Interstate Aviation Committee

The Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) was established in December 1991 on the basis of the interstate Agreement on Civil Aviation and Use of Airspace concluded between 12 newly independent states.

IAC, as international organization, carries out activities in the interests of the states of the region on accident and incident investigation, aviation specialists training, certification of aviation equipment and its production, facilities, aerodromes. The IAC’s scope of activities includes coordination of issues related to the development of civil aviation, harmonization of national flight safety programs, aviation security, and development of air traffic management systems. The IAC develops and improves the system of unified aviation regulations based on the ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices.

The IAC concluded agreements on collaboration with many international organizations – ICAO, EASA, IATA, IFALPA, CIS, EurAsEC and others, as well as International Agreements in the field of airworthiness, flight safety and accident investigation with leading aviation states of the world.

The IAC is the member of the International Transport Safety Association (ITSA). IAC science and research complex is one of the world’s leading centers in the field of air accident investigation.

The IAC headquarters is located in Moscow.

Since January 18, 2023, Oleg Georgievich Storchevoy has been the Chairperson of the IAC.

Biografy of Oleg Storchevoy