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Regional Aviation Association of Australia

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Regional Aviation Association of Australia

The Regional Aviation Association of Australia (RAAA) is an organisation representing the interests of regional aviation in Australia.

It was formed in 1980 as the Regional Airline Association of Australia and amended its name in 2001 when its charter was widened to include "aerial work operators" as well as regional airlines and air charter companies "and the businesses that support them".[1]

Its stated aim is "to promote the maintenance of a viable regional aviation industry".[1]

Members

Notes

  1. ^ a b Quotes from the RAAA homepage

External links

  • RAAA homepage


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