Welcome to the Central European Rotation Group website. Here you will find information about CERG and its activities.
CERG Member States
The Central European Rotation Group (CERG) was established on November 3, 1992. It is one of the 4 rotation groups created within the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC). The members of each rotation group start in the elections to the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), according to an order established within each group. In the elections, the candidates have support of the remaining members of a given group. The rotation basis within CERG is the Memorandum of Understanding of December 1, 2011 which establishes the cooperation rules.
On 9 April 2014 in Gdansk was held the first meeting of the Central European Rotation Group (CERG) under the chairmanship of the Republic of Poland. More information about the meeting >>>
On 20 November 2014 in Warsaw was held the second meeting of the Central European Rotation Group (CERG) under the chairmanship of the Republic of Poland. More information about the meeting >>>
On 23 April in Warsaw was held the third meeting of the Central European Rotation Group (CERG) under the chairmanship of the Republic of Poland. More information about the meeting >>>
From 6 to 8 April 2016 in Cząskowo was held the fourth meeting of the Central European Rotation Group (CERG) under the chairmanship of the Republic of Poland. More information about the meeting >>>
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Poland has been a CERG member since 2009. The remaining members of the group are: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czechia, Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.
In 2013 Poland started in the ICAO Council elections. It has gained the support of 147 states due to which it became, for the first time in its history one of the 36 states (out of 191 ICAO member states) constituting the ICAO Council and managing the works of the organization.
On October 1, 2013 Poland also took over the leadership in CERG and held this position till the end of its tenure in the ICAO Council in 2016. In November 2016 Greece, whose representative has a seat in the ICAO Air Navigation Commission (ANC), replaced Poland as the leader of the group. Greece will both have the seat in ANC and be a CERG leader till 2019.
Brouchure on Polish candidacy and other CERG Member States
ICAO Council Chamber
President of the CAA with model of Polish designed Flaris LAR 1 aircraft which is displayed at the ICAO Headquarters in Montreal
More about Flaris LAR 1
Polish Display presented at ICAO headquarters, donated to the Organisation on ocassion of 85th Anniversary of signing the Warsaw Convention
Summaries after Council Sessions
210th Session of thr ICAO Council
209th Session of thr ICAO Council
202nd Session of the ICAO Council
201st Session of the ICAO Council
Meeting of Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP) in Montreal
Summary of Council Phase of the 201st Session of ICAO Council
Second and third day
Meeting of the TCC Ad Hoc Working Group
Second WGGE Meeting
Fifth Meeting of the Council and First Meeting of EAG
Sixth Meeting of the Council
International Women's Day in ICAO Council
Seventh Meeting of the Council
Second Meeting of TCC Ad Hoc Working Group and Second Meeting of EAG Group
200th Session of the ICAO Council
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