The main mission of the association is to develop the brand image of École Nationale de l'Aviation Civile (also referred to as French Civil Aviation University), first European Graduate School in the fields of aeronautics and aviation. In 2013, it represents almost 20,000 people which make the association the biggest in France for aeronautical studies.
When the École Nationale de l'Aviation Civile university has been created in 1949, it was first to train officials of the Directorate General for Civil Aviation. At the beginning of the 1970s, the university starts to train non-officials for aerospace industry. The number of civilian students grows in the 1980s and then an alumni association became an obviousness. Robert Aladenyse (1931-2003, graduate in 1964) decided in 1987 to create a nonprofit organization for Diplôme d'ingénieur alumnus called INGENAC. In the 2000s, the development in France of Master's degree and Mastères Spécialisés courses encouraged the association to welcome and represents these new alumnus.
The 1st of January 2010, ENAC merged with the SEFA in order to become the biggest aeronautical university in Europe. That's why, INGENAC decided to change its name to become ENAC Alumni and gather graduates of all the degrees of the École Nationale de l'Aviation Civile (including the Aeronautical operations technicians, the Techniciens supérieur de l'aviation, the Air Traffic Safety Electronics Personnels and the Ingénieurs des études et de l'exploitation de l'aviation civile). It becomes effective in March 2012.
ENAC Alumni is member of the Conférence des Grandes Écoles.
All the projects meet the key goals of the association: