Our partners form the backbone of our network, providing essential solutions such as datasets that help us build the comprehensive aviation knowledge base to date.
The United Nations system recognizes the importance for the active engagement with non-state actors and their contribution to specific projects under their respective work programmes. To that effect, in 2005 the United Nations Office of Partnerships was established. Following in their footsteps and spirit, ICAO has launched The ICAO Project-based Partnership Opportunities, TIPPO.
ICAO Geographic Information System (GIS) services provide ICAO Member States and the aviation industry with a wide variety of high-quality maps including but not limited to air navigation and location, flight planning, traffic, airport connectivity, obstacles and weather, SAT/VHF radio services, UAS and other.
Study of impacts on airport hubs from increasing direct flights in high density OD markets . How will airport constraints evolve and will be addressed? Study covers infrastructure planning , financing and enhanced connectivity with resultant economic and social benefits to Member States and other stakeholders.
ICAO Fuel Burn Model is used in Revenue Cost Study and ICAO Carbon Calculator. Updating and enhancing the model will facilitate the Member States and other stakeholders that are currently using the results from the ICAO Fuel Burn Model.
Data driven approach for air carriers and regulators to minimize administrative burden and compliance costs. Beneficial for regulators, air carriers, offset providers, alternative fuel manufacturers and other stakeholders.
Study of the network connectivity optimization and market share capture under the forecasted network. Will the choice be very large aircraft or Mid to large size aircraft? Beneficial to manufactures and lessors for fleet planning and deployment strategies.