Climate Action in the Aviation Industry: Lessons Learned from Major International Airports’

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Climate action in the aviation industry has really taken off. Over the next few months, airlines around the world will be on pins and needles, waiting to see what the International Civil Aviation Organization's (ICAO) global market-based measure scheme will entail. This September, we might witness yet another historic climate deal that will undoubtedly transform the aviation industry and set the precedent for mandatory industry-specific carbon reduction schemes.
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The risks encountered in flying are frequently mitigated by the knowledge, training, and experience of the professional pilot. As new safety risks are discovered, the aviation community resolves to overcome these safety deficiencies through improvements to our aviation system, whether it be related to air traffic services, airport and ground operations, aircraft design, or advances in aeronautical knowledge and training of the flight and cabin crew.


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