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

  • JOB OPPORTUNITY: COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

  • The Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) is looking for a Communications Officer to join our organisation based in Geneva, Switzerland. ATAG is a small and dynamic team of people working to bring about change in the aviation industry, covering the sustainable development of air transport and with a focus on climate action in aviation. This role will be to assist the Head of Communications in developing and implementing a communications strategy for 2015 and 2016 and will provide the chance for a young communications professional to build their skills and help shape the sustainable development of this vital global sector. We are excited about the work we do at ATAG and we have an opportunity to bring someone on board who will help us share that excitement with the rest of the world, whilst also pushing for change within the sector.

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  • Collaborative aviation climate action takes flight

  • NEW YORK, 23 September 2014 – The aviation sector joined other business and government groups at the United Nations Climate Summit today to announce a commitment on climate action between the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a United Nations specialized agency, and the aviation industry represented by the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG). This partnership expands on work already being undertaken across the air transport sector to reduce emissions from this important global industry.

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  • Connecting Denmark with the world, sustainably

  • Copenhagen – Aviation industry experts are gathering in Copenhagen this week as part of the city’s year of events marking its time as European Green Capital. A Green Aviation Day on Thursday will look at the many ways air transport partners are collaborating to reduce the impact of the aviation industry. As the industry celebrates 100 years of commercial operations, the event is fittingly being held in the old Vilhelm Lauritzen Terminal at Copenhagen Airport.

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