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


  • Governments urged to settle on key aviation climate package

  • Geneva, 20 March 2016 – Today, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) launched a series of regional outreach and education sessions as negotiations continue towards the adoption of a global climate agreement for air transport. The regional events, under the title global aviation dialogues (GLADs), are a key part of the agency’s work in the lead up to the ICAO Assembly in September.

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  • Global agreement on CO2 Standard for aircraft “a significant step”

  • GENEVA, 8 February 2016 – Governments, industry and environmental groups meeting at the United Nations specialised agency, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), have today finalised the design of the first global certification standard for CO2 emissions from new aircraft. The agreement on a rigorous and challenging ICAO “CO2 Standard”, is the result of six years’ work by a task force of experts from governments and observers and will apply to all new aircraft designs from 2020.

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  • Aviation CO2 emissions to be dealt with next year at ICAO

  • Paris, 12 December 2015 – At the conclusion of the COP21 Climate Talks in Paris, the aviation sector, represented by the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) made the following statement:

    “The Paris Agreement provides an ambitious and far-reaching response by governments to dealing with climate change. This is a significant step forward for the world and will provide positive momentum for aviation market-based measure discussions taking place in the lead up to the 39th Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in September 2016.

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