The Air Transport Action Group is the forum where the industry can come together and work towards common solutions to common issues...

Michael Gill
ATAG's Executive Director

WELCOME TO ATAG

Welcome to the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), an independent coalition of member organisations and companies throughout the global air transport industry. Read more

WHAT'S NEW

  • Aviation industry urges governments to show climate leadership

  • Montreal, 26 September 2016 – Negotiations to complete the first global agreement on capping a single sector’s climate impact are due to resume in Montreal on Tuesday as the world’s governments meet for the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) 39th Assembly. The Assembly, which takes place every three years, will focus heavily on finding agreement between governments to develop a carbon offsetting and reduction scheme for international aviation, to be known as the CORSIA.

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  • Momentum builds towards ICAO offsetting scheme for international aviation

  • Geneva, 22 September 2016 – The aviation industry welcomed declarations by Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, Kenya and the United Arab Emirates in the last few days that they intend to volunteer to participate in a global carbon offsetting and reduction scheme for international aviation (CORSIA), currently being negotiated at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). The CORSIA is part of a ‘basket of measures’ which will help aviation reduce its climate impact and it has the full backing of the aviation industry.

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  • Momentum builds as alternative fuels jet off on more airlines

  • Geneva, 19 September 2016 – The use of sustainable alternative jet fuel was given yet another boost today as JetBlue announced its intention to start using this renewable energy source for flights from New York from 2019 in a decade-long off-take agreement. Deployment of this new fuel is a key part of aviation industry commitments to reduce its climate change impact.

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