Sustainable Aviation Hub Cities
Sustainable aviation hub cities are a concept of how Small Developing States (SIDs) can take advantage of Aerotropolis concepts without the tremendous cost burden required for such endeavours. This concept provides SDIs with the opportunity to have socioeconomic development previously unattainable, as well as unprecedented economic advancement in a sustainable manner, which takes into consideration environmental impacts and resources to further enhance this development and use of their airports (new, multiple, or refurbished). The concept also allows States to be hubs interconnecting their region and continents, obtaining maximum benefits with minimum government budgetary and resource outlays. Additionally, it allows for the organized and structured growth and urban development of cities that provide the maximum benefit of the inevitable growth and jobs that are created in need of supporting the aviation hubs created under this concept, thus, enhancing middle-class economy with the best schools, clinics, businesses and opportunities for its citizens.
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The ICAO Air Services Negotiation (IC...
The presentation will provide information on the ICAN events and the benefits it offers to States as a central meeting place to conduct air services negotiations and consultations, as well as networking opportunities for policy makers, regulators, air operators, service providers and other stakeh...
Business Aviation Commitment on Clima...
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Training - Annex 9 — Facilitation
To enhance implementation of Annex 9 provisions and assist Member States build capacity ICAO developed relevant Annex 9 training courses. The presentation will highlight the relevant ICAO Annex 9 training courses and their aims and objectives, as well as the benefits to States, and how States ca...