, representing some 240 airlines or 84 percent of total air traffic. It supports many areas of aviation activity and helps formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues.
A specialized agency of the United Nations, the International Civil Aviation Organization was created in 1944 to promote the safe and orderly development of international civil aviation throughout the world. It sets standards and regulations necessary for aviation safety, security, efficiency and regularity, as well as for aviation environmental protection.
For over 30 years, the International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading has been dedicated to fostering and promoting interest and educational opportunities in commercial aviation while providing a forum for those involved in the aviation and supporting industries. ISTAT currently represents more than 3,000 members worldwide who are involved in operating, manufacturing, maintaining, selling, purchasing, financing, leasing, appraising, insuring or other activities related to the commercial aviation sector.
The Wings Club was founded in New York City in 1942. The purpose was specifically for maintaining a non-profit aviation meeting place in New York City to promote the advancement and development of aeronautics. This provided a center for discussion of matters pertaining to aviation as well as services and facilities to aid them in their aeronautical activities.
professional body dedicated to the aerospace community, the Royal Aeronautical Society exists to further the advancement of aeronautical art, science and engineering around the world. It seeks to promote the highest professional standards in all aerospace disciplines, provide specialist information and play a leading role in influencing opinion on aerospace matters.
Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance is a non-profit organization made up of coalition of aerospace companies that serve North America’s largest commercial aerospace manufacturing cluster which centers round The Boeing Company just outside of Seattle, Washington. With members and affiliates around the world, PNAA strengthens the manufacturing supply chain through dynamic events designed to inform aerospace leaders, connect aerospace interests, and inspire industry collaboration and innovation.
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Airlink is a nonprofit organization working with aviation and logistics partners to transport relief workers and emergency supplies for reputable non-governmental organizations (NGOs) responding to rapid-onset disasters and other humanitarian crises around the globe.
Airlink’s unique model brings together skilled humanitarian actors, commercial aviation assets, and the power of both individuals and companies in the aviation industry as a collective force for good.