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ACI APAC & MID Speaks at EU-SEA CCCA CORSIA Project “Workshop on Development of SAF Policies and Regulations”

  • 2023-10-19

ACI Asia-Pacific & Middle East reiterated its position regarding the efforts of airports in decarbonisation and the importance of Sustainable Aviation Fuel at airports at the EU-SEA CCCA CORSIA Project “Workshop on Development of SAF Policies and Regulations”.

 

The workshop was organised by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) under its EU-SEA CCCA CORSIA Project.

 

During the discussion, Ken Lau, the Senior Manager of Environment and Airport Information Technology at ACI Asia-Pacific & Middle East, emphasised the ongoing commitment of airports towards reducing carbon emissions. Lau also underscored the key role of SAF within the airport ecosystem and highlighted the perspectives of airports concerning the policy and regulatory framework for SAF.

 

Over 60 environmental policy officers from ASEAN Member States, DGCA, Civil Aviation Authority, Directors of Civil Aviation, Ministries, and members of Climate Change Committees participated in the workshop.

 

The two-day workshop provided ASEAN MS policy officers with a structured, informed, and result-oriented approach to the development of SAF related policies and regulations. 

The workshop also covered the global status and outlook on the SAF regulatory landscape; policy directions, the regulatory process; and the market dynamics.

 

For SAF collaborations with us, please contact Ken Lau, Senior Manager of Environment and Airport Information Technology at ACI Asia-Pacific & Middle East at ken@aci-asiapac.aero.

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ACI Asia-Pacific & Middle East
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