The ICAO Global Implementation Support Symposium (GISS) will take place in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, from 30 April to 2 May 2024.
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ICCAIA’s Annual General Meeting will be held virtually on March 27th, 2024 by invitation only.
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The 2024 ICAO Innovation Fair will be held on 12-14 March 2024 in Montréal, Canada, under the theme “Digital Aviation: the Future is Now”.
Representatives of States, international organizations, industry, private sector, academia, aviation research, United Nations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) will be able to have substantive conversations on innovation in aviation and how to adjust systems, processes, structures to better ensure future innovation brings value for aviation and its contribution to States achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
ICCAIA members interested in participating should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
This event will build upon the success of the 2021 ICAO Stocktaking, which provided a forum for stakeholders to exchange ambitious plans for decarbonizing international aviation, including discussions on policies and concrete roadmaps to zero emissions. The 2021 event was inspired by green innovations brought forward through the ICAO Global Coalition for Sustainable Aviation, which serves as a forum of stakeholders within and beyond the aviation sector to facilitate the development of new ideas and accelerate the implementation of solutions that will further reduce aviation emissions at source, on the ground or in the sky
ICCAIA is participating in the 57th Conference of Directors General of Civil Aviation, Asia and Pacific Region, being held in Incheon, Republic of Korea. A paper will be presented that previews many of ICCAIA’s priorities in innovation and resilience for the 41st General Assembly.
ATAG – representing all sectors of commercial aviation – invites governments, ICAO representatives, the aviation industry, the energy sector and other stakeholders to attend the Aviation Net-Zero Dialogue on Thursday 26 May 2022 in Montreal.
In October 2021, the global air transport industry adopted a new long-term goal to address its climate change impact by committing to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. The declaration was signed by the CEOs and leaders of the following: ACI, Airbus, ATR, Boeing, CFM, CANSO, Collins Aerospace, Embraer, GAMA, GE Aviation, IATA, IBAC, ICCAIA, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce and SAFRAN.
The purpose of the ATAG Aviation Net-Zero Dialogue is to explain and encourage discussion on the various pillars of action to achieve industry decarbonisation. There will be a particular focus on accelerated energy efficiency measures, energy transition, innovation across the aviation sector and the importance of working in partnership with governments around the world.
Participation in the Dialogue is by invitation. The following are eligible to register: airlines, airports, ANSPs, manufacturers, fuel and energy sector companies, financial institutions, carbon offsetting and carbon removal companies, suppliers of products and services for aviation, start-ups, aviation associations, environmental groups, law firms, consultants, travel and tourism organisations, universities, civil aviation authorities, ministers, other government entities and ICAO representatives. Please contact ATAG for further information.
ICCAIA’s Annual General Meeting will be held virtually on February 22nd, 2022 by invitation only. For further information please contact email@example.com.
Nina Brooks from ICCAIA will be taking part in an an ICAO webinar highlighting the importance of Security Culture. Speakers will highlight available security culture best practices and resources and share security culture guidance, tips and tools. The event will emphasize that achievements from the Year of Security Culture in 2021 will be carried forward as a permanent focus on security culture by all in aviation.