CORSIA monitoring starts January 1. But you don’t need to worry. We’ve got a simple, turnkey solution for you that takes care of it all. And EU-ETS and CH-ETS are also included.

  • Unlimited consultation with our Global Regulatory Services team, providing expert guidance and support
  • Access to our online emissions monitoring system—with automatic capture of flight data for trips through Universal® Trip Support and uvGO.
  • Comprehensive administrative support for all three schemes
  • Additional support for Reporting, Verification, and Carbon Trading

Discuss with our Global Regulatory Experts.

SUPPORT FOR ALL THREE AVIATION EMISSION SCHEMES

CORSIA - Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation

CORSIA

ICAO’s Global Emissions Scheme requiring ALL aircraft operators to monitor their emissions on ALL international flights beginning 1 January 2019.

EU-ETS

A mandatory regulation requiring all non-commercial operators who travel into, out of, and between EU Member States, EEA Counties, and applicable EU Territories to monitor their CO2 flight emissions—and purchase/ surrender carbon offsets based on their activity.

CH-ETS (Swiss-ETS)

A mandatory regulation beginning in 2018 for operators that reported for EU-ETS in 2016. Applicable to flights between Switzerland—European Economic Area (EEA) and Intra-Switzerland, beginning 2018.

PRICING

Monitoring & Unlimited Consultation

$1,250 per year
(priced per operator)

Reporting and Verification

(as required)

Annual Report validation and submission
Accredited 3rd-Party Verification
(CORSIA, EU-ETS, CH-ETS)

Ask for details.

Carbon Trading

Account setup and management
Carbon credit procurement

Ask for details.

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