ERA and RAA working together for regional aviation

ERA Head Office, UK, 12 May 2016
ERA and RAA – working together for regional aviation

The working relationship between the European Regions Airline Association (ERA) and the Regional Airline Association* (RAA) continues to be of great benefit to both parties, notes Simon McNamara, Director General ERA, from the RAA’s annual conference in Charlotte, North Carolina, US.

“Attending this year’s highly productive RAA conference has reaffirmed the importance of working closely with our US partners to defend, protect and support the regional aviation community on both sides of the Atlantic,” explains McNamara. “The European and US regional aviation industries face many similar challenges and opportunities and the relationship between ERA and RAA, formalised two years ago, ensures that we work together for the benefit of our members and the flying public.

“I am delighted to attend this year’s RAA conference and look forward to building further on this successful partnership in the increasingly global network served and supported by regional aviation,” adds McNamara.

For further information and to arrange an interview with an ERA representative, please contact Celia Mather, Manager Corporate Communications, ERA:

Email: celia.mather@eraa.org
Tel: + 44 (0)1276 485582
Mobile: +44 (0)7713 984792

For more information about ERA and its members, please visit our website www.eraa.org

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*Founded in 1975, Washington, DC-based RAA provides a wide array of technical, government relations and public relations services for regional airlines. With safety as its highest priority, the association’s 25 member airlines and 136 associate members represent the key decision-makers of this vital sector of the commercial aviation industry. www.raa.org
**Founded in 1980, ERA is a non-profit trade association representing some 200 companies involved in European air transport. The Association promotes the interests of intra-European airlines by lobbying the European Commission and other European regulatory bodies on policy matters, promoting the social and economic importance of air transport and its environmental commitments.

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