Posts Tagged ICAO

More Trade News in Brief Week 40 (30 September – 6 October 2013)

 
* ICAO – Agreement on Global Aviation Emissions Deal
 
The UN Assembly responsible for International Civil Aviation (ICAO) decided on a global mechanism to tackle emissions from aviation that can start in 2020.
 
Check more about the global market-based measure (MBM) for international aviation here.
 
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* Liechtenstein & Malta Sign DTA
 
 Liechtenstein and Malta signed in New York a bilateral double taxation agreement (DTA).
 
Please follow the link for more.
 
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US-Japan Joint Statement on Global Supply Chain Security

2 May 2012, Brussels
 
In the Joint Statement, the Governments of Japan and the US acknowledge that efforts to strengthen the global supply chain are top important for a safety and smooth trading.
 
Japan and the US are committed to supporting and working with the World Customs Organization (WCO), the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the International Maritime Organization (IMO), the Universal Postal Union (UPU) and the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) organization to strength  the worldwide security across all modes of transport.
 
More information here.

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IATA for a Safer Aviation Industry

24 April 2012, Montreal
 
The International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) 2012 Operations Committee (OPC) established the main priorities to guide IATA’s safety initiatives over the next 12 months:
–          Pilot and Engineer Training, IATA will facilitate training for pilots and engineers through IATA Training and Qualification Initiative (ITQI)
–          Enhanced IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit), the IOSA standards and recommended practices (ISARPS) should be promoted through the Enhanced IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) program
–          Ground Operations, a dedicated IATA ground operations team will cooperate with IATA Ground Handling Committee for drives safety and efficiency improvements
–          Harmonization, the OPC will work with ICAO, the US FAA and EASA for worldwide harmonization in safety regulations.
 
 Please refer to IATA’s Press Release.

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