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‘Aviation Carbon 2017’ was the leading international aviation and carbon event in 2017 open to all airlines and aircraft operators from around the world, regardless of their size or location or any membership of any aviation association. Participating airlines / aircraft operators and their stakeholders were able to get fully up to speed on the status and potential impacts of the upcoming major ICAO CORSIA global emissions scheme, and anticipated EU ETS revisions. There were presentations and discussion panel by leading industry and other experts, including the attendance of Competent Authorities.

The following organisations and companies attended, with 1 or more delegates representing them:

ACI EUROPE
ACT Commodities
Adria Airways
Air Arabia Maroc
Air BP
Air Hamburg
Air Madagascar
Air Transat
Air Transport Action Group (ATAG)
AirAsia
Airbus
Airlines for America (A4A)
Airport Operators Association
AitherCO2
Amiri Flight Qatar
APX
Arab Air Carriers’ Organization (AACO)
Arik Air
Arup
Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA)
Atlantic Airways
Austrian Airlines
Aviation Environment Federation (AEF)
Avocet Risk Management
Azerbaijan Airlines
Belavia-Belarusian Airlines
Boeing
BP
Bristow Helicopters
British Airways
Carbon Clear
Carbon Market Watch
Carbon Pulse
Carbon Reporter
Cathay Pacific
CBL Markets
CH2M
CHC Helicopter
Climate Markets & Investment Association
Climate Neutral Group
ClimateCare
ClimateWorks
EBRD
Ecoeye Co.
Ecosphere+
Emirates Airline
Energy Intelligence
Environmental Defense Fund
ERM CVS
ETSverification
EUROCONTROL
European Business Aviation Association
European Commission, DG CLIMA
European Parliament
European Regions Airline Association
First Climate
FlightGlobal
Foundation myclimate
French Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC)
Fronesys
Fulcrum BioEnergy
Georgian Airways
Global Environmental Markets (GEM)
Global Jet Luxembourg
Global Sustainability Experts
Green Aviation
GreenAir Online
Hardeman Consulting
Heathrow Airport
IATA
Iberia
Icelandair Group
IETA
International Airlines Group (IAG)
International Jet Management
Jeppesen
Jet Aviation Business Jets
Kalitta Air
Kenya Airways
London School of Economics
Luxair
Manchester Metropolitan University
Middle East Airlines
National University of Public Service
NATS
NetJets Aviation
Nova Airlines
Numerco
Omni Air International
Onur Air
OpenAirlines
OpenSkies
Pakistan International Airlines
Portugalia Airlines
Qatar Airways
Reals Reporting
Rockwell Collins
Rocky Montain Institute
Rolls-Royce
Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB)
Royal Jordanian Airlines
Saudi Arabian Airlines
SENASA
Shell
SIA Primera Air Nordic
Silk Way West Airlines
SkyNRG
SkyWork Airlines
Small Planet Airlines
Star Air
Statkraft UK
Swan Energy
TAG Aviation (UK)
TAG Aviation Europe
TDR Energy -Romanian Carbon Association
Thai Airways International
The Nature Conservancy
Thomas Cook
Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia
Transport & Environment
TUEV NORD Umweltschutz
UK Department for Transport
Ukraine Air Alliance
UNFCCC
United Airlines
VCS
VERIFAVIA
Vertis Environmental Finance
Vienna International Airport
Vietnam Airlines
Virgin Atlantic
VistaJet
Volga-Dnepr Airlines
Winrock International
World Trade Aircraft Leasing
WWF-UK
Note: this list indicates organisations attending

AC17. Each of them sent 1 or several delegates,

reaching a total of almost 200 attendees.