The 41st Session of the Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organization completed the election of its new Council today. The 36-member Council is the governing body of the Organization and is elected for a three-year term.
The election process was divided into three parts, with the following States elected:
PART I – States of chief importance in air transport
Australia*, Brazil*, Canada*, China*, France*, Germany*, Italy*, Japan*, United Kingdom*, and the United States*.
PART II – States which make the largest contribution to the provision of facilities for international civil air navigation
Argentina*, Austria, Egypt*, Iceland, India*, Mexico*, Nigeria*, Saudi Arabia*, Singapore*, South Africa*, Spain*, and Venezuela.
PART III – States ensuring geographic representation
Bolivia, Chile, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea*, Ethiopia, Ghana, Jamaica, Malaysia*, Mauritania, Qatar, Republic of Korea*, Romania, United Arab Emirates*, and Zimbabwe.