ACI Asia-Pacific, one of the five ACI regions, is based in Hong Kong and represents the interests of over 480 airports around the Asia-Pacific Region which spans the Middle East, former CIS States, the Indo-Pakistan subcontinent, Northeast and Southeast Asia, Oceania and the Pacific Islands.
About ACI Asia-Pacific
This section will help you understand ACI’s existence and what ACI does.
ACI's mission statement and objectives will give you a better idea of what ACI is pursuing as an international association of the world's airports.
With World Headquarters in Montreal, five regions and a range of committees and taskforces, this section will provide you with information on the way ACI is set up.
The Regional Board consisting of twenty-five members is a crucial decision-making organization on the regional issues such an annual budget, activity programs, policy statements, etc.
The Asia-Pacific region has maintained a strong presence and influence in the ACI World committees. Active participation lends regional balance to the world standing committes and allows individual participants the opportunity to share and build on their experience.
An overview of the history of ACI as an association - from its origins to a modern day organisation.
Meet the regional office staff members.