Regional Aviation Association of Australia (RAAA)
The Regional Aviation Association of Australia (RAAA), formed in 1980, is a not-for-profit organisation. Formed as the the Regional Airlines Association of Australia to protect, represent and promote the interests of its regional airline members and regional aviation throughout Australia.
In 2001 the Association changed its name to the Regional Aviation Association of Australia. RAAA members are operating in all States and Territories and include airlines, airports, engineering and flight training companies, finance and insurance companies and government departments and entities.
Many members of the RAAA operate successful and growing businesses providing employment and economic sustainability within both the regional and remote areas of Australia.
The RAAA has 100 members and their AOC members directly employ over 2,500 Australians, many in regional areas. Anually, the RAAA’s AOC members jointly turnover more than $1.5b, carry well in excess of 2 million passengers and move over 23 million kilograms of freight.
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