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Carbon Offsetting Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA)

CORSIA

CORSIA, the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation, addresses the increase in total CO2 emissions from international aviation above 2020 levels. 

CORSIA’s obligations have already started. As of 1 January 2019, all carriers are required to report their CO2 emissions on an annual basis.

The aviation industry is committed to technology, operational and infrastructure advances to continue to reduce the sector's carbon emissions. Offsetting is not intended to replace these efforts. Nor would the CORSIA make fuel efficiency any less of a day-to-day priority. 

It is forecast that CORSIA will mitigate around 2.5 billion tonnes of CO2 and generate over USD 40 billion in climate finance between 2021 and 2035.

Download our factsheet on CORSIA (pdf) and our paper on aviation and carbon offsetting (pdf) for more detailed information.


About Support Workshops

CORSIA Workshops

In 2018, IATA conducted a series of workshops to help operators develop their CORSIA emissions monitoring plan and start the monitoring of emissions on 1 January 2019.  As we are committed to continuing to support operators throughout the different stages of compliance with CORSIA, in 2019, we will be holding a new series of workshops focused on emissions reports and verification.

The objective of the 2019 workshops is to help operators prepare for the verification of their emissions data and the submission of their emissions report. Through presentations and interactive group discussions, participants will go through the main requirements under CORSIA and identify potential risks related to the collection and reporting of fuel data. The workshops will also provide operators with information on the ICAO process and provide insight in IATA's FRED+ tool, a system developed by IATA to facilitate the reporting of emissions and minimize the associated administrative burden for both operators and administrating authorities.

Dates and locations

  • Buenos Aires, 12-13 June 2019, hosted by Aerolineas Argentinas
  • Nairobi, 18-19 June 2019, hosted by AFRAA
  • Panama City, 27-28 June 2019, hosted by Copa Airlines
  • Amman, 2-3 July 2019, organized in cooperation with AACO
  • Kuala Lumpur, 9-10 July 2019, hosted by the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia under the patronage of the Ministry of Transport of Malaysia
  • Astana, 16-17 July 2019
  • Moscow, 18-19 July 2019
  • New Delhi, 30-31 July 2019

Registration

Workshops are open to all aircraft operators and administrating authorities. Participation in the workshops is free of charge.

Please register for a workshop using this form.

Other stakeholders are invited to contact us at corsia@iata.org for more information.

Program

  • CORSIA: where are we? recent developments in ICAO; main challenges; and preparation for the ICAO Assembly.
  • Reporting of emissions: overview of requirements and responsibilities: the emissions monitoring plan, timelines for compliance. ICAO CERT and templates; overview of FRED+
  • Data requirements: overview of data requirements; addressing data gaps; FRED+ data vault and data input
  • Report generation and submission: format, internal audit, verification and order of magnitude check; report generation in FRED+
  • Verification: overview of verification requirements; engaging a verifier; interaction with the verifier and administrating authority in FRED+

1-day Fuel Efficiency workshops will be organized on 1 July 2019 in conjunction with the CORSIA workshop in Amman and on 1 August 2019 in conjunction with the CORSIA workshop in New Delhi. The Fuel Efficiency workshops will focus on fuel efficiency improvement & emission reduction initiatives in the areas of flight operations, flight dispatch, maintenance and engineering, commercial and ground handling, presenting industry best practices in fuel management.

More information

Please contact us at corsia@iata.org.

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