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IFATSEA Regional Director Americas

January 25th, 2020

Appointment of IFATSEA Regional Director Americas
Mr. Patrick Delaney resigned at 49th IFATSEA Assembly in Accra, Ghana from the post as Regional Director Americas. Mr. Delaney will continue as ICAO Liaison Officer. We thank Mr. Delaney for his efforts to improve IFATSEA in the Region Americas and for the support by PASS, the IFATSEA Member Association from USA. According the IFATSEA Constitution and By-Laws a vacancy of an Officer post shall be filled by the Executive Board until the next regular election for the vacant position. IFATSEA is pleased to announce, that the IFATSEA Executive Board appoint unanimously
Mr. Michel Gaulin, Canada
as IFATSEA Regional Director Americas.
Mr. Gaulin is supported by IBEW2228, the IFATSEA Member Association from Canada. I kindly ask to support and assist Mr. Gaulin to continue the improvement of IFATSEA in the Region Americas.

Sincerely,

Cristina Félix                                         Thorsten Wehe
IFATSEA Executive Secretary            IFATSEA President

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