It will be second time around for Michal Kmet, who was elected to succeed Rado Tihlarik after he completed a two year term as President.
The members opted for experience and turned again to Kmet, who had previously put in a four year stint as President.
Speaking after his election to the post Michal Kmet said: “I am honoured to have been entrusted to lead the association again by our members.
“I am following a class act. Rado Tihlarik did a skilful job guiding the association through one of the most difficult periods, not only for Slovakia but the world too. I am delighted that he will be remaining on the board of ATC SK and will value his wise counsel as we face the many challenges ahead.”