Aerial Firefighting Industry Association 空中消防工业协会
William R. Broadwell, Executive Director
PO Box 523068, Springfield, Virginia, 22152, USA
The mission is to promote and advance the common interests of the commercial aerial fire fighting industry for the purposes of enhancing the long term stability and well being of the industry, and improving its effectiveness, safety, maintenance standards and aircraft availability.
Air Care Alliance
Rol Murrow, Chairman
1515 East 71st Street, Suite 312, Tulsa, OK, 74136, USA
The Air Care Alliance is a nationwide league of humanitarian flying organizations whose volunteer pilots are dedicated to community service. The ACA website www.aircareall.org will introduce you to us and to all the groups we list whose volunteers perform public benefit flying for health care, patient transport, disaster relief, environmental support, and other missions of public service. This is the only site which lists all volunteer pilot organizations, whether members of ACA or not.
Aéro-Club De-France 法国航空俱乐部
Sandrine Vacher, Communications and Events
6 Rue Galilée, Paris Cedex 16,75782, France
The Aéro-Club de France was the first national aeroclub created in the world. Founded in 1898, it edited the first aeronautical rules and delivered the first pilot licenses. Today it still acts for the promotion and development of aeronautics and space by organizing events such as the exhibition "Champs d' Aviation" on the Champs-Elysees in Paris in September 1998 and "Mondial des Patrouilles", a meeting of the best patrols in the world. One of its latest actions was the creation of the internet website "onlinepilot.com" to deliver the first virtual pilot licenses in the world.
AHS International (The Vertical Flight Society)
Rhett Flater, Executive Director
217 North Washington St., Alexandria, VA, 22314, USA
AHS members cover the entire spectrum of the international rotorcraft industry including representatives from government, military, civil operators, engineers, management, and academia. Our worldwide corporate membership includes airframe and engine manufactures, avionics and systems integrators, suppliers and consultants.
Air Navigation Services for the Czech Republic (ANS)
K. Letisti 1040/10, 160 08 Praha, 6, Czech Republic
The main activity of Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic (ANS CR) is the control of civil aviation operating in the Czech Republic airspace and at major international airports. The airspace of the Czech Republic is managed to a high standard, it has high capacity and a high degree of safety. ANS CR is constantly modernizing its facilities and all its employees are full-fledged professionals. They represent the organization and also the country in prestigious European and international institutions, e.g. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), EUROCONTROL, Air Traffic Control Association, Inc. (ATCA) and Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO).
该组织(ANS CR)的主要活动是代表民航空管部门，管理捷克斯洛伐克共和国的空域和主要国际机场。捷克的空域正以高标准的方式进行管理，它具有高容量和安全性特点。ANS CR不断更新其设施，而其职员也是经验丰富的专业人员；作为组织也代表国家参与欧洲和国际权威组织，如：国际民航组织(ICAO)、欧洲航行安全组织、空中交通管制组织(ATCA)和民航导航服务组织(CANSO)。
Air Traffic Control Association 空中交通管制协会
Gabriel A. Hartl, President
2300 Clarendon Blvd. Suite 711, Arlington, VA, 22201, USA
Tel: (703) 522-5717; Fax: (703) 527-7251; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Website: www.atca.org
A non-profit, non-government, professional organization. Membership is open to all who share a common interest in promoting and encouraging the advancement of aviation and air traffic control. The governing body is composed of representatives from all segments of the aviation community.
Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) 航空运输执行协会
Philippe Rochat, Executive Director
33 route de l' Aéroport 33, P.O. Box 49, 1215 Geneva 15, Switzerland
The Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) is an independent coalition of over 80 organizations from throughout the air transport industry united to press for economically beneficial aviation capacity improvements in an environmentally responsible manner. ATAG is a leading proponent of aviation infrastructure issues including the economic benefits of air transport, the industry's superior environmental performance, the need for major improvements in airport and air traffic management capacity, and the development of improved ground access to airports. World-wide membership includes airlines, manufacturers, air traffic control authorities, airline pilot and air traffic controller unions, chambers of commerce, tourism and travel associations, investment organizations, ground transport and communications providers.
Airborne Law Enforcement Association (ALEA) 航空执法人协会
Sherry W. Hadley, CAE Executive Director
P.O. Box 3683, Tulsa, OK, 74101-3683, USA
Membership in ALEA includes: Every issue of Air Beat magazine, annual ALEA Membership Directory, ALEA Buyer's Guide, free ALEA Safety Seminars in your region, discount registration for the ALEA Annual Convention and Exposition.
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Airline Suppliers Association 航空供应商协会
Michelle Schweitzer, President 1707 H Street, NW, Suite #701, Washington, DC, 20006, USA
Promotes safety, regulatory compliance and ethical business practices among aviation parts suppliers and throughout the aviation industry. A not-for-profit trade organization representing companies that purchase and sell aircraft parts as well as companies that service the aircraft supplier industry. Members include air carriers, certificated repair stations, manufacturers, distributors, consultants, and attorneys worldwide. The Association is dedicated to educating and training aviation executives and their employees who are involved in quality assurance, purchasing, and operations. Publishes a monthly newsletter, The Update Report. Provides training through ASA抯 Annual Conference as well as through regional workshops on regulations, aviation law, hazardous materials, quality procedures, bi-lateral issues, aviation commerce, and much more. Author and provider of the ASA-100 Quality System Standard.
Airports Authority of Thailand 泰国机场当局
Nipon Sakornyen, Air Chief Marshall and Managing Director 171 Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Don Muang, Bangkok, 10210, Thailand
Mission: AAT is dedicated to operate and promote the airport business as well as to provide other related services. Objectives: 1. to support the country's economic development; 2. to support the government's policy of prosperity distribution; 3. to promote Bangkok International Airport as the central air traffic hub for Southeast Asia. The 5 airports under AAT are Bangkok International Airport, Chiang Mai International Airport, Hat Yai International Airport, Phuket International Airport and Chiang Rai International Airport.
Airports Council International (ACI) Latin America & the Caribbean
Fernando Oliveira, Regional Secretary
IAAIM, Edif. Sede, Piso 8, Areopuerto, Maiquetia, Venezuela
Airports Council International is the voice of the world's airports. It has six regional offices, headquartered in Brussels, Cairo, Caracas, New Delhi, Vancouver and Washington. Our Office, in Caracas, Venezuela, is responsible for ACI's interests in the Latin America and Caribbean region, which covers the area from Mexico to the extreme south of Argentina.
Alaska Airmen's Association 阿拉斯加飞行员协会
Betsy Torres P.O. Box 241185, Anchorage, AK, 99515, USA
A non-profit organization that has been serving Alaska's general aviation since 1950. Its goals are to promote general aviation, promote flying safety, and provide a forum to address important aviation issues. The association works closely with the FAA and other agencies, as well as with state and local governments, to ensure that aviation remains vital and viable part of Alaska. Membership in the association is open to everyone including non-Alaskan residents. Benefits include a quarterly newsletter, fuel and parts discounts, news alerts, etc. The association holds the annual Aviation Trade Show and Conference each Spring.
Allied Pilots Association 飞行员同盟会
O'Connell Building, 14600 Trinity Boulevard, Suite 500, Fort Worth, TX, 76155-2512, USA
Certified collective bargaining agent for American Pilots Union.
American Powered Parachute Association 美国动力跳伞协会
Bob Schmidt, President P.O. Box 45, Greenville, IL, 62246, USA
Hosts the World Powered Parachute Championships in Greenville, Illinois in August.
Angeles City Flying Club 天使城飞行俱乐部
Melvin Troth, Manager Woodland Airpark, Magalang, Pampanga, 2011, Philippines
Angeles City Flying Club is dedicated to Sport (Ultralights) Aviation. We offer flight instruction and aircraft rental to qualified club members. We have full Sport Aviation Maintenance facilities and a 450 meter grass runway. Our club also has a swimming pool, clubhouse with canteen and view deck.
AOPA-Sweden AOPA-瑞 典
Sven Martin, President Bromma Airport, Gate B, Bromma, S-161 69, Sweden
AOPA-Sweden serves 1,150 members. The SCAN-AOPA newsletter is provided to their members three times a year. They provide in-depth technical assistance from small aircraft components and maintenance to regulations. AOPA-Sweden has an Aviation Safety Board that works with all aspects of general aviation safety issues. Their member lawyers will assist with legal matters and their medical staff provides pilot examinations for the Med-exam. They work diligently on the design of controlled airspace, fee levels, airports, education at various license levels, customs and FAL matters. AOPA-Sweden participates in the European Partner Services program.
Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance (AWAM) 航空维修妇女联合会
Robin Lamar, President
P. O. Box 1030, Edgewater, FL, 32132-1030, USA
AWAM is open to both men and women and has membership opportunities for individuals, students, and corporations. Our membership consists of maintenance technicians, engineers, teachers, scientists, vendors and pilots that support maintenance in one form or another. Our goal is to help women in the aviation maintenance related fields and find ways to network and support each other in this field.
Australian Parachute Federation (APF) 澳大利亚跳伞联合会
John Chapman, Technical Officer
37 Geils Court, PO Box 144, Deakin, ACT, 2600, Australia
The APF is the organization that controls skydiving and parachuting at nearly all the civilian operations in Australia. It sets the standards of operation, conducts competitions, issues licenses and instructor ratings, conducts exams and publishes a magazine and News-Sheets to keep its members informed of current events and safety standards. The APF also controls parachute rigger and packer standards in Australia.
BDLI-German Aerospace Industries Association 德国航空工业协会
Diana Winkler, Press & Pub. Relations
Friedrichstr. 152, Berlin, 10113, Germany
An organization which brings together the leading German companies and institutions active in the field of aerospace. The 118 members are organized into four manufacturer groups (MGs): Aerospace Systems, Engines, Equipment and Materials, and Technology and Components.
Bird Strike Committee Italy (BSCI) 意大利鸟撞事件委员会
V. Battistoni Aeroporto di Fiumicino, Rome, Italy
Branch of the Ministry of Transport, ENAC (Agency for Civil Aviation). Studies, consults, makes proposals in the field of bird strike prevention. The organization has participated in several international meetings.
British Microlight Aircraft Association (BMAA) 英国微型飞机协会
Chris Finnigan, Chief Executive
The Bullring, Deddington, Banbury, Oxford, OX15 0TT, UK
The British Microlight Aircraft Association looks after the interests of microlight owners in the UK. It is an organization approved by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and has powers delegated to it to control training and airworthiness. Its aims are to further the sport of microlight aviation, keep flying costs down to a minimum for its members and to represent them in national and international matters relating to our sport.
British Women's Pilots' Association (BWPA) 英国女子飞行协会
Diana Britten, President Brooklands Museum, Brooklands Rd., Weybridge, Surrey, KT130 QN, UK
The BWPA exists to promote aviation, particularly to women. There are over three hundred members of the BWPA involved in all areas of aviation. Amongst our members are student pilots, those flying for a hobby, airline captains, military pilots and flying instructors. Members are of all ages and backgrounds but share a common enthusiasm for flying.
Canadian Aviation Historical Society (CAHS) 加拿大航空维修协会
G. Edward Rice, National President
Willowdale, Ontario, M2N 5S8, Canada
The CAHS was founded in 1962 by Canadian Aviation enthusiasts from the Toronto area receiving a Federal Charter in 1963. Now, after 38 years with Chapters from Vancouver, BC to Halifax NS, the CAHS remains the primary source of information and research on Canada抯 rich aviation history.
Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Australia 澳大利亚民航安全局
Peter Gibson, Public Relations Manager
Cnr Northbourne Ave & Barry Dr., GPO Box 2005, Canberra, ACT, 2601, Australia
CASA's primary regulatory functions are carried out by four divisions: Aviation Safety Standards, Aviation Safety Promotion, Aviation Safety Compliance, Aviation Regulatory Services. Supporting these divisions are a Corporate Services division, an Office of Legal Counsel, a Government, Industry and International Branch and a Quality and Internal Audit Branch. CASA's head office is in Canberra, at the corner of Northbourne Avenue and Barry Drive in Civic. CASA also has offices at: Cairns, Townsville, Brisbane, Tamworth, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Darwin. In total about 600 people work for CASA. This includes people who are experts in flying, engineering, licensing, aviation standards, investigations, human resources, administration and information technology.
Cleveland Soaring Society 克利夫兰滑翔社团
Steve Raab, Chief Instructor
Warren, OH USA
Based in Warren, Ohio, the Cleveland Soaring Society (CSS) provides flying facilities for its members on a nonprofit basis and encourages their training by providing ground school and flight instruction in sailplanes and gliders.
Deutscher Hangegleiter Verband (DHV) 德国滑翔飞行协会
Benedikt Liebermeister, Public Relations
Postfach 88, Gemund am Tegernsee, 83701, Germany
The German Hang-gliding Association trains hang-gliding and paragliding instructors, licenses aviation schools, examines pilots and tests hang-gliders, paragliders, harness gear, rescue equipment and winches. All of this is commissioned by the Germany Ministry of Transport and contributes considerably to flight safety.
Av. General Ro?adas, 113 R/C Esqo, Lisboa, 1170-157, Portugal
The European Association of Aerospace Students: A short overview, including it's goals, structure and the spectrum of activities that the association and it's local groups organize locally and on the European level, is found on the Website. The association is supported by universities, companies and institutions all over Europe. Some of them have become supporting members of our association.
European Federation of Airline Dispatchers Association (EUFALDA) 欧洲航线签派同盟组织
Matthias Duerbeck, Secretary
Organization serving the Flight Dispatchers all over Europe. The main concern is to keep up and further improve the high professional standards of aviation safety within Europe.
Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) 国际航空联合会
Avenue Mon Repos 24, Lausanne, 1005, Switzerland
An international, non-profit-making, non-governmental organization, with the main aim of the development throughout the world of sport aviation and astronautical activities through specific objectives: to make evident the essentially international spirit of aeronautics as a powerful instrument for bringing all people closer in mutual understanding and friendship regardless of political, racial or religious considerations, thereby helping to create international good will and thus build a better and more peaceful world; to bring together the air sports men and women of the world in international competition; to educate young people through sport in a spirit of mutual understanding and friendship; to coordinate its Members' separate efforts to further aeronautics and astronautics throughout the world; to protect and safeguard the interests of its Members in the use of air space; to provide a forum for the exchange of information and discussion of mutual problems with other elements of civil aeronautics.
Foundation Aerovision Quebec 魁北克航空基金会
Pierre Thiffault, Vice President, Communications
4625 Leckie street, Suite 600, Saint-Hubert, Quebec, J3Y 9E6, Canada
A non profit organization created to generate an awareness of the contribution of Quebec to the conquest of the air. This was to be achieved by fostering the implementation of the Québec Air and Space Museum, at the Saint-Hubert airport (near Montréal, Canada), which would be devoted to the preservation of the aeronautical heritage of Quebec, as well as that of the pioneers and heroes of our aviation history.
Gliding Federation of Australia 澳大利亚滑翔联合会
Julia DeCarteret, Secretary
130 Wirraway Road, Essendon Airport, Victoria, 3041, Australia
The range of experience in gliding is almost limitless. The GFA is as equally concerned to provide opportunities, training and encouragement for performance oriented pilots, who spend their time and efforts improving their standard for competition and record-breaking, as it is cater for the "Sunday Flyers" who just want to enjoy a quiet soaring flight at their local aerodrome. It is also very much the aim of the GFA to offer its services as an organization acting as a buffer between glider-pilots who simply wish to fly for fun and the aviation authorities and other aviation groupings who, if not held in check, can tend to promote over-regulation and limitations on reasonable freedom to fly as sporting pilots.
向国际航空界公布贵单位业绩之便捷途径 - 《民航报导》（CCAR）
Helicopter Association International 国际直升机协会
Marilyn F. McKinnis, Director, Marketing & Expositions
1635 Prince Street, Alexandria, VA 22314-2818 USA
Regarded throughout the world as the voice of the civil helicopter industry, the Helicopter Association International (HAI) is the professional trade association that represents helicopter owners, operators, affiliated companies, and helicopter enthusiasts. The association receives and disseminates information concerning the use, operation, hiring, contracting, and leasing of helicopters. HAI publishes ROTOR, a quarterly magazine for the industry; the Helicopter Annual; and annually organizes HELI-EXPO, the largest trade association dedicated to the civil helicopter industry. HELI-EXPO 2003 - Feb 9-11, Dallas, Texas.
Hungarian Aeronautical Association 匈牙利航空组织
Dr. Dezs? Hegedüs, Secretary General H-1550, Budapest, Pf 59, Hungary
The Hungarian Aeronautical Association is a non-profit-making public utility sport organization coordinating Hungarian air sport activities as well as representing them at the FAI. The HAA is an active FAI member since 1910. It is training, qualifying and authorizing pilots and air service individuals as well as operating and servicing aircraft. Its commissions range over the following air sports: general aviation, gliding, hang-gliding, microlight flying, parachuting, paragliding, ballooning, aerobatics, oldtimer and rotorcraft flying, cyberflight, aeromodelling, and amateur aircraft-building. Moreover, the HAA offers a broad range of services, such as pilot training, aircraft servicing, pleasure flights, aerial photography, aerial advertising, etc.
Idaflieg-Association of German Academic Flying Groups 德国学术飞行小组协会
Alexander Weisser, President
Idaflieg, c/o Akademische Fliegergruppe Stuttgart, Pfaffenwaldring 35, Stuttgart, 70569, Germany
The underlying concept of academic flying groups ("Akaflieg") organized in the idaflieg could be summarized as "Students researching, designing, building, flying, testing, improving !". The idaflieg represents a kind of "umbrella-organization", providing support and representation for its member groups, ten academic flying groups with a strong bias towards research and development. It organizes several annual flying camps, provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and know-how with industry and acts as a common 'brand name', e.g. for participation in trade expos and fairs.
Idaho Aviation Association 美国爱达荷州航空协会
Larry Robinson Idaho USA
The Idaho Aviation Association exists to protect and serve the rights of individual airmen and to promote, preserve and protect the interests of all segments of general aviation internationally, nationally but primarily in the State of Idaho. We exist additionally to promote or oppose by lobbying or any other effective means, any laws, rules or regulations that affect general aviation. Additionally we encourage the promotion of educational and informational programs.
International Air Cargo Association (The) 国际航空货运协会
Daniel C. Fernandez, Secretary General PO Box 661510, Miami, Fl, 33266, USA
TIACA'S mission is to champion the causes of the air logistics industry, promote unity and mutual cooperation among its members, and advance the industry's role as a major power in world trade. The Association serves as the primary voice and force for positive change and fair practices, and to provide key leadership for all interests in expanding global commerce through air distribution. TIACA'S role is to act as a catalyst to improve industry cooperation, to promote innovation, to share knowledge, to enhance quality and efficiency, to develop educational and trade vehicles, and to act as the voice of the industry whenever and wherever possible. TIACA believes a strong association can perform a vital role in enhancing cooperation, understanding and commerce among nations.
International Fellowships of Flying Rotarians "扶轮国际"飞行会员国际联合会
Tom Surowka, World Sec.-Treas. 4660 Ocean Blvd. D-1, Sarasota, FL, 34242, USA
Brings together flying and non-flying Rotarians alike all over the world. Many members have flown their private aircraft over the oceans of the earth for conventions, fly-in events, Rotary service projects, and various other home club and district programs. International understanding has and will continue to benefit through the Fellowship.
该联合会将全世界飞行和非飞行的扶轮国际会员联合在一起。许多会员使用他们私人飞机越洋参加大型会议、飞行表演、"扶轮国际"服务项目，及其各种当地俱乐部和地区活动。已具备的国际化的认知 将持续为联合会带来好处 。
International Society of Women Airline Pilots (ISWAP) 国际妇女飞行员协会
Victor Kobzev, Marketing Director
2250-E Tropicana Avenue, Suite 19-395, Las Vegas, NV, 89119-6594, USA
The idea of preserving the history of women in aviation was just a dream. Since then, memorabilia and historical artifacts have been collected, preserved and stored. Today this dream is a reality. The International Women's Air and Space Museum, Inc., opened in March 1986, in Centerville, a suburb of Dayton, Ohio. Since that time we have grown and expanded and have now been welcomed by the City of Cleveland, Ohio, where you will find our new home at Burke Lakefront Airport. Our exhibits are in the lobby at Burke, as well as the west concourse, and are accessible seven days a week. Since we are located in a public building, museum admission is free!
Italian Federation of Simulated Flight (FIVS) 意大利模拟飞行联合会
Pino Finizio, Via San Quintino 7, Rome, 00185, Italy
FIVS Italian Federation of Simulated Flight is an Italian first. It was founded in 1997 by a group of virtual flight enthusiasts, and is working to reach an ambitious goal: the acknowledgement of simulated flight as a real sports discipline, equal to other aviation disciplines. So far, results have been above what was expected.
Leicestershire Microlight Aircraft Club (LMAC) 英国累斯特微型飞机俱乐部
Barry Underwood The Bullring, Deddington, Banbury, Oxford, OX15 0TT, UK
The Leicestershire Microlight Aircraft Club (LMAC) is a non-commercial flying club based in the south of the county of Leicestershire. The main flying site at Swinford is close to junction 20 of the M1. Most of the work of running the club is done on a voluntary basis by members. LMAC is able to offer flexing and fixed wing training to the PPL (microlight), having an instructor and examiner within the club. The club also has two inspectors and two check pilots. This enables us to keep the 50 or so aircraft in the club flying safely at the minimum of cost.
Mercy Medical Airlift 慈善医药空运组织
Steve Patterson 4620 Haygood Road Suite 1, Virginia Beach, VA, 23455, USA
A non-profit organization dedicated to serving people in situations of compelling human need through the provision of charitable air transportation, MMA is totally supported through charitable giving and the services of volunteer pilots and office assistants. MMA's mission is to facilitate a charitable means of long distance medical air transport for all medically indigent, low-income and financially vulnerable patients in our society thereby ensuring equal access to distant specialized medical treatment or to appropriate facilities and settings for continuing care.
Minority Pilot Association Academy (MPAA) 美国少数民族飞行员联合学院
Captain Larkin Miller P.O.BOX 765065, Dallas, TX, 75376, USA
Minority Pilot Association/Academy USA is a diverse group of caring, professional men and women who want to achieve a more diversified representation among professional pilots. According to the latest Department of Labor Statistics minorities are not fairly represented. MPAA USA is committed to assist young men and women achieve the goal of becoming a professional pilot. Our program focuses on training minorities until a fair representation is reached among professional pilot ranks.
National Air Disaster Alliance/Foundation 国家航空疾病基金会
Gail Dunham, President 2020 Pennsylvania Ave. NW #315, Washington, DC, 20006, USA
NADA/F represents survivors and those who have lost loved ones from over 80 air disasters, as well as aviation professionals and the traveling public. We are the largest grassroots air safety organization in the world.
National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) 国际空管人员协会
Courtney Portner, Director of Communication
1325 Massachusetts Ave., NW, Washington, DC, 20005, USA
The National Air Traffic Controllers Association represents over 15,000 air traffic controllers, engineers, and other safety related professionals. We are a federal sector labor union, a direct affiliate of the AFL/CIO, and next summer we will celebrate fifteen years as an organization. Our membership is found in every state, territory and possession in the United States. NATCA is very proud to represent not only the interests of our membership, but the safety interests of the flying public, as well. Our motto, Safety Above All, is the litmus test against which all our decisions are based. We continually strive to improve and enhance aviation safety, and we proudly provide the safest air traffic control system in the world.
National Association of State Aviation Officials (NASAO) 国家航空官员协会
Dina Green, Manager of Communications
8401 Colesville Road - Suite 505, Silver Spring, MD, 20910, USA
Founded in 1931, it is one of the most senior aviation organizations in the US, predating even the FAA and the Civil Aeronautics Authority. The states first established it to ensure uniformity of safety measures, to standardize airport regulations and to develop a truly national air transportation system responsive to local, state, and regional needs. Since 1931, it has been unique among aviation advocates. NASAO represents the men and women, in state government aviation agencies, who serve the public interest in all 50 states, Guam and Puerto Rico. These highly skilled professionals are full partners with the federal government in the development and maintenance of the safest and most efficient aviation system in the world.
National Aviation Space Education Alliance (NASEA) 全国航空航天教育联盟
Joseph Murtari, President 23 Nutmeg Drive, Enfield, Connecticut, 06082, USA
A non-profit public benefit corporation formed to enhance the work of state aviation and space education councils and related organizations by improving communications among them and by developing mutual support programs, NASEA works to support: utilizing exposure to aviation and space topics to stimulate enthusiasm for learning among students, encouraging the use of aviation and space oriented curricula in schools and other educational institutions; fostering and improving the public awareness of aviation and aerospace; and enhancing communications and cooperation among governmental agencies, educational institutions, industry and other organizations in support of aviation and space education.
National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Bar Association 国家运输安全董事会律师协会
Paul A. Lange, Eastern Regional Vice-President 2296 Main St., Stratford, CT, 06615-5938, USA
Founded in 1984, the NTSB Bar Association is comprised of attorneys that practice before the United States National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the Department of Transportation (DOT). While the main focus of the group is the representation of pilots and aviation businesses in regulatory, certification, and enforcement actions, many members practice in other areas of the law as well, such as air crash litigation, aviation insurance defense, taxation, and business law. Membership in the Association is open to practicing attorneys, law students or other individuals interested in aviation law. Many members are active pilots.
National WWII Glider Pilots 国家二战滑翔机飞行员协会
S. Tipton Randolph, National Secretary 136 West Main Street, Freehold, NJ, 07728, USA
A 501(c)(19) non-profit veterans organization consisting of World War II Glider Pilot members who earned the MOS 1026 and the Glider Pilots wings. Other individuals may apply for associate membership by virtue of their interest in, contributions to, the general goals and purposes of the association.
North Texas Commission 北德克萨斯委员会
Dan S. Petty, President P.O. Box 610246, DFW International Airport, Dallas, TX, 75261, USA
A regional economic development agency 29 years old, charged with marketing Dallas/Fort Worth region of North Texas globally. In addition, we market DFW International Airport globally. Aviation, general, corporate and commercial, particularly air cargo, are the areas of aviation development we concentrate on. We are a non-profit agency relying on member dues for funding our programs. Our membership consists of the cities of North Texas, the universities, the chambers of commerce and the cities.
Regional Airline Association 支线航空协会
Carol Jewell, Program Administrator
2025 M Street, NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC, 20036-3309, USA
The Regional Airline Association, a non-profit organization, represents U.S. regional airlines and the manufacturers of the products and services that support the industry, before the Congress, Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Transportation and other federal agencies. Founded in 1975, RAA also provides a wide array of technical and promotional services to regional airlines. RAA's member airlines transported 94 percent of total regional airline industry passengers in 2001.
Soaring Association 滑翔协会
Vic Powell PO Box 589, Marshall, MI, 49068, USA
Aero Sports Connection's non-motorized division. Represents all aspects of non-powered ultralight flight. Membership is open to citizens all nations. Recognizes pilot ratings issued by national organizations. Will translate a rating into the Association's ratings of Student Pilot or Pilot. Membership include the monthly Aero Connections magazine. Association chapters can be formed in all nations.
South African Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association (SAHPA) 南非悬挂式滑翔和翼伞飞行组织
Louise Liversedge, Secretary
PO Box 1993, Halfway House, 1685, South Africa
Represents hang gliding, paragliding and powered paragliding in South Africa. Provides a flying site guide and insurance cover for visiting pilots, and can put them in contact with local pilots and flying schools.
Swedish Aviation Historical Society (SFF) 瑞典航空历史社团
Lennart Berns, Chief of Secretariat
Svensk Flyghistorisk F?rening PO Box 10267, SE-10055, Stockholm, Sweden
The Society, founded 1961, supports serious research and documentation of Swedish Aviation History. SFF is the biggest association of aviation history in Sweden with more than 5000 members. The members are aviation historians and people interested in aviation in general. The activity is run privately or in groups. In a dozen places regional activity is organized. The members can six times a year enjoy our bimonthly magazine, the Svensk Flyghistorisk Tidskrift, and once a year, a book. These publications of course contain pictures and copy primarily about Swedish aviation. All this is included in the membership. The members can also purchase, at favourable prices, aviation books and other products.
U.S. Parachute Association 美国降伞协会 Kevin Gibson, Director of Communications
1440 Duke St., Alexandria, VA, 22314, USA
A not-for-profit association of 35,000 skydivers primarily in the U.S., with 15% membership in other countries. USPA compiles and distributes information on the sport of skydiving, develops instructional programs for student skydivers, and trains and rates skydiving instructors. Through the National Aeronautical Association, USPA is the official sanctioning body of the Federation Aeronautique Internationale in the U.S. for skydiving competition and sponsors all official U.S. Parachute Teams for world competition. USPA publishes Parachutist Magazine monthly, the world's leading skydiving magazine.