North American, Central American and Caribbean (NACC) Office
|The NACC Regional Office was established in Mexico City, in 1957. It is accredited to, and responsible for, working very closely with a diverse mix of 21 Contracting States and 17 Territories. These range from States with the largest and most sophisticated global aviation systems to States that have simpler operational requirements. This combination results in very challenging aeronautical issues that require a global perspective. |
The mission of the NACC Office is to ensure that, from the largest to the smallest, none of our Member States is left behind and each receives our full support in both the implementation of ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) and the safe and efficient growth of its aviation sector. Compliance with SARPs can be challenging not only for the staff of the NACC Office, but also for those entities that must abide by and implement them.
We, in collaboration with the user community and our Member States and Territories, strive to meet these challenges with a goal to provide the highest level of aviation safety, security and efficiency, all the while promoting an environment conducive to the continued growth of international civil aviation throughout North America, Central America and the Caribbean. My team and I, with the support of the President of the Council, the Secretary General and other Headquarters officials, are firmly committed to the success of the regional and global aviation goals of all of our Members States and their representative agencies, regional mechanisms, and government and non-government organizations.
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