ICAO Council endorses new updates to COVID-19 global aviation recovery guidelines
18 November 2020
The council of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) endorsed new updates on 10th November 2020 to its Aviation Recovery Task Force's (CART's) 'Take-off' Guidelines for international air transport.
A specialized agency of the United Nations, ICAO was created by governments in 1944 to support their diplomacy on international air transport matters. Since that time, countries have adopted over 12,000 standards and practices through ICAO which help to align their national regulations relevant to aviation safety, security, efficiency, capacity and environmental protection, enabling a truly global network to be realized. ICAO forums also provide opportunities for advice and advocacy to be shared with government decision-makers by industry groups, civil society NGOs, and other officially recognized air transport stakeholders.
- ICAO Electronic Bulletin (state letter) (PDF 771.5 kb)
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