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28/01/2020

PNR, illegal charters and sustainability in focus at AIR OPS 2020

Are you in compliance with the Passenger Name Record (PNR) directive? How serious a business threat do Illegal air charters pose?
PNR, illegal charters and sustainability in focus at AIR OPS 2020
29/05/2018

BACA and EBAA unite forces to combat illegal charter flights

May 21, 2018 - BACA - The Air Charter Association Ltd. and the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) today announced their decision to join forces to combat illegal charter flights – often referred to as grey charter – where aircraft that have not been approved for paying passengers are used for charter. BACA and EBAA will collectively gather data, via a joint reporting mechanism, in an attempt to gain a more accurate picture of an activity that clearly puts at risk the safety and integrity of the air charter market as a whole and those who use it.
BACA and EBAA unite forces to combat illegal charter flights
13/03/2020

Response following the publication of the Sala accident report

13 March, 2020 (Brussels/London). The following response can be attributed to the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), the British Business and General Aviation Association (BBGA) and The Air Charter Association (The ACA), following the publication of the Sala accident report conclusions by the UK’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB).
Response following the publication of the Sala accident report
31/01/2020

Associate Member Advisory Council

The Associate Member Advisory Council advises the EBAA Board of Governors on areas of interest to the membership and acts as the bridge between EBAA and our associate members.
Associate Member Advisory Council
13/11/2019

We are all ONE in the sky

13 November, 2020 (Brussels). EBAA, along with members of Europe's leading aviation associations have today published a joint paper setting out the principles to support the safe integration into European airspace of unmanned aircraft, or 'drones'.
We are all ONE in the sky