What is it?

State Action Plans are voluntary planning and reporting tools for States to communicate information on their activities to address CO2 emissions from international civil aviation to ICAO.

It is a living document and should be updated at least every three years.
For States, establishing a state action plan means an opportunity to identify measures that will improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions.
As for ICAO, it allows them to assess the future progress towards the achievement of ICAO global aspirational goals. 

Why was it introduced?

SCAA is responsible for the development of the State Action Plan because it has the mandate to represent Seychelles for the International Civil Aviation Organization. 




April 2021 - Seychelles secured assistance from the International Civil Aviation Organisation ESAF Regional Office to develop its State Action Plan.

September 2021 - SCAA received confirmation of capacity building assistance under the ICAO-EU Phase II programme.  


Our Partners

The development of a State Action Plan involved a National Action Plan Team (NAPT)

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Measures Identified

Feasibility Study of Sustainable Aviation Fuel

The Feasibility Study will determine whether SAFs would be economical and match with market demand as well as being congruent with government plans and policies. 

Our Address

Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority (SCAA)
Seychelles International Airport

Email: secretariat@scaa.sc
Telephone: +248 4684000

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