Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association
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Die Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) ist in über 68 Ländern vertreten und mit mehr als 470.000 Mitgliedern[1] die größte Pilotenvereinigung der Welt. In ihr sind Piloten und Flugzeugeigentümer der Allgemeinen Luftfahrt organisiert. Alle Ländervertretungen der AOPA gehören dem internationalen Dachverband IAOPA an.

Die Ländervertretung für Deutschland ist die AOPA-Germany.

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Einzelnachweise

  1. About IAOPA – Website der IAOPA, Abgerufen am 21. März 2011

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