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ATN  |  Aerlines.nl  |  Just4airlines.com  |  Jane's Airport Review
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Air Transport News (ATN) is a new, but increasingly popular online source of air transport industry information. It includes air transport industry news, expert analysis, interviews with industry professionals, event announcements and book presentations. ATN makes the air transport industry news more accessible and provides a forum where industry experts, professionals and academics exchange views and engage in constructive discussions. Established in 2006, the ATN has over 6,000 subscribers, including airlines, airports, and industry suppliers. Its website is a popular web address, which airline professionals turn to in a search for the latest airline news.

Telephone: +30-2-109510355
Fax: +30-2-109581018
E-mail: info@airtransportnews.aero
Website: http://www.airtransportnews.aero
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Aerlines Magazine is a free and non profit internet journal on air transport matters, with a broad target readership of both academic and business backgrounds. Among our readers are students, researchers and business professionals. The board, editors and contributors participate on a voluntary basis.

The magazine is published four times per year and distributed electronically to all subscribers. Articles published in Aerlines report rather on implications of research conducted instead of the research process itself. Popular topics include Airline & Airport Economics; Aviation Policymaking; Air Law; Aeropolitical Matters; Air Cargo; & Air Safety. Aerlines Magazine also publishes books and essay bundles on these topics.

Aerlines.nl – The Netherlands
Telephone: +31 (0)6 48 92 40 69
E-mail: info@aerlines.nl
Website: http://www.aerlinesmagazine.com
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Just4airlines.com is a growing online media company established in Malaysia with offices in both Malaysia and the UK. It provides web-based news and travel information and event management services to the world airline industry. The company draws on its founders' expertise acquired with industry leaders such as BOAC, British Airways, IATA, and Canadian Pacific. J4A popular newsletter reaches over 100,000 aviation professionals every week and has a comprehensive aviation industry event calendar.

Telephone: +60 (0)3 5510 7063
Fax: +60 (0) 3 5510 4249
E-mail: support@just4airlines.com
Website: http://www.just4airlines.com
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Jane's global magazine, Jane's Airport Review, is recognised as the premier source for authoritative reporting on developments affecting the airport market. Jane's Airport Review provides comprehensive, accurate and impartial editorial coverage of passenger terminal technology, security, design, operations and management, air traffic control and ground handling. Our global audience comprises key decision makers and senior executives from the airport and airline industries in over 200 countries. Jane's information is available in a variety of formats including online, on CD-ROM, as HTML data for network solutions and in print. Jane's can provide you with key market intelligence on the aviation industry to assist you with your strategic planning. Jane's Airport Review is the ideal platform to expose your company's services to the industry.

Jane's Information Group Ltd
Telephone: +44 20 8700 3741
Fax: +44 20 8700 3859
E-mail: mat.stevens@janes.com
Website: http://www.janes.com
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Supporting Organizations
ACI  |  ACI-NA  |  AACO  |  AEA  |  ATCA  |  CANSO
ELFAA  |  EUROCONTROL  |  EUROCAE  |  IACA  |  IATA  |  IFATCA  |  IFALPA
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Airports Council International is the only global trade representative of the world's airports, some 573 members operating over 1,643 airports in 178 countries and territories.

Established in 1991, ACI represents airports interests with Governments and international organisations such as ICAO, develops standards, policies and recommended practices for airports and provides information and training opportunities to raise standards around the world.

ACI World Headquarters
Telephone: +41.22 717 8585
Fax: +41.22 717 8888
E-mail: aci@aci.aero
Website: http://www.aci.aero
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Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) represents local, regional and state governing bodies that own and operate commercial airports in the United States and Canada. ACI-NA's members enplane more than 95 percent of the domestic and virtually all the international airline passenger and cargo traffic in North America.

ACI-NA's membership consists of 174 airport operators with 366 airports in the U.S. and 49 airport operators with 180 airports in Canada. Nearly 400 aviation-related businesses are also members of the association. The mission of ACI-NA is to advocate policies and provide services that strengthen the ability of commercial airports to serve their passengers, customers and communities. ACI-NA is the largest of the five worldwide regions of Airports Council International (ACI).

ACI-NA Events in Focus:

The ACI World/North America 2008 Annual Conference and Exhibition, September 21-24, 2008, Boston, MA, USA

ACI-NA Airport Concessions Conference, November 10-13, 2008, Toronto, ON, Canada
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The Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO), established in 1965 within the framework of the Arab League of States, is the Regional Association of the Arab Airlines who have their home base in countries members of the Arab League.

The AACO's role can be broadly categorized under the following areas: Joint Projects, Coordination, Database & Interactive Publications, and International Representation.

Head Office – Beirut, Lebanon
Telephone: +961-1-861297/8/9
E-mail: info@aaco.org
Website: http://www.aaco.org
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The Association of European Airlines (AEA) brings together 35 major airlines, and has been the voice of the European airline industry for over 50 years.

AEA works in partnership with the institutions of the European Union and other stakeholders in the value chain, to ensure the sustainable growth of the European airline industry in a global context.

The Association of European Airline, Brussels, Belgium
Telephone: +32 (0)2 639 89 89
Fax: +32 (0)2 639 89 99
E-mail: aea.secretariat@aea.be
Website: http://www.aea.be
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Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) has been the premier global organization dedicated to the advancement of the science and profession of air traffic control for over fifty years. Members are drawn to ATCA because it is a professional organization with national and global influence, furthers the progress in ATC, ATM, aviation and aeronautical sciences, and policy developments. All aspects of the aviation business are affected by air traffic control and are found within the membership of ATCA.

Website: http://www.atca.org
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CANSO – The Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation – is the global voice of the companies that provide air traffic control, and represents the interests of Air Navigation Service Providers worldwide. CANSO members are responsible for supporting over 80% of world air traffic, control around 70% of world airspace and through our work groups, members share information and develop new policies, with the ultimate aim of improving air navigation services on the ground and in the air. CANSO also represents its members' views in major regulatory and industry forums, including at ICAO, where it has official Observer status.

CANSO Head Office, The Netherlands
Telephone: +31 (0)23 568 5380
Fax: +31 (0)23 568 5389
E-mail: info@canso.org
Website: http://www.canso.org
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The European Low Fares Airline Association (ELFAA) was officially launched in January 2004 out of a growing realisation that the particular views and interests of low fares airlines (LFAs), the fastest growing and most competitive sector in European air transport, and their customers were not being represented by traditional airline associations or reflected in recent EU air transport policy.

ELFAA currently has 11 airline members from 10 European countries carrying almost 60 million passengers per annum.

European Low Fares Airline Association (ELFAA), Brussels, Belgium
Telephone: +32 (0)2 234 63 86
Fax: +32 (0)2 234 79 11
E-mail: info@elfaa.com
Website: http://www.elfaa.com
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EUROCONTROL, the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation, is an intergovernmental organisation of 38 Member States and the European Community. Its primary objective is the development of a seamless, pan-European air traffic management system.

Originally founded in 1960, EUROCONTROL's core activities are cooperative network design, pan-European functions and regional air traffic control services.

Working closely with Member States, air navigation service providers, civil and military airspace users, airports, the aerospace industry, professional organisations, intergovernmental organisations and European institutions, EUROCONTROL's ultimate aim is the creation of a Single European Sky that will ensure airspace users and passengers continue to benefit from a safe, expeditious and efficient air transport system.

EUROCONTROL Headquarters, Brussels, Belgium
Telephone: +32 2 729 51 51
Fax: +32 2 729 9198
E-mail: infocentre@eurocontrol.int
Website: http://www.eurocontrol.int
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European Organisation for Civil Aviation Equipment (EUROCAE), is a non profit organisation which was formed at Lucerne (Switzerland) in 1963 to provide a European forum for resolving technical problems with electronic equipment for air transport.

EUROCAE deals exclusively with Aviation standardisation (Airborne and Ground Systems and Equipments) and related documents as required for use in the regulation of aviation equipment and systems.

EUROCAE members include Equipment and Airframe Manufacturers, Regulators, European and International Civil Aviation Authorities, Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP), Airlines, Airports and other users.

EUROCAE – France
Telephone: +33 1 40 92 79 30
Fax: +33 1 46 55 62 65
E-mail: eurocae@eurocae.net
Website: http://www.eurocae.eu
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The International Air Carrier Association (IACA) is the recognised voice of leisure carriers. The Organization actively cooperates with international institutions, national authorities and airport authorities in order to ensure that the specific needs of leisure airlines are taken into consideration. IACA represents 38'airlines serving leisure destinations in Europe, North Africa, the Americas, and the Caribbeans.

IACA HQ – Brussels, Belgium
Telephone: +32 (0)2 546 10 60
Fax: +32 (0)2 546 10 70
E-mail: iaca.hq@iaca.be
Website: http://www.iaca.be
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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is its global trade organisation.

Over 60 years, IATA has developed the commercial standards that built a global industry. Today, IATA's mission is to represent, lead and serve the airline industry. Its members comprise some 230 airlines – the world's leading passenger and cargo airlines among them – representing 93 percent of scheduled international air traffic.

IATA HQ – Montreal, Canada
Telephone: +1 514 874 0202
Fax: +1 514 874 9632
Website: http://www.iata.org
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International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers' Associations (IFATCA) is the worldwide organisation representing more than fifty thousand air traffic controllers in 130 countries.

The Federation promote safety, efficiency, and regularity in international air navigation. It comprises Member Associations that are divided into four regions – Africa & Middle East, Americas, Asia & Pacific and Europe.

IFATCA enjoys a worldwide reputation amongst all partners in Air Traffic Management with representation in many areas including ICAO and EUROCONTROL working groups.

IFATCA – Montreal, Canada
Telephone: +1 514 866 7040
Fax: +1 514 866 7612
E-mail: office@ifatca.org
Website: http://www.ifatca.org
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The International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Associations (IFALPA) represents in excess of 100,000 pilots in more than 100 countries world-wide. The mission of IFALPA is to be the global voice of airline pilots, promoting the highest level of aviation safety and security world-wide and providing services, support and representation to all of its Member Associations.

IFALPA Offices – UK
Telephone: +44 1932 571711
Fax: +44 1932 570920
E-mail: ifalpa@ifalpa.org
Website: http://www.ifalpa.org
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For more information please contact:

Leslie Cary
Phone: +1 514-954-8219 (extension 7024 or 6190)
Fax: +1 514-954-8197
E-mail: inexses@icao.int