Goals and Targets


 Aspirational Safety Goal

The GASP contains an aspirational safety goal to achieve and maintain zero fatalities in commercial operations by 2030 and beyond. This goal is deemed "aspirational" as it represents an ambition of achieving an even safer aviation system. The year 2030 has been selected as the time frame for reaching this goal as it is when the traffic volume is forecasted to double. It is also the target year presented in the United Nations (UN) 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The GASP is aligned with the timelines of this agenda since the GASP goals contribute to the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

 GASP Goals

​A series of goals support the aspirational safety goal. The 2020-2022 edition of the GASP contains 6 goals:


GASP Targets

Each of the GASP goals contains specific targets. Targets are specific desired outcomes from the actions taken by States, regions and industry to achieve the goals, at a certain point of time:

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To look at each target, please click on the respective circle.

An update on the GASP goals, targets and status of targets as at 31 December 2020 can be found here.

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