Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) and Cranfield University organized a Global Aviation Summit 2022 to bring together the thoughts of global leaders on net zero 2050 targets. The summit gave a platform to discuss the major achievements, the barriers, lessons learned, and how the sector can best make further substantial and immediate progress to achieve decarbonisation. Mohamed Khalifa Rahma, Director of the Air Transport Bureau at ICAO, said: “It was a new beginning for the sector. Aviation had the opportunity to build back better and leaner but international co-operation was needed now more than ever before. There is a need for sustainable fuels to be

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