The material contained in this document represents acombination of inputs from a number of professionalairline and air traffic control sources, and is written fromthe perspective of
“aviation professional to aviationprofessional”.Some airlines, pilots, engineers, dispatchers, andcontrollers may already be practicing thesetechniques. Others may have evaluated them andassessed that they are not suitable in their environment.IATA encourages you to review the material, toevaluate whether or not the noted procedurescould be safely applied in your area, and toprovide suggestions or share additional materialaimed at further enhancing professionalawareness of the critical importance of fuelconservation.
This guidance material is providedto allow airlines to identify potential areas for fueland environmental efficiency, and is not meant toimply that any action should be taken until further research has been undertaken, appropriate riskand safety evaluation conducted, regulatoryauthority obtained, and relevant airline policies,practices, or documentation amended
Guidance Material and Best Practices for Fuel and Environmental ManagementRef. No:
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