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EBAA Annual General Meeting Brussels, BE, 14 March 2019 Read more EBAA Annual General Meeting

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Working groups

Safety

Safety comes first for all aviation. EBAA promotes the use of best practices for all members, including approaches to reduce risk and implement initiatives to improve safety.

Safety
Working groups

Passenger Security

Passenger security screenings in business aviation is different. Business aviation offers and/or sells entire flights, not seats, as opposed to the business model of commercial airlines who sell individual tickets. Further, the majority of business aviation passengers are frequent flyers, who personally know the operators as they regularly fly between city-pairs.

Passenger Security
Working groups

Environment

The EBAA works with its members to adhere to best practices, standards, and regulations for the environment. The main objective of the environment working group is to ensure that European and international environmental measures are easy to implement and administer.

Environment
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Communications Advisory Board

Business aviation suffers from frequent misconceptions in European business and political circles. Decision-makers tend to consider business aircraft as toys as much as indispensable tools, overlooking business aviation’s economic importance, value and benefits. Misconceptions hurt not just the sector but those who use and benefit from its presence.

Communications Advisory Board
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Associate Members Advisory Council

The Associate Members Advisory Council (AMAC) was created in 2003, and has evolved over time to meet the needs of members.

Associate Members Advisory Council
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Airport Handling and Ground Operations Committee

The Airport Handling and Ground Operations Committee (AHGOC), supports sustainable growth of the business aviation industry and interests of EBAA members involved on the ground.

Airport Handling and Ground Operations Committee
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Airport Access

Every flight starts at the airport. EBAA calls for airport access regulation that allows business aviation the same rights as scheduled operators. Today continued access for business aviation is threatened by the growth of scheduled carriers, including low-cost commercial carriers, who are granted automatic preferential rights.

Airport Access