Aviation provides the only high-speed global transportation network essential to global business, which in turn facilitates international trade and tourism, generates economic growth, and creates jobs.
Taking the lead in sustainable success, governments, aviation authorities and aviation stakeholders must respond positively and timely to transitions and trends in the aviation sector.
To achieve it, high level decision-makers in the Caribbean Netherlands must jointly support each other and establish a synergistic cooperation initiative to critically monitor economic, environmental, and societal impacts of civil aviation with emphasis on emerging issues of local, national, regional, and global importance to achieve sustainability in ensuring a high and uniform level of safety and economic growth.
We should monitor and focus on transitions and trends to proactively plan and implement policies and actions to ensure safe, secure, successful growth, and expansion. Which is of utmost importance to prevent stagnation, inappropriate and contradictory decision-making that hinders the growth prospects and keeping pace with innovation in the aviation sector.
It is striking that in addition to electric flying, a new cost-effective development and investment is taking place in flying on hydrogen. A project supported by the Dutch government, and just like the electric flying project, cross-pollination is possible!!!!
The Director of the regional development agency InnovationQuarter, Rinke Zonneveld, announced.
"We are going to accelerate the greening of aviation. With flying on hydrogen, the Dutch aviation industry will once again lead the way."
Our minister responsible for the Ministry of Economic Development, Mr. Ruisandro Cijntje, also expressed his view on how hydrogen can play a key role in the consumption of commercial, residential, industrial and transportation sectors as a clean, abundant, dependable, and affordable source of energy reducing carbon emissions from energy production.
In short, the aviation industry is evolving at a fast pace, traditional practices may make it impossible to keep up with the aviation industry in the future. Therefore, we must:
Improve and illustrate best practices in civil aviation management and oversight.
Advance core missions of safety and security and proactively address key emerging issues.
Develop innovative partnerships with a wider range of stakeholders.
Show that requirements of a broader range of donors are satisfied, to tap into additional funding sources.
"With this article, PMC Global Aviation aims to fortify innovation in aviation leadership in the transition to a clean energy economy."
The aim of this innovative approach is not only to help maximize local benefits within a limited budget, but it should also help attract funding needed for capacity building and technical support to enable and ensure effective implementation that no country is left behind.