ACI has six standing committees. These committees were mandated by the ACI Governing Board to provide guidance and council, and help shape current policy issues for Governing Board endorsement in their areas of expertise. They are also required to assist the Governing Board, Executive Committee and Secretariat, as appropriate.
The committees consist of airport and industry members with specific knowledge and expertise in areas relevant to airports and the aviation industry. The committees are lead by a Chair and Vice-Chair who are elected by the Executive Committee. Ten of the committee members are nominated by their regional offices and another eight are nominated by the Director General in coordination with the regional offices. Up to five World Business Partners representatives may also be nominated by regional offices. Observers or ad-hoc committee members are permitted to attend meetings with approval by the committee Chair and Secretary.
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ACI World Standing Committees ⇓
The below document contains the latest version of the ACI guidelines for ACI World standing committees and other bodies. The guidelines apply to all standing committees and include everything from the creation and membership of a committee to procedures such as voting and action.
Guidelines for ACI World Standing Committees and Other Bodies ⇓