Council of European Aerospace Societies (CEAS)

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The Council of European Aerospace Societies (CEAS) is an International Non-Profit Organization, with the aim to develop a framework within which the major European Aerospace Societies can work together. It was established as a legal entity conferred under Belgium Law on 1st January 2007, as the result of a slow evolution of the ‘Confederation’ of European Aerospace Societies which was born fifteen years earlier, in 1992, with three nations only at that time: France, Germany and the UK.

It currently comprises 12 Full Member Societies, 4 Corporate Members, 8 Societies having signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with CEAS.

The CEAS is governed by a Board of Trustees, with representatives from each of the Member Societies. Its Head Office is located in Belgium: c/o DLR- Rue du Trône, 98- 1050 Brussels.

Since January 2018, the CEAS has closely been associated with six European Aerospace Science and Technology Research Associations within the ‘AEROSPACE EUROPE’ platform which aims to coordinate the calendar of the various conferences and to rationalize the information dissemination.

CEAS publishes the quarterly AEROSPACE EUROPE Bulletin which aims to provide the European aerospace community with high-standard information concerning current activities and preparation for the future.