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General information about BARIP
The Board of Airline Representatives in Poland BARIP has existed in Poland since 2006 and represents the interests of air carriers in the country and on the international arena. The Board main tasks is to monitor, react and give opinions on regulatory policy in Poland and at the EU level, which affects the aviation industry, in particular the costs related to the performance of aviation activities in Poland. The council’s area of interest is also to influence the shaping of laws and regulations in order to improve the efficiency and competitiveness of the aviation industry through cooperation with the relevant ministry, parliament and regulatory authorities.
The Board is also interested in the promotion of high quality services and passenger safety, cooperation with carriers, regulatory authorities and international organizations. the Board issues opinions on regulations on standards and principles of safety and quality of services that apply to the entire aviation industry in Poland.
The Council is also involved in undertaking initiatives aimed at the development of the aviation industry in Poland, including through participation in conferences, fairs and aviation symposiums.
Additionally the Board also cooperates with international organizations such as the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the European Air Operators Councils to improve aviation standards and regulations at the international level.
Our board of directors:
Andrzej Kobielski – Chair of the Board
Grzegorz Michorek – V-ce Chair of the Board
Rene Koinzack – Board Member
Wojciech Arszewski – Board Member
Cengiz Inceosman – Board Member