ICAO Asia and Pacific Regional Office

ICAO Asia and Pacific Regional Office ICAO's Asia and Pacific (APAC) Regional Office is accredited to 38 contracting States The Asia and Pacific Office was established in Melbourne, Australia in 1948 as Far East & Pacific Office.

The Office was relocated to Bangkok, Thailand in 1955 and renamed as Asia and Pacific Office (APAC) in 1980. The APAC Office is accredited to 38 contracting States, and maintains liaison with 1 Non-Contracting State, two Special Administrative Regions of China and 13 other Territories. The Asia/Pacific Region covers vast airspace, with 50 Flight Information Regions. The primary role of the APAC Office is to foster the planning and implementation by the States of the ICAO provisions: International Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs), Procedures for Air Navigation Services (PANS) and Regional Air Navigation Planning, for the safety, security and efficiency of air transport. The diversity of the APAC Region as reflected in the different levels of air navigation system development and implementation of aviation security provisions, coupled with continued air traffic growth posed a major challenge. The attainment of safe, secure and environmental friendly air transportation across the Region will require a strong commitment and close collaboration amongst States, the aviation industry, and safety/security partners to ensure integrity, capacity building and support for ICAO initiatives. The APAC Office pledges its support to stakeholders and will continue its efforts to oversee the highest levels of aviation achievement in the Region.

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The ICAO Regional Accident Investigation Workshop (Asia and Pacific Regions) and Eighth Meeting of the Asia Pacific Acci...
28/10/2020

The ICAO Regional Accident Investigation Workshop (Asia and Pacific Regions) and Eighth Meeting of the Asia Pacific Accident Investigation Group (APAC-AIG/8) was conducted via video teleconferencing from 20 to 21 October 2020.

The Workshop/Meeting was attended by 138 participants from 27 APAC States/Administrations, i.e. Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong China, Macao China, France, India, Indonesia, Japan, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Russia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United States, and 5 International Organizations, i.e. Airbus, Boeing, IATA, ICAO and IFALPA. The Meeting was shared the practice and experience in employing a risk-based analysis approach to the classification of serious incidents using a simplified version of the Aviation Risk Management Solution (ARMS) event risk classification (ERC) matrix amongst APAC States/Administrations.

Join the lineup of eminent panelists who will be sharing their expert perspectives on:The AVIATION - PUBLIC HEALTH Exper...
27/10/2020

Join the lineup of eminent panelists who will be sharing their expert perspectives on:
The AVIATION - PUBLIC HEALTH Experts' Roundtable:
Future of Aviation: Facing the New Normal with COVID-19
Dates: 4 November 2020
Times: 10.00 - 12.00 hrs. Bangkok Time (UTC+7)
Registration Link: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_ZGE4NDIwZDktNTgyNy00Yzc5LTk3ZDEtMGQ0ZjAwM2UxNGVm%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%22e6093642-fb63-48bb-8683-d1d5da2a12ea%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22fb630077-151a-41ea-a011-7de81b553a7f%22%7d

The Seminar on Air Traffic Management Automation System and The First Meeting of Asia/Pacific Air Traffic Management Aut...
16/10/2020

The Seminar on Air Traffic Management Automation System and The First Meeting of Asia/Pacific Air Traffic Management Automation System Task Force (APAC ATM AS TF/1) will take place as the Video Teleconferencing on 27 October 2020 and 28-30 October 2020, respectively.
The Expected Outcomes: It is to review, identify and address major issues in technical, operational, safety and regulatory aspects to facilitate the implementation or provision of safe, efficient and orderly ATM services by the enhancement of ATM automation system, encourage collaboration among ANSPs to reduce operating costs and enable quick implementation of new requirements to cope with challenges.
More Information: https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2020-ATMAS-TF1.aspx

You are invited to join:COVID-19-Related ATM Economics Seminar8 October 2020Time: 0300 UTC – 0600 UTC (10:00 AM – 1:00 P...
23/09/2020

You are invited to join:
COVID-19-Related ATM Economics Seminar
8 October 2020
Time: 0300 UTC – 0600 UTC (10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Bangkok Time)

Please register not later than 05 October 2020

Registration Link: https://events.icao.int/event-details?campaignID=8EAD0E9C-31EC-EA11-80F3-001DD8B71C70
More information: https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2020-COVID-19-ATM-Seminar.aspx
*Please note that government officials having responsibility for State financial policy and planning for ANS provision during the post-pandemic recovery of the aviation industry are strongly encouraged to participate.

SIGN UP for:ICAO/AAWHG Wildlife Hazards Management WebinarCo-organised with Australian Aviation Wildlife Hazard Group (A...
11/09/2020

SIGN UP for:
ICAO/AAWHG Wildlife Hazards Management Webinar

Co-organised with Australian Aviation Wildlife Hazard Group (AAWHG), this webinar addresses the needs for continuous wildlife hazard management awareness among CAAs and aerodrome operators in the APAC region.

Online registration (by 20 Sep 2020) - https://events.icao.int/event-details?campaignID=DEDA0F25-25E1-EA11-80F3-001DD8B71C70
More details about the webinar - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2020-WHM-Webinar.aspx

SUBJECT: Preferential Pricing on ICAO online courses for Least Developed Countries (LDCs)To support the Least Developed ...
27/08/2020

SUBJECT: Preferential Pricing on ICAO online courses for Least Developed Countries (LDCs)

To support the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) in enhancing their ICAO training activities, ICAO will be implementing a 50% price for aviation professionals from LDCs and for a select number of ICAO online courses. This initiative will be valid during the month of September 2020.

To benefit from this promotion, kindly visit the dedicated webpage containing pricing and registration procedures at: https ://www.icao.int/training/Pages/LCD.aspx or contact the ICAO Global Aviation Training section directly at: [email protected].

In light of the ICAO CART Report Recommendation 10, ICAO APAC Office with the support of the Air Transport Bureau of ICA...
13/08/2020

In light of the ICAO CART Report Recommendation 10, ICAO APAC Office with the support of the Air Transport Bureau of ICAO HQ organised the “APAC Regional Webinar on Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Civil Aviation and the Financial Alleviation Measures”. In addition the Asian Development Bank provided some insights and perspectives on COVID-19 Economic Impact and associated financial response packages. Approximately 200 participants from States/Administrations, International Organizations and aviation industry attended this Webinar.

The presentations are available on the APAC website at https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2020-RSO-econimpact.aspx .

Asia/Pacific National Air Navigation Plan SeminarThe ICAO Asia/Pacific Office’s National Air Navigation Plan (NANP) Semi...
05/08/2020

Asia/Pacific National Air Navigation Plan Seminar

The ICAO Asia/Pacific Office’s National Air Navigation Plan (NANP) Seminar was conducted by video teleconference on 31 July 2020. The event had 170 registered participants from 28 States and six International Organizations (Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Hong Kong China, Macau China, Fiji, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Lao PDR, Maldives, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Republic of Korea, Singapore, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United States, Viet Nam, ACI, CANSO, IATA, IFAIMA, IFATCA and ICAO).

The Seminar discussed the global and regional air navigation planning framework, with its emphasis on interoperability and harmonization. Participants had the opportunity to learn from examples of NANP development and to ask questions about overcoming barriers to whole-of-government planning, and the use of NANP templates. ICAO also had an opportunity to be updated on the challenges faced by States to address aerodrome and air navigation services – especially in view of the COVID-19 pandemic’s consequences.

The ICAO Asia/Pacific Office’s National Air Navigation Plan (NANP) Seminar will be conducted by video teleconference on ...
31/07/2020

The ICAO Asia/Pacific Office’s National Air Navigation Plan (NANP) Seminar will be conducted by video teleconference on 31 July 2020. There are 170 registered participants from 28 States and six International Organizations.

The Seminar will discuss the global and regional air navigation planning framework. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from examples of NANP development and to ask questions about overcoming barriers to whole-of-government planning and the use of NANP templates. ICAO will also have an opportunity to be updated on the challenges faced by States in this area.
https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2020-NANP-Seminar.aspx

A farewell message from APAC Regional Director to Mr. Li Peng, our CNS Regional Officer on the occasion of his retiremen...
31/07/2020

A farewell message from APAC Regional Director to Mr. Li Peng, our CNS Regional Officer on the occasion of his retirement in July 2020.
Mr. Li Peng has been serving in ICAO APAC for 23 years as the CNS Expert. ICAO APAC and the Member States are grateful for his efforts and contributions to the civil aviation especially in the Asia and the Pacific regions. We regret to bid farewell to him but wishing him all success in his future endeavours and the happy retirement.

Dear Li Peng,
I would like to convey our deep gratitude for your 23 years of impeccable service to ICAO APAC office as well as the member States. Your excellent rapport with all the staff of the Regional office would be remembered for a long time. We are equally sad at your departure as we will certainly miss your smiling presence in the office. I would like to assure you that you will always be received in the Office as a part of our team whenever you come to visit Bangkok. Our best wishes to you for a healthy and wonderful second phase of your life.
Best Regards
Arun

The 13th Meeting (Special) of the Collaborative Arrangement for the Prevention and Management of Public Health Events in...
16/07/2020

The 13th Meeting (Special) of the Collaborative Arrangement for the Prevention and Management of Public Health Events in Civil Aviation Asia Pacific (13 CAPSCA-AP (SP)) - “Harmonized Implementation of CART Take-off Guidance for air travel through COVID-19” was conducted on 16 Jul 2020. The meeting was attended by 126 participants from APAC Member States, Industries, UN Agencies, International Organizations and APAC Regional Office.

The meeting was conducted in close collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) and participation of the public health authorities. It focused on enhancing awareness on the various risk mitigation considerations described in the four modules in the CART Take-off Guidance Document to reduce the public health risk to air passengers and aviation workers to help restart of aviation system and provided the opportunity to discuss the common challenges and issues identified by the APAC States.

The Second COVID-19 Information Sharing Teleconference Session with APAC CAA DirectorOn 19 June 2020, ICAO Asia and Paci...
19/06/2020

The Second COVID-19 Information Sharing Teleconference Session with APAC CAA Director

On 19 June 2020, ICAO Asia and Pacific (APAC) Office, Bangkok, Thailand, hosted CISSAD2020/2 – the Second, high-level, COVID-19 Information Sharing Session (web-conference) with APAC Director Generals of Civil Aviation (DGCAs). 80 participants from 28 Member States and 6 International Organisations participated in the web-conference. Today’s second such, high-level, information sharing session provided the APAC DGCAs with the opportunity to review collectively the ICAO Council Aviation Recovery Taskforce (CART) Report and the progress of the APAC Region’s own COVID-19 Contingency Recovery and Planning Group (ACCRPG), which is assisting DGCAs with coordinating their approach to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and promoting implementation of the CART Report recommendations and guideline modules by States in the APAC Region.

ICAO Secretary General, Dr. Fang Liu in her opening remarks to the meeting strongly encouraged the APAC States with similar levels of recovery status employ the CART guidance to pursue the re-establishment of specific routes or ‘travel bubbles’, and that they monitor and report back to the ACCRPG on all applicable lessons learned to aid their neighbouring States.

ICAO’s Air Transport Bureau, used the opportunity, to provide the APAC DGCAs with an overview of the economic impact of COVID-19 on civil aviation as well as showcased ICAO’s tools enabling States to monitor the evolving impact and outlined the array of relief measures available to States which are in line with the CART Recommendation (10) on economic and financial measures.

Meeting presentations are available on : https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2020-CISSAD2.aspx

Bidding Farewell from APAC Regional Office to Mr. Michiel Vreedenburgh, CTA COSCAP-SEA through video teleconferencing. H...
12/06/2020

Bidding Farewell from APAC Regional Office to Mr. Michiel Vreedenburgh, CTA COSCAP-SEA through video teleconferencing. He will resume his same position in the Air Navigation Bureau at the headquarters, Montreal. We appreciate his great contribution to the Member States in SEA and APAC regions and wish him all the best!

Video Teleconferencing with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)On 5 June 2020, ICAO APAC Office had a video teleconfer...
10/06/2020

Video Teleconferencing with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

On 5 June 2020, ICAO APAC Office had a video teleconferencing with wildlife experts of FAA. Topics including the submission of wildlife strike reports to ICAO and future events on wildlife hazards management were discussed.

The Fifth Meeting of the ICAO Asia/Pacific Search and Rescue Working Group (APSAR/WG/5) has been conducted via Video Tel...
09/06/2020

The Fifth Meeting of the ICAO Asia/Pacific Search and Rescue Working Group (APSAR/WG/5) has been conducted via Video Teleconferencing (VTC) from 09 to 11 June 2020. The meeting has been attended by 109 participants from 27 States and 2 International Organizations. The meeting provides updates on the global SAR Status, progress of COSPAS-SARSAT, GADSS preparation, Regional e-ANP with respect to SRRs, and SAR capability status reports. In addition, Mr. Tai Kit of Singapore was nominated and duly re-elected as the Chair of APSAR/WG.

Congratulations to Mr. Tai Kit for his re-election as the APSAR/WG chairperson.
For more information, please visit https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2020-APSAR-WG5.aspx

09/06/2020

ICAO has issued the States Letter concerning a report of the Council’s Aviation Recovery Task Force (CART) and its annexed guidance document Take-off: Guidance for Air Travel through the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis, which aim at restarting the international air transport system and aligning its global recovery.
Please find the States Letter at:https://www.icao.int/APAC/COVID19%20BCP/SL20.67.EN.pdf

ICAO - International Civil Aviation Organization
05/06/2020

ICAO - International Civil Aviation Organization

NEWS RELEASE: The ICAO Council adopted a new report and recommendations today aimed at RESTARTING the international air transport system and aligning its global recovery. Find out about it RIGHT NOW - https://bit.ly/3cnbjvl

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The ICAO APAC Office convened the First meeting of the ICAO APAC COVID-19 Contingency and Recovery Planning Group (ACCRP...
05/06/2020

The ICAO APAC Office convened the First meeting of the ICAO APAC COVID-19 Contingency and Recovery Planning Group (ACCRPG/1) Web-Conference, on 5 June 2020. The meeting was participated by 87 participants from Asia Pacific States/Administrations and Organizations. The APAC Office took the opportunity to promote and disseminate the ICAO COUNCIL AVIATION RECOVERY TASK FORCE (CART) Report to address the urgent need for a harmonized guidance across the civil aviation sector to cope with the challenges faced by States and the civil aviation industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The ACCRPG would coordinate work and assist States with the implementation of the ICAO CART’s work including the Take-off: Guidance for Air Travel through the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis.
The meeting elected Mr. Jim Wolfe, General Manager, Aviation Industry Policy, Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications Australia and Mr. Conrad Clifford, Regional Vice President Asia Pacific IATA, as Co-chairs. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) represented by Dr. Patrick L. Osewe, the Chief of the Health Sector Group, presented on ADB’s Financial strategy and support to Travel, Tourism and the Aviation Industry including some best practices for COVID-19 Response and potential areas for cooperation.
For more information and meeting documentation please visit: https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2020-ACCRPG1.aspx

>>> The Second Meeting of Asia/Pacific Wildlife Hazards Management Working Group (AP-WHM WG/2)
29/05/2020

>>> The Second Meeting of Asia/Pacific Wildlife Hazards Management Working Group (AP-WHM WG/2)

On 21 May 2020 ICAO APAC Office had organized a Webinar on the Implementation of the New Global Reporting Format for Run...
26/05/2020

On 21 May 2020 ICAO APAC Office had organized a Webinar on the Implementation of the New Global Reporting Format for Runway Surface Conditions. The Webinar was attended by 79 participants from five Pacific Islands States, eight COSCAP Member States, COSCAPSEA, PASO and concerned ICAO APAC Officials. The purpose of the Webinar was to increase an awareness of all stakeholders in advance of the November 5, 2020 applicability date of the new ICAO methodology for assessing and reporting runway surface conditions. This new ICAO methodology, which is commonly known as GRF ensures a harmonized assessment and reporting of runway surface conditions and a correspondingly improved flight crew assessment of aircraft take-off and landing performance.

Mr. Mahyuddin Bin Sajuri, Deputy Director, Aerodrome Standards, CAA Malaysia as a GRF Expert , delivered the presentations on “GRF for Runway Surface Conditions – CAA Malaysia’s Moving Forward” and “GRF-RCR & Runway Inspector Programme – the CAA Malaysia Perspective”. The Webinar was moderated by Dr. Punya Raj Shakya, Regional Officer, Aerodromes and Ground Aids, ICAO APAC Office, Bangkok.

The presentations of the Webinar are available at https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meetings/Pages/2020-GRF.aspx.

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