The Aviation Advisory Committee (AAC) aims to advise and support the minister responsible for aviation in ensuring that the aviation industry in Malta continues to grow quantitively and improve qualitatively in an economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable manner.

One of the major priorities for the Committee is to develop a well-planned National Aviation Policy which incorporates the elements of high quality, safety, reliability, competitivity and sustainability in the areas of economic growth, connectivity, entrepreneurship, employment, consumer protection, as well as in research and innovation.

Stimulating and striving for better co-ordination and co-operation between all aviation stakeholders, both public and private is key for the success of the industry. For this reason, another priority for the AAC is the setting up of an Aviation Stakeholders Forum where all stakeholders can contribute and be part of the decision-making process on aviation policies. The Aviation Stakeholders Forum will also allow all stakeholders to interact and communicate on their synergies and common interests.​
In addition, the Committee is assessing fundamental changes in the business environment, while simultaneously identifying the drivers of such change and the challenges and opportunities presented by developments in the aviation industry.

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