Historic MoU Signing Between JARUS official and The International Air Cargo Association TIACA

Paving the Way for Innovations in Unmanned Air Cargo

On June 21, Hao LIU Hao, Secretary General of JARUS, and Glyn H. Hughes, Director General of The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), signed a groundbreaking MoU.

The primary objective of the MoU is to strengthen cooperation between JARUS and TIACA, aiming to promote the contribution of unmanned aviation, specifically air cargo, to global economic and social development.

The signing of this MoU marks a historic moment and will pave the way for new milestones in the near future.

“JARUS is committed to developing recommendations for a harmonized and industry-friendly regulatory framework in collaboration with ICAO and other international organizations. This MoU with TIACA is crucial for integrating the needs and expertise of UAS cargo transportation, which is critical to enabling future innovative air mobility and services. We eagerly anticipate a productive collaboration with TIACA to further enhance our products in this field,” emphasized Giovanni Di Antonio, FRAeS, JARUS Chair.

“We were pleased to facilitate the signing of this important MoU. As the unmanned air cargo transport sector takes off throughout the world, we are excited to be at the forefront of the development of this vital sector,” stated Catalin Radu, Director General, Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan, and Vice Chair of JARUS.

“The cooperation between TIACA and JARUS marks a significant step forward in advancing commercial unmanned aviation, providing the global community with safe, secure, sustainable, and cost-effective cargo transportation. By working together, we will drive innovative air cargo transportation solutions, always prioritizing safety,” said LIU Hao, Secretary General of JARUS.

For more information from The International Air Cargo Association TIACA, please wait for the official News Release.

Special thanks to the leadership of Ms. Saltanat Tompiyeva, Chair of the Civil Aviation Committee of Kazakhstan, and Mr. Catalin Radu.

Thank you, Steven Polmans (Chair of TIACA), Glyn H. (Director General of TIACA), and the entire TIACA team for your efforts, help, and facilitation. We are ready for the next stage of cooperation and new success.

Big applause to the colleague’s Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan—you made this cooperation happen and succeeded.

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