ATAG

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ATAGAuthoring Tool Accessibility Guidelines
ATAGAir Transport Action Group
ATAGAid to Artisans Ghana
ATAGAmphibian Taxon Advisory Group
ATAGAutomatic Tag
ATAGAssistant to the Adjutant General
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Each of these will be 20-25% more fuel efficient than their predecessors,EoACA[yen] said Giovanni Bisignani, IATAEoACAOs Director General and CEO at the Aviation and Environment Summit being held in Geneva by the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG).
IATA's Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) has expressed opposition to the Japanese government's plans for privatising Japan's three major airports and has urged reduced charges to keep the country's airports competitive.
The Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), a coalition of aviation companies based in Geneva, Switzerland, has predicted that airline passenger growth throughout the world over the next 15 years will be greatest in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Geneva-based Air Transport Action Group or ATAG, which lobbies for more investment in infrastructure, said its latest figures underlined the importance of the airline industry to the world economy.
Speaking at the conclusion of the Sustainable Aviation Summit in Geneva, organized by the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), de Juniac stressed the importance of the vision and leadership that the industry had shown in driving environmental sustainability so far.
The Air Transport Action Group estimates that air transport supported 6.9m jobs and helped contribute $80.5bn to the continent's GDP in 2012, fostering new trade links and expanding the marketplace for individual companies.
The Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) have joined forces to further reduce carbon emissions across the global air transport industry.
Most commentators predict a doubling of air transport over the next decade or so and, according to the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), this has "created concern that aviation's rapid expansion will outstrip improvements in industry environmental performance." The industry has recognised the problem and is looking at ways of minimising aviation's environmental impact in terms of energy consumption, emissions, climate change and noise.
The Air Transport Action Group has predicted that the UK will remain the dominant European air passenger market as passenger numbers grow to around 1,101m by 2015.
* According to latest figures from the Air Transport Action Group, air transport in Europe carried more than 541 million passengers in 1998 and demand is expected to double by 2015 to 1,101 million passengers.
The Air Transport Action Group has confirmed that there is widespread concern in the industry and has called for more discussion on the issue.
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