Flashcards in Aviation organisations Deck (22):
What does ICAO stand for?
International Civil Aviation Organisation
What does EASA stand for?
European Aviation Safety Agency
Why was EASA set up?
(EASA) was set up to promote the highest common standards of safety and environmental protection in civil aviation.
What does ECAC stand for?
European Civil Aviation Conference
How many states are in the European Civil Aviation Conference?
Currently consists of 44 members states comprising almost all European States.
What is Eurocontrol?
Eurocontrol is the European Organisation for the safety of Air Navigation
When was Eurocontrol created and by how many founding members?
Created in 1960 by six founding members.
How many member states does Eurocontrol currently have?
38 member states
What is Eurocontrol's objective?
The development of a uniform pan-European air traffic management (ATM) system.
What does SESAR stand for?
Single European Sky ATM Research
What is the primary objective of the network manager (Eurocontrol)?
To improve the performance of the European network
What does IATA stand for?
International Air Transport Association
What will happen as EASA develops?
- As EASA develops it will change some of the existing CAA process and procedures.
What is ECAC’s mission?
ECAC’s mission is the promotion of continued development of a safe, efficient and sustainable European air transport system.
What does SJU stand for?
SESAR Joint Undertaking.
How does SJU aim to improve air traffic management (ATM) performance?
By modernising and harmonising ATM systems through definition, development, validation and deployment of innovative technological and operational ATM solutions.
What does International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers’ Association (IFATCA) do?
Represent more than 50,000 ATCO in 137 countries.
-Promoting safety, efficiency and regularity in International air navigation
What does CANSO stand for?
Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation.
What does CANSO do?
The global voice of the companies that provide air traffic control, and represents the interests of ANSPs worldwide.
How does IATA aim to help airlines?
Aims to help airlines help themselves by simplifying processes and increasing passenger convenience while reducing costs and improving efficiency.
What is IATA?
An international trade body created 60 years ago that represents 230 airlines.