The General Assembly is the highest decision making body within EASA's structure.
The Board of Directors is responsible for the administration of EASA.
The Executive Committee is responsible for EASA's day-to-day management and policy in between meetings of the Board.
The Self-Regulatory Committee provides a forum for EASA's members to discuss and exchange information on ad standards.
EASA has historically played an important role in promoting international cooperation beyond Europe.
The Central and Eastern European Council provides a forum for discussion of common issues pertaining to this particular region.