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Vision and Mission
ICAO Strategic Objectives
How ICAO Develops Standards
International Civil Aviation Day
Air Navigation Commission
ICAO 2023-25 Business Plan
ICAO Transformational Objective
Air Navigation Bureau
Air Transport Bureau
Legal Affairs and External Relations Bureau
Capacity Development and Implementation Bureau
President of the ICAO Council
ICAO Secretary General
History of ICAO
History of ICAO and the Chicago Convention
Student-focused activities at ICAO
The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is a United Nations agency which helps 193 countries to cooperate together and share their skies to their mutual benefit.
Since it was established in 1944, ICAO’s support and coordination has helped countries to diplomatically and technically realize a uniquely rapid and dependable network of global air mobility, connecting families, cultures, and businesses all over the world, and promoting sustainable growth and socio-economic prosperity wherever aircraft fly.
As it enters a new era of digitization, and of incredible new flight and propulsion innovations, air transport is relying more than ever on ICAO’s expert support and technical and diplomatic guidance to help chart a new and exciting future for international flight. ICAO is innovating itself to answer this call, and expanding its partnerships among UN and technical stakeholders to deliver a strategic global vision and effective, sustainable solutions.
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