Latin American and Caribbean airlines with domestic and/or international services.

Airlines not based in the Latin America or the Caribbean, who have interests or are doing business in these regions.

Airline-related organizations or companies that work closely with the industry in the region.

Become a Member


Interested in joining ALTA? ALTA Members enjoy a wide range of benefits, including access to Committees and Workgroups to drive initiatives for the improvement of aviation in the region. READ MORE
Elegibility
Airlines must be IOSA or ISSA Certified. Genuine willingness to actively participate in ALTA activities, and work with ALTA members. Must meet the criteria of each membership category.
How much does it cost to be a member? What is the application procedure? Do members airlines have to be on the IATA operational safety audit registry? Who do I contact for more information? READ MORE

Membership Renewal


Valued Member,
Thank you for your continued interest in being an ALTA member. To renew your membership, please contact Karo Torres, Industry Affairs Director, at ktorres@alta.aero.

Always at your service,
The team at ALTA

WHAT OUR SATISFIED MEMBERS ARE SAYING

"The value of being an active ALTA member are many, but the reason is straightforward: The Boeing Company supports and promotes ALTA's mission, "..."the development of safer, more efficient and environmentally friendly air transport in the Latin America and Caribbean region". In summary, we share ALTA's passion for a better aviation industry."VAN REX GALLARD
Vice President-Africa, latin America & Caribbean Sales Commercial Airplanes BOEING
Collaborating with partners like ALTA in the Americas region has been very beneficial to us. Lufthansa Technik will continue to be a member of ALTA, which is by far one of the best associations in the aviation industry for Latin America and the Caribbean region.JOERG FEMERLING
Vice President Sales-Lufthansa Technik
Being a member of ALTA has revolved around getting access. Access to key players in the region, from airline leaders to suppliers and local authorities. Access to information, market behavior and how airlines and suppliers navigate through this dynamic environment.FERNANDO DOSSANTOS
Rockwell Collins

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