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TIACA and ICAO enhance cooperation levels in air cargo transport field


The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), an industry association and the UN's International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) have agreed to strengthen cooperation within the air cargo transportation industry.
TIACA says it has been building a closer relationship with ICAO over the past two years and is already on a list of international organisations invited to attend ICAO meetings, the Shipping Gazette informs.
TIACA has provided input into a number of ICAO deliberations, including the organisation's Working Group on Air Cargo Security and its co-sponsorship of joint working papers on air cargo security for the 2012 High Level Conference on Aviation Security. It supported the papers "Key Principles on Air Cargo and Mail Security" and "International Capacity Building Strategy for Air Cargo Security".
TIACA has also presented working papers to the ICAO Assembly, 12th Session of Facilitation Division, and the 5th Worldwide Air Transport Conference on the issues of liberalisation, market access, air cargo security and development implications.
The scope of the enhanced cooperation between the TIACA and ICAO covers the areas of air cargo and mail security and facilitation; environmental practices; market access; capacity building; and air cargo safety. In support of the cooperation agreement, TIACA will intensify its participation in relevant ICAO meetings.
TIACA said it "hopes to gain further benefit and opportunities for cooperation from ICAO's institutional relationships with the United Nations and its specialised agencies, regional civil aviation bodies and regional civil aviation and economic integration organisations, as well as industry stakeholders including Airports Council International (ACI), the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA)".

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