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The ICAO Journal magazine provides updates on ICAO activities and features additional information that is of interest to Contracting States and the international aviation community. The issues that will be distributed in 2018 will highlight important events taking place in 2019.

Spring Issue: Marking ICAO’s 75th Anniversary, as ICAO and the global air transport community celebrate the contributions to the civil aviation system since the Convention on International Civil Aviation was signed in 1944.

There are, in commercial air transport today, the highest number of aircraft orders ever registered. Over the next twenty years, these new aircraft will need to be commanded by qualified pilots, maintained by skilled technicians, and managed by competent air traffic controllers, but the global air transportation system will need to be supported by new, up-to-date and technology-savvy, personnel.  Not only does ICAO’s Training Report magazine highlight ICAO’s efforts to prepare for these demands, but it highlights the aviation training developments and initiatives in every area of the industry including: aerodromes; air navigation services; air transport; environment; flight safety; safety management; security and facilitation.

The 2019 issues of Training Report Magazine will feature these themes:

Aviation security is a critical pillar in the growth and sustainability of the global aviation industry. ICAO’s new Aviation Security magazine will feature content that showcases aviation security guidance, regulations, best practices, products and lessons learned that will help States, industry, stakeholders and ICAO enhance global security.

ICAO’s TRIP magazine includes news and features on the ICAO Traveller Identification Programme including: machine readable travel document (MRTD) standards; specifications and best practices; secure travel document issuance; robust evidence of identity processes; and information sharing technologies. The magazine provides a unique opportunity for exchanging information that benefits passport issuing offices, aviation security authorities, civil registries, border control and law enforcement companies, and airline, airport and other interested parties.

ICAO’s Technical Cooperation Review provides a comprehensive account of technical cooperation developments, trends, innovations and applications that have brought value to Member States and the international aeronautical community.

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Aviation safety is at the core of ICAO’s fundamental Objectives. We are continuously striving, in close collaboration with the entire air transport community, to further improve aviation’s safety performance while maintaining a high level of capacity and efficiencies.

We are looking for content that supports these efforts through the following areas:

Aviation safety is at the core of ICAO’s fundamental Objectives. We are continuously striving, in close collaboration with the entire air transport community, to further improve aviation’s safety performance while maintaining a high level of capacity and efficiencies.

We are looking for content that supports these efforts in the following areas:

When we began adopting an international framework for addressing acts of unlawful interference, we assumed a leadership role in developing aviation security policies and measures at the international level. Though global aviation security remains one of our key objectives, all of ICAO’s initiatives in the field of aviation security rely, both globally and regionally, on cooperation amongst States and all other stakeholders. The overarching goal is to enhance global security by implementing uniform security measures around the world, a goal that cannot be achieved without commitment by all concerned.

We took a leadership role in harmonizing an air transport framework that  focuses on economic policies and supporting activities. An
economically viable civil aviation system (including airlines, airports, air navigation services providers, etc.) with economic efficiencies and transparencies that allows for funding aviation infrastructure and other investment needs, as well as technology transfer and capacity building that supports the growth of air transport benefits all stakeholders.

Improving the environmental performance of aviation is a challenge ICAO takes very seriously. As we fulfilled our responsibilities, we developed a range of standards, policies and guidance material for the application of integrated measures to address aircraft noise and emissions embracing technological improvements, operating procedures, proper organization of air traffic, appropriate airport and land-use planning, and the use of market-based options. To meet our environmental goals, we need the whole aviation community to contribute to reducing civil aviation’s impact on the environment.

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