Airline Operators Committee Nepal (AOCN) is established as a sub committee of Board of Airlines Representatives in Nepal (BARN) in the year 1990 A.D. This committee was formed with the aim of addressing the common concern of operating carriers and other stake holders while operating into Nepal. The committee represents the common voice of the airline operators to liasie with differnet authorities and parties for the safe, secure and cost effective operation. All airlines operating into Nepal can became the member of this committee to raise the common concern in order to improve the airlines' operation.
The committee is lead by the Executive Board, which consists of 4 Board Members and 7 Executive Members, which are elected by the members of the AOCN for the tenure of 2 years. The Executive Board is entrusted with representing and making decision on behalf of all the member airlines, sub-committees and its Associate Members. AOCN holds a full membership meeting to discuss and share the views, issues, updates and improvements in the airport and related areas once every month. One of the primary agenda of this committee is to improve the quality of passengers' journey experience from Nepal through the enhancement of operation and experience of the airport operation as per the international set standards.
AOCN has been working with different authorities, partners, ground handling agent, committees, sub-committees, working groups and other agencies & stakeholders in the airport to achieve its Purpose, Vision and Mission.
The Purpose of the
Our Vision is to ensure favorable and cost effective operating environment for the airlines operator in Nepal along with providing safe, secure and comfortable journey to the passengers as per the international set standards while travelling to and from Nepal.
The Mission of the AOC is to liase with different authorities, stake holders, committees and sub-committees in improving and addressing common issues for its members and aviation industry in Nepal along with contributing in social and common welfare causes.