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Plant for
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We at Strike Aviation are thrilled to align ourselves with the global initiative, Plant-for-the-Planet, aimed at restoring forest ecosystems to mitigate climate crisis and biodiversity loss. 

Their vision of protecting and expanding the world’s tree cover resonates with our values, and we are committed to playing our part in this noble cause.

Plant for the Planet

We at Strike Aviation are thrilled to align ourselves with the global initiative, Plant-for-the-Planet, aimed at restoring forest ecosystems to mitigate climate crisis and biodiversity loss. 

Their vision of protecting and expanding the world’s tree cover resonates with our values, and we are committed to playing our part in this noble cause. By uniting with Plant-for-the-Planet, we are hopeful for a greener and more sustainable future. 

Vision

Be the first Cargo GSSA to lead and inspire the industry to reduce its CO2 Footprint.

Mission

Strike Aviation Group reduces its economical footprint by the following steps.

Cooperation

Vision

Be the first Cargo GSSA to lead and inspire the industry to reduce its CO2 Footprint.

Mission

Strike Aviation Group reduces its economical footprint by the following steps.

PLANT FOR THE PLANET WITH STRIKE GROUP

We plant a tree for every shipment you send with us

PLANT FOR THE PLANET WITH STRIKE GROUP

We plant a tree for every
shipment you send with us

TIACA Announces Launch Customers for Ground Breaking BlueSky Sustainability Verification Program

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) announces the pioneering launch customers for the air cargo industry’s first multi-sector sustainability verification program.

Following the announcement of the launch of the BlueSky Program at the March Executive Summit, a successful pilot program was run with airline and ground handling companies.

The TIACA Blue Sky program, open to the entire industry, not just TIACA members, is now ready to launch live operations with the first wave of participants representing organizations from the airline, airport, ground handler and GSSA sectors.

  • Astral Aviation
  • Brussels Airport
  • CHI (Cargo Handling International)
  • Edmonton Int Airport
  • Etihad Cargo
  • HACTL
  • Schiphol Amsterdam Airport Cargo
  • Strike Aviation
  • Swissport

“We are very pleased to see such strong launch support from some world class innovative organizations. This program will enable all participants to assess where they are on their sustainability transformation journey which will collectively demonstrate the leadership of the air cargo industry in tackling this important topic.”

Phase 1 of the program is an evidenced based desktop verification process designed to assess the applicants progress against a number of critical sustainability criteria.
The 8 areas of assessment criteria include:

  • Decarbonization
  • Waste elimination
  • Biodiversity protection
  • Support for local economies and communities
  • Impact on society improvement (lives and well-being)
  • Efficiency and profitability (digitalization)
  • Employee engagement, retention and development
  • Partnership building

TIACA Announces Launch Customers for Ground Breaking BlueSky Sustainability Verification Program

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) announces the pioneering launch customers for the air cargo industry’s first multi-sector sustainability verification program.

Following the announcement of the launch of the BlueSky Program at the March Executive Summit, a successful pilot program was run with airline and ground handling companies.

The TIACA Blue Sky program, open to the entire industry, not just TIACA members, is now ready to launch live operations with the first wave of participants representing organizations from the airline, airport, ground handler and GSSA sectors.

  • Astral Aviation
  • Brussels Airport
  • CHI (Cargo Handling International)
  • Edmonton Int Airport
  • Etihad Cargo
  • HACTL
  • Schiphol Amsterdam Airport Cargo
  • Strike Aviation
  • Swissport

“We are very pleased to see such strong launch support from some world class innovative organizations. This program will enable all participants to assess where they are on their sustainability transformation journey which will collectively demonstrate the leadership of the air cargo industry in tackling this important topic.”

Phase 1 of the program is an evidenced based desktop verification process designed to assess the applicants progress against a number of critical sustainability criteria.
The 8 areas of assessment criteria include:

  • Decarbonization
  • Waste elimination
  • Biodiversity protection
  • Support for local economies and communities
  • Impact on society improvement (lives and well-being)
  • Efficiency and profitability (digitalization)
  • Employee engagement, retention and development
  • Partnership building

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