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About SJAC


About SJAC

The Society of Japanese Aerospace Companies (SJAC) is the sole public entity representing the interests of the Japanese aerospace industry. SJAC was established with the purpose of contributing to the expansion of the Japanese aerospace industry, together with the overall improvement of national welfare −through production enhancement and trade expansion of aerospace related products−, and contributing to the sound growth of the aerospace industry as a whole.

SJAC was founded in 1952, at the reopening year of Japanese aviation industry, as a private forum for aircraft industrialists. Over the years, companies involved with space development gradually began to include themselves as well. SJAC was reorganized in 1974 as The Society of Japanese Aerospace Companies, and has grown steadily to become what it is today. In addition, SJAC joined the International Coordinating Council of Aerospace Industries Associations (ICCAIA) in 1972.

SJAC delivers board investigations of the production, trading, market research, documentation and gathering of aerospace related intelligence, and also providing aerospace information to the industry and widely to the public. In addition, SJAC contributes to the technical advancement by enforcing surveillance study in board domains, such as manufacturing technology, reliability, maintainability and quality management of aerospace components.

SJAC is active in the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and ICCAIA, and continually attempts to increase both understanding and cooperation with such oversea aerospace industrial societies as AIA of the U.S., ASD of the EU, ADS of the U.K., GIFAS of France and AIAC of Canada.

SJAC is comprised of approximately 140 member companies. These members represent a majority of the firms engaged in the manufacturing, repairing and trading of aircraft, satellite, launch vehicle and related equipment in Japan.