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


  • Powerful call for government partnership to deliver aviation industry’s climate goals

  • GENEVA, 30 September 2015 – A group of 28 aviation industry chief executive officers and association leaders has today sent an open letter to governments committing to climate action and calling for a joint approach to help deliver maximum CO2 emissions reductions in the aviation sector. In particular, the industry group urged action to approve a meaningful market-based measure for aviation emissions, expected to be agreed by governments at a meeting of the United Nations specialised aviation agency in one year’s time.

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  • New report showcases climate action in the aviation sector

  • GENEVA, 29 September 2015 – From solar power installations at a hundred airports around the world, to tablet computers for pilots, brand new aircraft designs and flights on fuel made with waste gas from steel plants, a new report released at the Global Sustainable Aviation Summit today shows the aviation industry has embarked on a systematic programme of energy efficiency to reduce its climate impact.

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  • Global Sustainable Aviation Summit to take off in Geneva

  • GENEVA, 28 September 2015 – Experts from the aviation industry, governments and environmental groups are in Geneva this week for a series of meetings on sustainable aviation development. The headline event is the Global Sustainable Aviation Summit, hosted by the industry-wide body, the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG). Climate change, the recent UN Sustainable Development Goals, sustainable alternative aviation fuels, new technologies, dealing with aircraft noise and emerging environmental issues – including finding ways to tackle the illegal trade in wildlife – are all on the agenda.

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