The Administration is working to build a net-zero sustainable aviation system by 2050 and is committed to making aviation cleaner, quieter, and more sustainable.
CAA, along with 77 other signatories, joined in a commitment to decarbonizing aviation, showing strong support for a new, long-term, technology – and feedstock-neutral tax incentive for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
CAA joined a group of aviation stakeholders in a letter to Congressional leaders in the Senate Commerce and House Transportation and Infrastructure Committees to share its priorities to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions in aviation.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) standards for certain types of aircraft. CAA supports the EPA’s position to move forward to harmonize with International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standards on GHG emissions, with some modifications.