​Regional Conference to address common challenges through implementation
of the Global Aviation Security Plan (GASeP)

(Royal Orchid Sheraton, Bangkok, Thailand, 20-21 December 2017)


This Asia & Pacific Regional Conference will provide a forum for an open dialogue to promote and focus on priority settings at the Regional and State levels to address common aviation security challenges, and to set goals and targets in tandem with the implementation of the ICAO Global Aviation Security Plan (GASeP).

In line with the UNSCR 2309 (2016) and ICAO Assembly Resolution A39-18, which affirm that aviation security remains among the highest of priorities for States and the global international community, the ICAO Global Aviation Security Plan (GASeP) has been developed to provide for effective, risk-based security measures which reflect the continuously evolving threat to civil aviation. The GASeP aims to bring together all relevant aviation security stakeholders to provide for a collective effort to ensure that sustainable aviation security measures are effectively implemented globally, regionally and at the State level.

This Conference will lead to the development of a Regional Roadmap for Asia and the Pacific which will affirm States' commitment to the implementation of the GASeP, strengthen national and regional aviation security systems as a whole, and enhance the economic benefits to be derived from civil aviation as well as continue to promote the growth of the aviation industry within the region.


Registration Form is listed as Attachment C below.

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collapse Category : 2-General Information ‎(8)
APAC GASeP Conference Programme-general19Dec2017.pdf.Programme of the GASeP Conference (Revised)19 December 2017 
AP137-17-AVS - INV on GASeP.pdf01State Letter 10 Oct. 2017 
A - Provisional Programme GASeP_APAC Conf.pdf02Attachment A — Preliminary Programme10 Oct. 2017 
B - ICAO SL084e.pdf03Attachment B — ICAO State Letter AS 8/1.10-17/8410 Oct. 2017 
C - Nomination_Registration Form.pdf04Attachment C — Registration Form 10 Oct. 2017 
C - Nomination_Registration Form.docx04Attachment C — Registration Form 10 Oct. 2017 
D - Letter from CAA_THA - Final.pdf05Attachment D — Invitation from the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand 10 Oct. 2017 
Hotels Room Rate 20-21 Dec2017 - GASeP revised 1Nov2017.pdf06 List of Hotels (revised)1 November 2017 
collapse Category : 5-Presentations ‎(11)
01 - AVSEC_Priorities.FINAL.pdf01Strategic Aviation Security Priorities of ICAO20 December 2017ICAO 
02 - ICAO_UN_Res.FINAL.pdf02Implementing ICAO & UN Resolutions Through the GASeP20 December 2017ICAO 
03 - GASeP_Overview.FINAL.pdf03Overview of GASeP and its Five Priority Outcomes20 December 2017ICAO 
04 - IMP Global AVSEC Plan.pdf04Implementing the Global AVSEC Plan - Challenges and opportunities20 December 2017ICAO 
05 - [SIN] Role of GASeP.pdf05Role of GASeP in Addressing Aviation Security Challenges in Asia and Pacific States22 December 2017Singapore 
06 - Improving_Regioanl_Security.pdf06Improving Regional Security Through Assistance and Capacity Development Activities 20 December 2017ICAO 
07 - CASP AP Global Aviation Security Plan.pdf07Global Aviation Security Plan - APAC Region20 December 2017CASP-AP 
08 - Australian Perspective.pdf08Strengthening aviation security in the Asia Pacific region - An Australian Perspective20 December 2017Australia 
09 - AVSEC Collaboration.pdf09AVSEC Collaboration Opportunities in the Region20 December 2017United States 
10 - Industry’s role in strengthening Aviation Security in APAC [IATA].pdf10Industry’s role in strengthening Aviation Security in Asia Pacific20 December 2017IATA 
11 - ACI Initiatives to Strengthen Aviation Security_ICAO GASeP BKK Dec 17.pdf11ACI’s Initiatives to Strengthen Regional Aviation Security20 December 2017ACI 
collapse Type Name : GASeP Roadmap - Asia Pacific Region ‎(1)
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APAC Roadmap Final [26Dec2017].pdfAsia and Pacific Aviation Security Roadmap26 December 2017 


For further information please contact:

Mr. Ross Lockie

                Mr. Remington Low           


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