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AACO

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The AACO, which was established in 1965 within the framework of the Arab League (AL), is the regional association of the Arab Airlines who have their home-base in countries members of the AL.
The meeting coincided with the Golden Jubilee of AACO and participants included Eng.
Abdul Wahab Teffaha, AACO secretary general, said: "With recent studies indicating that 97 per cent of passengers travel with a mobile device we recognise the importance of utilising this channel for continuous engagement and as a tool to further customise the passenger experience.
Abdul Wahab Tefaha, AACO Secretary General, said Arab governments "are all to blame" for the congestion.
What's more, the 31 airline members of the AACO are playing a bigger role in world air traffic than ever before.
Fortunately, Tyler told AACO members, the African Union is "moving toward" mandating IOSA registration.
In the letters addressing the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO), Abdullatif says the forced landing is "unacceptable" and a "clear breach and violation" of international civil aviation regulations because the Syrian plane was forced to land by the Turkish military jets without a prior official landing request.
Representing the interests of commercial airlines in the Arab world, The Arab Air Carriers Organisation (AACO), has opposed the EU-ETS as well, on the grounds that it violates international conventions and would lead to trade wars.
Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines will focus on increasing feed to its long-haul network as it takes delivery of mainly narrowbody aircraft over the next years, CEO Temel Kotil said in an interview at the Arab Air Carriers OrganizationOs (AACO) annual general meeting in Abu Dhabi.
He was given the vote of confidence by the General Assembly of the Arab Air Carriers Organisation (AACO) -- a 27-member Arab regional aviation body -- at its annual general meeting held in Abu Dhabi.
Meanwhile, Ahmad Rihan, executive director of industry affairs and training at the Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO) said "The cost of airport developments in the Arab world amounted to $60 billion (Dh220.35 billion) in infrastructure and improvement in capacities.
Turkish Airlines, a Turkey-based airline company, has announced a partnership with Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO), an airline association.