Association des professionnels navigants de l'aviation

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Association des professionnels navigants de l'aviation
Typevoluntary association
Founded1927
HeadquartersParis, France Paris
Key peopleClaude Guibert
Area servedFrance
FocusGroup professional aircrew serving or retired civil aviation, regardless of their category: airline, test flight, general aviation and whatever their specialty, regardless of political affiliation or association.
Websitewww.apna.asso.fr

The Association des professionnels navigants de l'aviation (APNA) (in English: Association of Professional Aviation Aircrew) is a French aeronautical non-profit organization created in 1927 in order to "group, in a close community all those who belong, by their profession, to the civil aviation, and participate in the development of the national aeronautics, in conjunction with the public authorities, the manufacturers, the airlines and the professionals unions".[1][2]

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