TIACA Launches the 4th Annual Air Cargo Sustainability Survey


The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) announced that the 4th Annual Air Cargo Sustainability Survey has been launched.

This year’s survey will continue to monitor air cargo’s progress towards a sustainable future. We are calling on the entire industry to respond to allow us to get a full understanding of the work we are doing.

The results and recommendations of the air cargo sustainability survey are published annually in the Insights Report.  The first report was published in 2020 and serves as a benchmark to measure year-on-year progression of the air cargo industry’s sustainability activities.

“We are proud to see the results of the industry’s investment into sustainability. Through TIACA’s Sustainability Program, we are able to shine a spotlight on all of the work we as an industry are doing through the Insights Report, the Sustainability Awards and of course BlueSky. It is great to see the industry unite for such an important mission.” Steven Polmans, TIACA Chair

The Annual Air Cargo Sustainability Survey was launched in 2020 as part of TIACA’s Sustainability program that is aimed at uniting the air cargo industry towards a common vision, goals and action plan, drive and accelerate sustainability progress. The Sustainability program is set to support our members and the air cargo industry in their necessary transformation to do good for the planet, the people and the business. This initiative supports our 3+2 vision: people, planet, prosperity + innovation & partnerships.

“It is vital that we track and monitor collective industry efforts towards sustainability to not just see the push towards a sustainable future but also to tell the world about all of the ways we are moving forward. The Insights Report allows us to do this and with the feedback we get from the industry through the survey, we can do just that. We are looking forward to sharing the results with you early next year.” Glyn Hughes, Director General.

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Access the 2023 Air Cargo Sustainability Survey. 

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