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Business Plan

2007-2008

International Board
October 2007

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Introduction ....................................................................................................... 3
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Goals, position and policy ............................................................................. 4
1.1

Who we are .............................................................................................. 4

1.2

What we do .............................................................................................. 4

1.3

Our position in Europe ............................................................................... 4

1.4

Structure of our organisation ...................................................................... 5

1.5

Continuity as general policy ........................................................................ 6

Management of the International Board ....................................................... 7
2.1 Tasks of the International Board ..................................................................... 7
2.2 Members of the board ................................................................................... 7

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Affiliated Societies ....................................................................................... 8
3.1 Existing AS................................................................................................... 8
3.2 IB support towards PAS ................................................................................. 8
3.3 Enlargement of EUROAVIA with PPAS .............................................................. 8

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(Permanent) Working Groups ...................................................................... 9
4.1 EUROAVIA News PWG ................................................................................... 9
4.2 EUROAVIA Newsletter PWG ............................................................................ 9
4.3 Information Technology PWG ......................................................................... 9
4.4 Central Archive PWG ....................................................................................10
4.5 EUROAVIA Young Engineers WG ....................................................................10
4.6 Statutes and Bylaws WG ...............................................................................10
4.7 EUROAVIA Alumni Network ...........................................................................10

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International Events ................................................................................... 11
5.1 Congresses .................................................................................................11
5.2 Formation Workshop ....................................................................................11
5.3 Design Workshop .........................................................................................11
5.4 Air Cargo Challenge......................................................................................12
5.5 Fly-In .........................................................................................................12
5.6 Symposia ....................................................................................................12
5.7 Cultural Exchanges ......................................................................................13
5.8 Air Shows ...................................................................................................13
5.9 50th Anniversary .........................................................................................13

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Financial ..................................................................................................... 14
6.1 Current situation .........................................................................................14
6.2 Support programs ........................................................................................14
6.3 Aims to gain ................................................................................................14

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Appendices ................................................................................................. 15
7.1 IB contact information ..................................................................................15
7.2 List of acronyms ..........................................................................................16
7.3 List of (P)AS ................................................................................................17
7.4 EUROAVIA sponsors .....................................................................................18
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Introduction
Dear reader,
Welcome to the detailed version of the EUROAVIA Bussiness Plan 2007-2008. This is the
result of the preparation of the International Board during their term as Designated
International Board. On the Electoral Meeting of EUROAVIA Congress in Ankara in March
2007, we were elected and from then on, our main task has been studying on the
EUROAVIA structure to get familiar with it and observating the actions of the IB. By small
contributions and a lot of questions, the DIB prepared itself for writing a BP. After many
DIB meetings, the writing on this BP finally started. It’s mainly a mix of ideas growing
out of own experiences with the international level of EUROAVIA, and the issues and
problems we discovered while following the work of our predecessors.
On the congress in Ankara, only 4 DIB members were elected. Since the DIB preferred to
face the coming working year with a larger team, it was decided to have an ExMEAC just
before the AMEAC in Patras to have the posibility to elect a second Executive Member.
We are delighted that there are different candidates for the empty position and are
looking forward to an interesting election and to start working as a completed team.
EUROAVIA is an association connecting its permanent aerospace goals to temporal
student members. Nevertheless, the internationality of our organisation offers us the
possibility to make CONTINUITY a keyword of our actions. Proactively working on
keeping alive the build up experience in our association is ensuring the quality of our
operations! Whether it is by motivation on our internal level within the organisation of
the association, or by promotion on external level in the cooperation with our supporters
and partners.
The members of the International Board 2007-2008 are grateful for the chances our
team gets in leading EUROAVIA through another promising year. We believe that
ensuring the continuity in our actions is the best way to prepare our association for its
coming 50th anniversary. We hope we can count on the full cooperation of many
enthousiastic EUROAVIAns during this Bussiness Year. Finally we would like to thank the
members of the association and our supporters for the trust they give us.
Patras, 4th October 2007,
The International Board of EUROAVIA

Finally, strategy must have continuity. It can't be constantly reinvented. The thing is,
continuity of strategic direction and continuous improvement in how you do things are
absolutely consistent with each other. In fact, they're mutually reinforcing. The ability to
change constantly and effectively is made easier by high level continuity.
Michael E. Porter, Professor at Harvard Business School

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1. Goals, position and policy
1.1 Who we are
The goals of EUROAVIA, the European Association of Aerospace Students, can be
summarised as follows:
- We bring together aerospace students throughout Europe.
- We act as a powerfull link between these students and the aerospace industry.
- We represent the aerospace students on an international level.
EUROAVIA is present at many major European universities that offer education in the
aerospace field; the network of Affiliated Societies spans across the entire continent. Our
members are students in their first year up to those on the verge of entering the job
market. EUROAVIA currently consists of 33 Affiliated Societies and Prospective Affiliated
Societies with more than 1200 members and numbers increasing.

1.2 What we do
In order to achieve the objectives mentioned above, we organise a lot of activities. The
background of each event is different but the basis is shared; to bring together students
and the aerospace industry, exchange and communicate knowledge and become aware
of the European spirit and its cultures.
The students are the foundation for the existence of EUROAVIA. Their involvement in the
association is voluntary and shows their willingness and ability to operate in an
international environment. Our company partners are the supporters and sponsors of
EUROAVIA, who have great interest in our members as they represent the future
workforce. The knowledge comes in from all different fields of science, from fundamental
physics and mathematics to satellite orbit determination or aircraft safety operations. The
fun evolves naturally from everyone’s enthusiasm for the subject and the gathering of
different people and cultures.
Activities already begin on local level with regular meetings of an Affiliated Society,
where social cohesion is created and thoughts are exchanged in an informal environment.
They are continued through Fly-Ins, where a group of international students gathers on
technical and social level and makes visits to the aerospace industry in the region of the
organizing Affiliated Society. Finally they extend to the Design Workshop, a three week
event where motivated students from across Europe work together on a technical
scheme.

1.3 Our position in Europe
Europe and its continuous course to unification are important for the association, as they
influence some of our operations directly. Therefore EUROAVIA works a lot on its
relationship with the European Union, not only for recognition and support, but as well to
gain access to knowledge especially interesting for students.
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EUROAVIA is also part of the Informal Forum of International Student Organizations
(IFISO), a global network formed by all kinds of student organizations. Participation in
IFISO events is a chance for us to establish new contacts, to learn from other
organizations and to support them with our experience and knowledge as well.
The association is expanding and new Local Groups are applying for memberships to the
international association. The vision the association’s position in Europe is to represent
the aerospace students of Europe, meaning to be present at all aerospace departments
across Europe.

1.4 Structure of our organisation
The chart underneath shows the internal structure of the association. The Affiliated
Societies, who represent our association on local level at different universities over
Europe, are the member organisations of EUROAVIA. Of course the International Board is
in close contact with them since they form the basis of the association. The AS organise
activities as well on local as on international level.
It is also the International Board that oversees the different (Permanent) Working Groups
and Coordinators that are active on international level. They can have a supportive task
for the international level or have a concrete task organising an international activity. For
certain projects various working groups and Coordinators are in direct contact with the
Affiliated Societies to facilitate a more efficient flow of information. The International
Board and the working groups are constituted of members of the different Affiliated
Societies.

In order to maintain good communication between the International Board, the
(Permanent) Working Groups and the Affiliated Societies, the link between the
International Board, the working group coordination and the Local Boards is of vital
importance.In this way, their activities can be supported, their current situation can be
supervised and new ideas come up. But of course all EUROAVIA members, whether they
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are part of a Local Board or not, should feel free to personally contact the International
Board when they have something on their mind. Communication is a major point of
interest for the International Board, which appreciates the activities of the Affiliated
Societies very much and will always be there to assist.

1.5 Continuity as general policy
As stated in the introduction, the International Board wants to put a special focus on
continuity as a keyword in our actions during the coming business year. Proactively
working on keeping alive the build up experience in our association is ensuring the
quality of our operations!
EUROAVIA has never ending goals that needs constant attention and work. In fact this
association can exist for eterity, constantly striving to fulfil it’s permanent goals. An other
aspect of our association is on the contrary not continual at all, and that is the fact that
we are a student organisation. Most student members of EUROAVIA are staying only for
around five years in the association.
We can not change the nature of our organisation where temporal student members are
working on permanent goals. The only thing we can do is putting a lot of efforts in
connecting our continuous goals in an efficient way to our non continuous public. And on
this point of the management, there is still improvement possible.
EUROAVIA lives through its AS, and by ensuring more continuity in the AS, we can give
stronger opportunities for our (P)WG that are fed with manpower by the AS. Also within
these (P)WG, we can create more continuity by offering the attention to it that is needed.
Small improvements can make a difference.
The International Board wants to work proactively to prevent for example generation
gaps. To ensure the quality of our operations, it’s very important that experience doesn’t
get lost. Because of that we have to work on strong personal contacts and clear
communication. Also the use of manuals, healthy mixes of experienced and new
members in WG, trainings and formation and a stronger alumni network can help us in
achieving this continuity goal, where there is also place for long term thinking! This as
well on internal level within the organisation of the association, as on external level in the
cooperation with our supporters and partners.

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2 Management of the International Board
2.1 Tasks of the International Board
The International Board is responsible for coordinating the association, representing it on
international events and preparing it for the future. It consists of at least three elected
full time members of EUROAVIA, who spend a whole year administrating the association.
They are located all over Europe – an accurate example of the spirit of EUROAVIA. They
are responsible for the management and the running of the Association for one Business
Year starting from October after the Annual Meeting.
In order to adopt a suitable leadership, the International Board meets on a weekly basis
either face to face or using the internet or the telephone. Being such a widespread
association that is naturally difficult to be coordinated, plenty of challenges arise.
Therefore the workload is divided into tasks and the accompanying responsibilities are
distributed among the International Board members.
The International Board is going to uphold existing company contacts with greatest care
and will work on establishing new fruitful cooperation. Its members will be present at
major air shows, workshops and international meetings concerning the aerospace
industry to represent the European aerospace students.

2.2 Members of the board
Four people were chosen on the EMEAC 2007 in Ankara to form the International Board
for the bussiness year 2007-2008. The fifth member completed the bard after election at
a later stage. The International Board consists of the following members:

Jozef De Moor

Donald Riedeberger

Artur Pękalski

Andrea Münzing

Sebastian Rothammel

President

Secretary

Treasurer

Executive Member

Executive Member

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3 Affiliated Societies
3.1 Existing AS
The communication between the Local Boards and the International Board is one of the
most important things in establishing a constant flow of information throughout the year.
Therefore we would like to encourage the Affiliated Societies once more to contact us
with every question or suggestion that occurs.
Unfortunately there are some of the AS that are in a critical phase. The duty of the IB
consists to force all possible efforts to support the AS with ideas, suggestions and
activities to help where applicable. Our major concern is strengthening the existing AS,
work on their sustainable future and get the decreasing AS back on the right track.

3.2 IB support towards PAS
A PAS has many challenges to face, for example financial plannings, legal issues and
obligations, the organization of an international event without having any experience or
the year to year motivation of the members, but the most important issue is how an AS
is organized. To cope with all these challenges well the IB emphasizes that a constant
communication between the PAS and the IB is obligatory.
If the International Board sees that a PAS is motivated to take all these challenges we
are glad to support the PAS to become AS.

3.3 Enlargement of EUROAVIA with PPAS
The more AS you have, the less chance you have for a complete break-down of the
association. The more members an AS has, the less chance they have for a complete
generation gap.
Unfortunately, some AS may lower their activity and vanish from the association, and
thus, it is also needed that new PPAS got interested. But this should be a controlled and
constant process. Approaching a University to start a PPAS has to be done when the IB
feels that the good opportunity has come, and that the situation is good to start a new
AS.
There are many more Aerospace Departments at universities trough out Europe, and it
would be nice if they join our network. The IB wants to sum up a list of university
contacts where we are not represented yet (ex: Graz), or not anymore (ex: Berlin). We
need a database to see why former AS went down and if they could be re-established
one day.
Our main focus is to strengthen the association, so we don’t have a major point of action
on searching new local groups, PPAS. Nevertheless as we represent the aerospace
students, the more societies the network spans the better we can represent the students.
So we’ll keep our eyes open and act if we see a reasonable PPAS opportunity.
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4 (Permanent) Working Groups
4.1 EUROAVIA News PWG
Editor in Chief:
IB Responsible:

Jennifer Go
Artur Pekalski

The NEWS as the official, quarterly published magazine of the association has various
tasks. It presents the achievements of the association’s working groups, members and
international events towards all members of every local group as well as it represents our
association towards companies on the level of printed publications.
With the change of the cover appearance this year and ongoing layout changes the
magazine will establish a both more structured and appealing, long-lasting appearance.
Being aware of the fact that the workload of producing the NEWS is extensive, the
motivation of new members joining this Working Group is emphasized. While working
directly on the layout and printing is a task best done at the head of the Working Group
in Delft, editorial tasks can be thought of given to motivated and skilled members joining
this international team. Together with this, motivation has to be done within the Affiliated
Societies so every Local Board manages to support its members in delivering articles
about local and international events as well as about their personal goals in technical
achievements. Especially for articles on technical subjects there is a great need to publish
them in the NEWS and through this keep the magazine on a high standard of content.

4.2 EUROAVIA Newsletter PWG
WG Coordinator:
IB Responsible:

Daniele Pratali
Donald Riedeberger

The NEWSLETTER as the official, regularly published electronic magazine of the
association is the best way for each member and Affiliated Society to present local
activities, participation in international events and the individual work on a technical field.
It is not delivered to companies so it is a very useful instrument that helps to improve
flow of information between the members of EUROAVIA and it represents a base for a
strong network.

4.3 Information Technology PWG
WG Coordinator:
IB Responsible:

Geert van de Velde
Sebastian Rothammel

Within the Information Technology Working Group some major tasks of the electronic
appearance of EUROAVIA are set. Keeping the international website online and accessible,
updating link references and watching over the attached servers of the association are
the core tasks. As one of the currently ongoing projects the introduction of euroavia.eu
mail addresses and connected accounts has to be mentioned. This project will continue in
this year of business.
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4.4 Central Archive PWG
WG Coordinator:
IB Responsible:

Benjamin van Reijen
Andrea Münzing

Now that the Central Archive server is located in Delft the Central Archive will be able to
guarantee higher stability of their services and increased data transfer rates to insure
optimum usability of the document exchange function. After a malfunction in the past
year the archiving function has been fully restored.
With the upcoming 50th anniversary of our association the CA PWG has taken up the
task to coordinate the work on the anniversary book. An enthusiastic group of members
have taken up the task.
The user manuals should be finished at the end of the coming year to provide Working
Groups and Affiliated Societies with manuals and advice on how to run their activities.

4.5 EUROAVIA Young Engineers WG
WG Coordinator:
IB Responsible:

Ivor van Dartel
Andrea Münzing

Last business year the homepage was finished so that there are now already job offers
available. Furthermore an own foundation was settled to give the EYE a legal status
towards companies.
This year’s goal is to complete the EYE homepage and its offers. There are already many
interested companies and the cooperation between WG and companies is fine.

4.6 Statutes and Bylaws WG
WG Coordinator:
IB Responsible:

Diego Vanelli
Donald Riedeberger

Last year the Bylaws were renewed and changed. The main work is done; still there can
be minor adjustments and corrections concerning the Bylaws which will be presented at
latest at EMEAC 2008. At the moment there are no intentions to change the Statutes.

4.7 EUROAVIA Alumni Network
WG Coordinator:
IB Responsible:

Pedro Raposo
Artur Pekalski

The International Board believes it is a good idea to establish a real working group
around the EAN that provides to our alumni a solid base to organise their working.
Gathering contacts of graduated members, offering a website, organising their call for
support to proposals,… It asks a lot of work and too many efforts from alumni already in
their professional life. Having a WG to organise all those things could mean a big leap
forward. A suggestion could be to ask almost graduated members for this WG, and more
concrete Former International Board members, since they in the first place feel the need
to stay into contact with their EUROAVIA friends.
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5 International Events
EUROAVIA is an association that is widely spread over the European continent. The
international events – whether they are part of the organizational, the educational or the
intercultural exchange – are the very heart of the experience every individual member of
the association can gain.

5.1 Congresses
IB responsible:

Donald Riedeberger

The congresses of EUROAVIA are the core values of exchange between all members of
the association on official level. A high participation through as much Affiliated Societies
as possible is therefore an essential base.
In the past Business Year major improvements to the minute-taking procedure have
been made. The current IB will follow up with the way of preparing concentrated and
structured minutes. Together with this the clear procedures of applying for Congress
participation will be continued as developed in the years before. Please see also chapter
8 for more information.

5.2 Formation Workshop
WG Coordinator:
IB Responsible:

Iva Hrgovan
Jozef De Moor

The Formation Workshop 2007 in Zagreb that will take place between December 2nd and
9th of the current Business Year has the aim to ensure the constant goals of this
association: keep the European spirit alive and make work within the IB, WG and AS
more efficient and professional.
Therefore, the reached goals of former workshops will be taken as a base. Like in the
congresses a high participation of members that are active on international or local level
of the association is essential to make this week of workshops a successful event. The
International Board therefore promotes this event actively.
It is another goal of the International Board to keep the level of the Formation Workshop
high and to deliver a successor for the 2008 version of the workshop early enough.

5.3 Design Workshop
WG Coordinator:
IB responsible:

to be announced
Jozef De Moor

After the success of the Design Workshop 2007 at the University Sheffield, United
Kingdom, from July 14th to August 4th hosted together with Rolls Royce the
International Board wants to continue in the line of this outstanding event of the
association with a 2008 version.
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Therefore, a new Working Group will be set up in the beginning of the Business Year
2007-2008 and an accompanied host will be found. The time plan is set to have the
Design Workshop in the fourth quarter of the Business Year.

5.4 Air Cargo Challenge
WG Coordinator:
IB responsible:

Vitor Correia
Andrea Münzing

The Air Cargo Challenge organised by the Affiliated Society Lisboa has become one of the
highly participated events of the association. Bringing together young students from
various European universities to compete on the core engineering task of designing an
aircraft the Air Cargo Challenge has the potential of becoming a long lasting value within
the association.
The International Board will assure to support all efforts of AS Lisboa and every other
Affiliated Society to bring this event on an international scale in long term. The ways of
making use of the potential of the whole association from the very beginning and of
creating continuity in the Air Cargo Challenge will be evaluated during the business year
and the open forums on the congresses.

5.5 Fly-In
IB responsible:

Andrea Münzing, Sebastian Rothammel

The participation in an international event with members from all over Europe is one of
the intense experiences in EUROAVIA. Having the possibility to show their home city,
university, company contacts and lifestyle to all interested members of the association it
is a unique possibility to present an Affiliated Society. Therefore the International Board
will continue to motivate every Affiliated Society to host such an event during the next
year. Especially for (P)AS that have to host their first international event, as well as for
long lasting Affiliated Societies it is a good way to reassemble the motivated members of
a local board in organizing the event and together with this bring back the European
spirit.

5.6 Symposia
IB responsible:

Andrea Münzing, Sebastian Rothammel

Focusing on a week of lectures on one certain field of the engineering world a
Symposium builds a host for an international group of interested members and friends of
the association. The participants can expand their minds, acquire new skills and enjoy
the time in an international environment.
With the ability to develop an individual schedule of lectures, seminars and leisure
activities a Symposium offers an interesting opportunity to welcome European members
in the home of an Affiliated Society. In addition to that it not only is a way of renewing
the European spirit within the local group but also a possible way to reactivate and
strengthen the bond an Affiliated Society has to its university and company contacts.
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5.7 Cultural Exchanges
IB responsible:

Andrea Münzing, Sebastian Rothammel

As a newly developed way of international event within the association over the last
years a Cultural Exchange is a less formal, less work intense way of bringing the
members of two or more Affiliated Societies into an exchange.
A collection of the most important things to look after in organising will tried to be
assembled with the help of the hosts of former successful CE and made available to all
AS willing to arrange an exchange.

5.8 Air Shows
WG Coordinator:
IB responsible:

Bernd Bewer
Donald Riedeberger

During the Business Year the association will be present at the Berlin Air Show from May
27th to June 1st 2008. After the success of the presence at the Salon du Bourget 2007
the International Board will put its efforts in presenting the association in an appropriate
level in Berlin too. Aim of the presence in Berlin will be to get in contact with already
established and new company contacts and to make the association more known within
companies, universities and students.
Concerning the other important Air Shows within Europe (FIA in Farnborough, MAKS in
Moskwa) the International Board will continue to motivate members to visit these shows
as individuals and to represent their Affiliated Societies as well.
To arrange the needful things around an individual stand and presence on the Berlin Air
Show the International Board decided to forward the idea of an Air Show Working Group
that will take care of building up the stand, occupy it, coordinate all present members
and spread helpful news. The group will coordinate the application, the stand and the
representatives who will occupy the stand. Furthermore it will look for accommodation
and an evening program for all EUROAVIAns present at the Air Show. All this information
will be made available on a website that will also be made by this group.

5.9 50th Anniversary
IB Responsible:

Donald Riedeberger

In 2009 EUROAVIA will have its 50th anniversary. Therefore it is planned to produce a
“50 Years of EUROAVIA” book to show how our association has developed from the
beginning on till today. Furthermore a lustrum for EUROAVIA members and supporting
contacts is planned, most probably during the EMEAC 2009.
It is very important to start early with the organization of such an event. Thus the
current IB knows about its responsibility and will put its efforts in finishing the book and
looking for a possible host for the jubilee event. Since the congress hosting, the lustrum
organising and the making of the book are different initiatives concerning the same 50th
Anniversary, the whole coordination will be done by the IB.
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6 Financial
To keep EUROAVIA as well-build association it requires a healthy financial situation.
Therefore, it will be one of the main goals for the International Board 2007-2008 to
assure the financial status. Our association is a non-profit organization so all income will
be used for proper functioning. The Financial Plan is made to provide guidelines for the IB
within the next business year and it can not be separated from the Business Plan.
Moreover, the bookkeeping will be held at least at the same level as it was during the
former business year as continuity in this topic is important both for this IB and for our
successors.

6.1 Current situation
EUROAVIA has got two main sources of income. One of them are the membership fees
which every Affiliated Society pays and the second one comes from our sponsors.
Presently EUROAVIA has Brunel as Associated Company and Carlo Gavazzi Space SpA,
Van Karman Institute, Communauté des Villes Arianes and Rolls-Royce as Supporting
Members. At present most of the income is used for support programs, International
Board Travel Fund, and for EUROAVIA News Working Group expenses. Other outcomes
are office costs, PR-material and meeting expenses.

6.2 Support programs
As stated above some of the founds are going to be oriented into financial support
towards members of EUROAVIA. EUROAVIA Support Framework is divided into two
separate support programs: the Financial Support Programme (FSP) and the Travel
Support Programme (TSP). FSP is oriented to those Affiliated Societies which have some
financial problems and the support allows them to pay lower fees. TSP is set up to have
at least one representative of all AS and Working Groups present at the two General
Meetings and the Formation Workshop.

6.3 Aims to gain
The International Board will make a big effort to find new sponsorships and to obtain new
contacts with new companies and with supporters which our association has lost
partnership recently as well. Also this year again, the International Board will apply to
obtain EU Grant issued by the European YOUTH Programme. We want to deeply
investigate our application and establish some personal contact with European Union.

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7 Appendices
7.1 IB contact information

Jozef De Moor, President

Donald Riedeberger, Secretary

Kasteel Beyaerdstraat 60
1120 Brussel
Belgium

EUROAVIA Stuttgart Studenteninitiative e.V.
Allmandring 5 b
70569 Stuttgart
Germany

Phone: +32 478 918035
Email: jozef.demoor@euroavia.eu

Phone:+49 176 24828365
Email: donald.riedeberger@euroavia.eu

Artur Pękalski, Treasurer

Andrea Münzing, Executive Member

Jaworznia 6 A
26-065 Piekoszów
Poland

EUROAVIA Stuttgart Studenteninitiative e.V.
Allmandring 5 b
70569 Stuttgart
Germany

Phone: +48 694 668770
Email: artur.pekalski@euroavia.eu

Phone:+49 176 63114838
Email: andrea.muenzing@euroavia.eu

Sebastian Rothammel, Executive Member
Bismarckstraße 70
27749 Delmenhorst
Germany
Phone: +49 163 2588290
Email: sebastian.rothammel@euroavia.eu

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7.2 List of acronyms
EA
AS
PAS
PPAS

EUROAVIA
Affiliated Society
Prospective Affiliated Society
Possible Prospective Affiliated Society

IB
DIB
FIB
LB
EM
ICM
IEM

International Board
Designated International Board
Former International Board
Local Board
Executive Member
International Contact Member
International Editor Member

BM
BY
BP
FP
BR
FR
FSP
TSP

Business Meeting
Business Year
Business Plan
Financial Plan
Business Report
Financial Report
Financial Support Program
Travel Support Program

AMEAC
EMEAC
ExMEAC
FoWo
DeWo
ACC
CE

Annual Meeting of the EUROAVIA Congress
Electoral Meeting of the EUROAVIA Congress
Extra Meeting of the EUROAVIA Congress
Formation Workshop
Design Workshop
Air Cargo Challenge
Cultural Exchange

PWG
WG
EYE
CA
IT
EAN
S&B

Permanent Working Group
Working Group
EUROAVIA Young Engineers
EUROAVIA Central Archive
EUROAVIA Information Technology
EUROAVIA Alumni Network
Statutes and Bylaws

AC
SM

Associated Company
Supporting Member

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7.3 List of (P)AS
Acronym

Affiliated Society

Country

IB Responsible

AAC
ANK
ATH
BEG
BRS
BRE
BUC
BUD
DFT
DRE
HAM
HEL
IST
KYI
LEU
LIS
LON
MAD
MIL
MUN
NAP
PAL
PAR
PAT
PIS
RZS
STG
TER
TOR
TOU
WAR
ZAG

Aachen
Ankara
NTUA Athens
Beograd
Braunschweig
Bremen
Bucuresti
Budapest
Delft
Dresden
Hamburg
Helsinki
Istanbul
Kyiv
Leuven
Lisboa
London (PAS)
Madrid
Milano
München
Napoli
Palermo (PAS)
Paris
Patras
Pisa
Rzeszów
Stuttgart
Terrassa Barcelona (PAS)
Torino
Toulouse
Warszawa
Zagreb

Germany
Turkey
Greece
Serbia
Germany
Germany
Romania
Hungary
Netherlands
Germany
Germany
Finland
Turkey
Ukraine
Belgium
Portugal
United Kingdom
Spain
Italy
Germany
Italy
Italy
France
Greece
Italy
Poland
Germany
Spain
Italy
France
Poland
Croatia

Sebastian Rothammel
Andrea Münzing
Andrea Münzing
Sebastian Rothammel
Sebastian Rothammel
Sebastian Rothammel
Sebastian Rothammel
Sebastian Rothammel
Andrea Münzing
Sebastian Rothammel
Andrea Münzing
Sebastian Rothammel
Andrea Münzing
Sebastian Rothammel
Andrea Münzing
Andrea Münzing
Andrea Münzing
Andrea Münzing
Sebastian Rothammel
Andrea Münzing
Sebastian Rothammel
Sebastian Rothammel
Andrea Münzing
Andrea Münzing
Andrea Münzing
Sebastian Rothammel
Andrea Münzing
Andrea Münzing
Sebastian Rothammel
Andrea Münzing
Sebastian Rothammel
Sebastian Rothammel

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7.4 EUROAVIA sponsors
EUROAVIA Associated Companies

EUROAVIA Supporting Members

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