請支持臺灣加入國際民航組織
Support Taiwan’s Meaningful Participation in the International Civil Aviation Organization

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請支持臺灣加入國際民航組織

臺灣為與國際安全標準接軌,積極推動參與國際民航組織,多年來亦與世界各國齊力提升全球航空運輸服務及經濟水準。相信臺灣的參與可為國際民航運輸帶來更緊密的合作與發展,達到國際民航組織所追求之全球飛安無縫的目標。

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中華民國臺灣 交通部部長 賀陳旦

臺灣在全球航空網絡不可或缺。臺灣位處東亞空運最忙碌的地區,臺灣桃園國際機場在國際機場協會(ACI) 2015年之國際客貨運量排名全球第11名及第6名,是東亞最繁忙的國際機場之一,2015年74家航空公司在臺營運,經營301條定期客運及貨運航線,連結全球135個城市。臺灣所轄之「臺北飛航情報區」2015年提供約153萬架次的飛航管制服務,服務超過5,800萬人次之旅客,已成為全球空運網絡不可或缺的一環。

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持續實踐國際民航組織飛安無縫的目標。40多年來臺灣的民航主管機關不論在時效、經費及運作上,都比各國付出更多的努力和成本,力求建立符合國際民航組織要求的飛安及航空保安標準。由於國際民航組織所關注的飛航安全、飛航服務、航空保安、環境保護、航空經濟等各項議題,均須世界各國共同緊密合作,以因應所面臨的多元化挑戰。臺灣實有參與國際民航組織之必要。

臺灣之參與有賴國際的持續支持。多年來,透過歐、美及友我國家的認同與支持,臺灣終於2013年受邀參與ICAO第38屆大會。臺灣盼能再度專業、有貢獻參與國際民航組織會議、機制及活動。身為國際社會之一員,我們有保障區域及全球航空安全之責任,並為全球民用航空發展及人類福祉盡一份力量。另臺灣亦將不吝與他國分享我國在民航產業之發展經驗與專業知能,以共同追求安全、有秩序及永續的國際民航發展。

2016年9月 15 日
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Calling on the International Community to Support Taiwan’s Meaningful Participation in the International Civil Aviation Organization

Ho Chen Tan
Minister of Transportation and Communications
Republic of China (Taiwan)

September 15, 2016

To align with international aviation safety standards, Taiwan has actively strived to gain participation in the International Civil Aviation Organization. Indeed, for many years, Taiwan has worked with other countries around the globe to improve the quality and efficiency of international air services. Taiwan’s participation in ICAO would lead to closer cooperation in the international civil aviation industry and boost its development, thereby contributing to the ICAO goal of achieving a safe and seamless sky. 

Integral part of the global aviation network

Taiwan is located in the busiest section of airspace in East Asia. In 2015, Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport was ranked 11th and sixth in the world in passenger and cargo volumes, respectively, according to the Airports Council International. In the same year, 74 airlines offered services to and from Taiwan, operating scheduled passenger and cargo flights on 301 routes and connecting 135 cities around the world. And the Taipei Flight Information Region—administered by Taiwan—provided over 1.53 million instances of air traffic control services and handled 58 million incoming and outgoing passengers in 2015, serving as an indispensable part of the global air transport network.

Contributing to the ICAO goal of achieving a seamless sky

For over four decades, Taiwan’s civil aviation authorities, whether in terms of effort or investment, have outdone their counterparts in many other countries in striving to meet flight safety and security regulations set by ICAO. Air safety, navigation, security, environmental protection, and economic matters are of great concern to ICAO, and related challenges must be tackled through close cooperation among all countries. As such, Taiwan’s meaningful participation in ICAO is a necessity.

The need for continued international support

Following many years of effort, Taiwan was invited to attend the 38th ICAO Assembly in 2013 thanks to the support of European nations, the United States, and other friendly countries. Taiwan aims to continue to participate in the meetings, mechanisms, and activities of ICAO in a professional and constructive manner. As a member of the international community, Taiwan shares in the responsibility of safeguarding regional and global aviation safety and is committed to contributing to the further development of global aviation and the wellbeing of all mankind. Taiwan will continue to share its civil aviation experience and expertise with other nations, so as to jointly ensure the safe, orderly, and sustainable development of the international civil aviation industry.[vc_row][vc_column]

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