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The United Nations (UN) International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has launched the Aviation Innovation Competitions and is looking for ideas, concepts, and prototypes from the next generation of aviation innovators.
The three competitions, managed by ICAO and supported by Transport Canada, commemorate the agency’s 75th anniversary this year. Participants will be highlighted on ICAO’s digital content platforms, and global winners in each category will win grand prizes of $1,000, $2,000 and $5,000. The global winner of the prototypes competition will also win a trip to Montreal, Que., to receive their award.
Submissions from elementary students, high school students and young adults must be uploaded by June 30, 2019. You can learn more about each competition and age group and upload your submission at: https://www4.icao.int/futureaviation.
“Canada is proud of its long-standing relationship with ICAO as Host State, and as an active member of the ICAO Council,” said The Honourable Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport. “Throughout 2019, we join ICAO and its other Member States in celebrating flight and the crucial importance of air connectivity worldwide. On this special milestone of its 75th anniversary, I am pleased to support ICAO’s Aviation Innovation Competitions and I encourage all young Canadians to apply.”
- Proudly hosted by Canada in Montreal, ICAO was created in 1944 to promote the safe and orderly development of international civil aviation throughout the world.
- ICAO sets standards and regulations necessary for aviation safety, security, efficiency, capacity and environmental protection, amongst many other priorities.
- Canada is one of 193 Member States and is also a member of the 36-member ICAO Council.