Why Join the BAAC?

Advantages of Membership

Membership provides a network associating with other consultants who have access to the government and aviation regulatory bodies such as the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and other National Authorities, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Register of Members

All Members’ details are set out in the Membership Directory and alphabetical lists of the BAAC Website. The Membership Directory can be searched from the Home page of the website – either by name or by specialisation. Members have separate access to membership pages to allow them to contact each other, use Association documents and to keep their profiles updated.

The BAAC Website

The BAAC Website provides each Member with the opportunity to promote themselves to potential clients and to the aviation industry worldwide. They can specify their areas of expertise and links are provided, to the Member’s own Website and/or e-mail address.

News / Blog

The website has a news blog containing a variety of news and information items for circulation to all members. It also provides an opportunity for advertising, to make announcements or as a forum for technical debates. In addition, Members receive email notification of any social events planned by the Association.

Code of Conduct

Individual Members of the BAAC may claim the credibility of adhering to a strict Code of Conduct.

Social Events

The main event of the year is the Association’s Annual Dinner at the House of Lords. Held, courtesy of our President, Lord Trefgarne, this is always a popular and enjoyable event. The Dinner is open to all Members and their guests, subject to availability of places.

The Council is always open to Members’ suggestions for other events which might be held.

Social Media

As well as the website, the Association has pages on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin. Members are encouraged to post to these sites to add news from their own areas of aviation or other items they think might be of interest.