EALA was established in 1988 with the aim to promote the study of European air law and to provide an open forum for those with an interest in the law and policy affecting the aviation industry in Europe. This is achieved mainly through EALA’s regular conferences and seminars.
The Association of European Airlines (AEA) is a non-profit-making association representing the interests of its member airlines to the institutions of the European Union, to the European Civil Aviation Conference, to any other institutional organisations or association involved in or likely to be involved in issues of interest to AEA members and, as appropriate, to individual governments. It advance further the co-operation amongst its members on any matter likely to be of interest to the membership as whole and within the possible framework.
FIF regroups some fifty companies and its membership, which represents the full range of railway industrial activities, includes rolling stock manufacturers, engineering firms, railway equipment suppliers, track and signalling industries, design offices, testing centres, etc. FIF truly encompasses all the players and stakeholders in the railway industrial chain.
On behalf of its members, FIF:
- organises the promotion and valorisation of the trade both in France and abroad,
PSARA is the training and education arm of the Passenger Shipping Association representing the UK cruise industry and in order to choose the right cruise holiday, it's best to book through a PSARA registered travel agency.
EUTO is an organization that fosters trans-national networking between all European middle and top managers principally engaged in the work of tourism promotion and development. In recent years, EUTO has proven to be of high value for the new European destinations that want to gain experience and information in the shortest possible time, by learning from best practice and experience of their peers.
The European Travel Commission (ETC) is a non-profit making organization with its headquarters in Brussels. Its members are the 33 National Tourism Organizations (NTOs) of Europe, whose role is to market and promote tourism to Europe in general, and to their individual countries in particular.
ETAG was established on the initiative of the European Travel Commission following a representative industry conference in 1981.
ETAG aims to provide a forum for the key interests concerned with the provision of visitor services and facilities. While each sector member interest has their own professional and trade concerns the Group seeks to identify and promote the common interest in tourism development which links all the sectors together.
The European Federation of Camping site Organizations and Holiday Park Associations (EFCO&HPA) is the representative body of the camping and caravanning industry at the European level, including caravans, tents, motor homes, chalets and all forms of self-catering accommodation in the park setting.
The European Federation of Camping site Organizations and Holiday Park Associations represents an industry of some 20,000-holiday parks within the European union.