We work with leading organisations for the improvement of aviation

International Air Carrier Association (IACA)

The International Air Carrier Association (IACA) represents 28 global carriers and focuses on achieving a cost effective environment for the aviation industry.

IACA airlines operate various business models to cater for different demands in the travel market, including low-cost, seat-only and tour operator traffic. Their common feature is efficiency in terms of fleet utilisation and load factor.

Founded in 1971, IACA is a member-driven organisation led by a team of aviation experts. Based in Brussels, the association focuses on achieving the most cost-effective environment for IACA members.

British Aviation Group (BAG)

The British Aviation Group (BAG) is the leading representative body for UK companies involved in the airport and aviation development sector. BAG’s primary role is to help UK companies win business in airport and aviation developments (in the UK and overseas) and to help clients identify UK suppliers of goods and services to meet their needs.

The British Air Transport Association (BATA)

BATA is the trade body for UK registered airlines and has been in existence for nearly 40 years. They work with their members in helping to develop and represent their views on issues of common interest to government, regulators and other agencies and also to the media. Issues they are focused upon include taxation, noise and the environment, airport capacity and regulation and consumer protection.

East Midlands Chamber (EMC)

The Chamber is the leading business organisation in the East Midlands. With a growing membership of more than 3,800 businesses and 3,000 affiliates, it is the second largest chamber of commerce in the country.

Association of European Airlines (AEA)

The Association of European Airlines brings together 24 major airlines, and has been the trustworthy voice of the European airline industry for over 60 years. AEA gives its members the support they need to focus on their businesses and make them thrive, by following all aero-political issues, analysing their impact, recommending strategies, networking with all relevant stakeholders and defending the airlines’ interests in the legislative process, at both European and national level.

Over the years, AEA has developed a strong reputation as an authoritative voice in its dealings with other industry stakeholders, from European officials, national civil servants, European and national media, as well as other international organisations and air transport-related associations. The association is also in a unique position to collect and disseminate industry intelligence that provides its members with an overview of their global business environment, enabling them to promote their positions at national level. AEA’s tripartite objective is informing, strategy-building and influencing.