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SG joins ICAO’s capacity-building programme on sustainable aviation fuel

Under the programme, SG will provide and receive training on SAF.

Singapore has inked an agreement with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to participate in the latter’s assistance, capacity-building, and training on sustainable aviation fuel (ACT-SAF) programme.

Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) Director-General Han Kok Juan, and ICAO Secretary-General Juan Carlos Salazar, signed the agreement on the sidelines of the 41st ICAO Assembly in Montreal, Canada. 

Singapore is the fourth signatory of the ICAO ACT-SAF agreement after Brazil, the European Commission, and Spain.

Under the programme, Singapore will help develop a Sustainable Air Hub Blueprint and set up an International Advisory Panel (IAP) on SAF.

The ACT-SAF programme is one of ICAO’s key initiatives to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

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