The Southeast Asia Aviation Cooperation Program (ACP) is a public-private partnership that works with aviation stakeholders in Southeast Asia to design programs that promote technical, policy and commercial cooperation in civil aviation. ACP is industry led and government supported with cooperation from the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, Federal Aviation Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, Transportation Security Administration and U.S. Department of Commerce.
- Provides a cooperative framework for government interaction between Southeast Asian countries and U.S. government partners
- Promotes a safe and secure airspace through training on international standards and aviation best practices
- Enables Southeast Asian governments and local industry to engage directly with U.S. companies to learn best practices and gain critical aviation expertise
Program activities match the needs of Southeast Asian countries with the technical innovation of U.S. member companies. Activities include workshops, training, technical assistance, symposia and reverse trade missions.
U.S. companies interested in joining the ACP should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ACP’s five government and 36 industry partners include:
- U.S. Trade and Development Agency
- Department of Commerce
- Federal Aviation Administration
- Department of Transportation
- Transportation Security Administration
- American Association of Airport Executives
- Alton Aviation Consultancy
- Astrophysics, Inc.
- Aviation Institute of Maintenance
- CGH Technologies, Inc.
- Flight Safety Foundation
- General Electric
- GRA, Incorporated
- I.M. Systems Group
- Integrated Defense and Security Solutions (IDSS)
- L3HARRIS Technologies
- Landrum & Brown
- Metron Aviation
- MJ Technical Solutions
- Oshkosh Airport Products
- Polar Air Cargo
- Rapiscan Systems
- Raytheon Technologies Corporation
- Textron Aviation
- The Rossch Group
- Strategic Planning Services (SPS)