Associated members

International Public Association Academy of Navigation and Motion Control (ANMC)

Founded in Feb 1995, the Academy of Navigation and Motion Control, an international public association, is a voluntary organization of citizens of the Russian Federation and other states, in which scientists and specialists who have made significant contributions to the development of fundamental and applied science in the field of navigation and motion control and who are willing to contribute to the development and effective use of these scientific achievements in the interests of society are unified on a basis of common interests.

30 Malaya Posadskaya St, Saint Petersburg 197046, Russia


NAV Canada (NAVC)

Our mission is to be a world leader in the provision of safe, efficient and cost effective air navigation services on a sustainable basis while providing a professional and fulfilling work environment for our employees.

77 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 5L6, Canada

Captain Anthony Mackay, Director, Operational Safety

+1 613-203-0250

Chart and nautical instrument trade association (CNITA)

The Association provides an international forum for companies who supply, manufacture and maintain nautical charts, publications, instruments and magnetic compasses. The Association has a long-standing relationship with the UK Hydrographic Office and has regular meetings with senior staff at the UKHO regarding new products, digital charting, distribution, and other topics concerning both chart agents and the end user.

c/o Administration Services Ltd, Unit 19 Omega Business Village, Thurston Road, Northallerton, DL6 2NJ, UK

Gill Stirk

+44 (0)20 8253 4514

L’Académie de l’air et de l’espace (AAE)

Academy members hold or have held important responsibilities in their fields. Engineers, industrialists, researchers, managers, pilots, astronauts, doctors, lawyers, economists, journalists, writers and artists come together from a wide range of backgrounds. They constitute a unique pool of knowledge in Europe dedicated to encouraging and promoting the development of high quality scientific, technical, cultural and human actions in the realms of Air and Space.