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TIACA invites the industry to submit their nominees for the 2024 Hall of Fame Award

TIACA invites the industry to submit their nominees for the 2024 Hall of Fame Award

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) would like to invite the industry to submit their nominations for the 2024 Hall of Fame.

TIACA’s Hall of Fame recognizes air cargo professionals who play a vital role in the progress of aviation and have helped to shape and grow the industry.

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TIACA therefore seek  2024 Hall of Fame nominees who have:

  • demonstrated an innovative spirit;
  • displayed outstanding leadership;
  • and contributed greatly to the development of the air cargo industry.

“The Hall of Fame is the most prestigious award in the industry and highlights the ingenuity and passion that leaders must display to inspire others and push our industry forward. We are constantly looking for people within the industry that fit the profile but we definitely need help identifying them, so we turn to you, the industry. We look forward to seeing you nominate.” Steven Polmans, TIACA Chair.

All nominations should be received by August 30th, 2024. The nominations received will be reviewed by TIACA’s Executive Committee. The Executive Committee will select three finalists for review and final selection by the Chairman’s Council. The selected nominee will be officially inducted into the Hall of Fame during the Air Cargo Forum 2024, November 11-14, 2024.

“We are proud to organize this award year after year and we rely on the industry to identify those that would qualify for the Hall of Fame Award. We welcome all nominations for those who have made huge impacts within the industry and look forward to inducting an industry legend during the ACF. In particular we would welcome nominations reflecting the entire industry, which has included some incredible men and women.  We ask that nominations be submitted by August 30th, 2024.” Glyn Hughes, TIACA Director General.

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