Please note that the ECAC office will be closed on Thursday 25 May 2017 in observance of national public holiday.
ECAC's priorities to fulfill its mission are threefold: to act as a pan-European aviation think-tank, to support its Member States in developing harmonised positions and serve as a centre of expertise.
ECAC also acts as a forum for joint discussions between Europe and other regions or States, promoting understanding on policy matters between its Member States and other regions of the world.
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ECAC ASSOCIATED BODIES
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