?> BARIN - Board of Airline Representatives In the Netherlands
 Last updated: 04 Dec 2018
Note: Click on: @BARINetherlands
  for Press clippings and Publications gathered by BARIN
Note: BARIN 2018 X-mas Dinner 17 December (by personal invitation)
  See Members Room
New: BARIN 2019 New Year Gathering Wednesday 16 January 2019 Schiphol HILTON (by personal invitation)
  with Special Guest Keynote Speaker Dick Benschop - President & CEO Royal Schiphol Group
Note: Omgevings Raad Schiphol (ORS) latest developments
  see MR section Topics in Focus
Note: BARIN Views re. maximum capacity AAS
  see MR public section BARIN's Points of View
Note: Evaluation Dutch Aviation Act - chapter Economic Regulation - re. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol Operation decree
  MR public section BARIN Points of View
Note: BARIN Position Paper re. EC revision proposal EU reso 261
  see MR public section BARIN's Points of View

Board of Airline Representatives In the Netherlands

BARIN is the industry association for airlines undertaking business in The Netherlands.

BARIN Member Airlines are represented by the most senior executives representing their companies in The Netherlands in the case of foreign based airlines, and hold senior executive management positions in the case of the Dutch-home-based airlines.

Whilst all the Dutch-home-based airlines are members of the BARIN, the majority of the members are foreign based airlines, so the views emanating from the Trade Association reflect both, the national and international nature of the civil aviation business.

The articles of association are laid down in the Statutes/By Laws as per notarial act; and are recorded in the Register of Associations at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Amsterdam, as of 27 June 2002 with registration number 34178623.

The association operates under the BARIN identity since 1970. Long before that, under the name AFARIN, the association can trace its origin back to 1957.

The BAR In the Netherlands is one of the larger BARís in Europe, with 50 airlines in membership, and celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recommend that a Board of Airline Representatives (BAR) is established in each country where civil aviation is an important part of business life.



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