Our Role in Law and Aviation
ALAANZ was established in 1980, with the aims of developing the practice of the law affecting the aviation industry and the exchange of information about aviation laws.
Originally named The Aviation Law Association of Australia, the Association expanded across the Tasman in the late 1980's, adopting the present name in 1990. ALAANZ has some 350 members in Australia, New Zealand and Overseas, there are branches in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, the Australian Capital Territory and New Zealand.
ALAANZ has the following aims:
- To foster and encourage the development and dissemination, of aviation law usages and practices in Australasia within the legal, industrial, insurance and operational areas.
- To encourage and enable legal and commercial rationalisation and simplification of law usage and practice.
- To review proposed new legislation and amendments to existing legislation concerning aviation activities
- To acquire and disseminate information on international aviation law and practice.
- To develop and encourage the usage and practice of aviation law matters in the legal profession and aviation industry.
- To disseminate information on and knowledge of aviation law usage and practices, both Australian and international by lectures, discussions, seminars, conventions and publications.
- To consider and make representations to regulatory authorities on matters of importance which may require changes to legislation.
- To publish and distribute papers, journals and books on matters relating to aviation law and activities.
- To acquire and make available to members information on international aviation law and practice.
Registration is as easy as filling in our online form.
For further information on ALAANZ, please refer to our contact information page.