Avlite endeavours to conform with the Recommendations, Guidelines and documentation offered by international associations. As such, the company holds Industrial Membership of the following groups;
The Australian Airports Association (AAA) is a non-profit organisation that represents the interests of over 255 member aerodromes and airports Australia wide, from the local country council-owned and operated community service landing strip, to the major privatised international gateway airports.
The Charter of the Australian Airports Association is to facilitate co-operation among all member airports and their many and varied partners in Australian aviation, whilst maintaining an air transport system that is safe, secure, environmentally responsible and efficient for the benefit of all Australians.
AOPA Australia is Australia's largest independent non-profit recreational aviation organisation. AOPA Australia is a member of the International Council of Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (IAOPA), who represent over 40,000 pilots globally.
AOPA Australia has been a fellowship of flyers and the voice of recreational flying and general aviation in Australia for over 50 years.
AOPA Australia is an active group represented by an annually elected Committee and President. AOPA Australia also employs a team of professional staff to provide national representation, membership services and administration support.
The Army Aviation Association of America (Quad-A) was formed in 1957 by active U.S. Army senior aviation officers, and aims to create approved and meaningful interchange between government and industry bodies.
Quad-A has created a forum for aviators in the diverse branches to exchange ideas and share experience.
The National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) is a non-profit trade association providing a unified voice for tower erection, maintenance and service companies. As a member driven association, NATE is led by its Board of Directors. These individuals come from all types and sizes of companies located throughout the United States.
NATE endeavors to pursue, formulate and adhere to uniform standards of safety to ensure the continued well-being of tower personnel, and to educate the general public, applicable government agencies and clients on continued progress toward safer standards within the industry. NATE also aims to facilitate effective safety training for the industry.
For more than 60 years, HAI has provided support and services to its members and to the international helicopter community. HAI aims to provide its members with services that directly benefit their operations, and to advance the international helicopter community by providing programs that enhance safety, encourage professionalism and economic viability while promoting the unique contributions vertical flight offers society.
Since it was founded, HAI has served its membership and taken many actions on behalf of helicopter operators throughout the world. The organization has benefited the entire industry, to include manufacturers, suppliers, operators, pilots and mechanics. The associations initiatives have had a direct and positive impact on international helicopter activities.