Published 24 April 2020



2020年4月,美国,华盛顿特区 —— 一项对利用空运走私野生物的查获案件的新分析指出,非法野生物贸易的范围辐射全球,包括逐年增加的机场区域。

报告《通往灭绝的跑道:航空运输部门下的野生物走私Runway to Extinction: Wildlife Trafficking in the Air Transport Sector》是由C4ADS(作为美国国际开发署的一部分)、濒危物种非法贩运(ROUTES)合作发布的,报告详细说明了走私分子在世界的每一个密集地区利用类似的交易方法和漏洞在航空运输部门下走私野生物以及其他非法物品。


Report author(s):
Mary Utermohlen

Publication date:
April 2020

About the ROUTES Partnership

The USAID Reducing Opportunities for Unlawful Transport of Endangered Species (ROUTES) Partnership brings together transport and logistics companies, government agencies, development groups, law enforcement, conservation organisations and donors to disrupt wildlife trafficking activities, and forms a key element of the concerted international response to addressing wildlife poaching and associated criminal activities worldwide. Further information and resources can be found at


The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is responsible for the majority of overseas development assistance from the United States Government and works to end extreme poverty and promote resilient, democratic societies while advancing security and prosperity for America and the world.

About C4ADS

C4ADS is a nonprofit organisation dedicated to providing data-driven analysis and evidence-based reporting on global conflict and transnational security issues.


TRAFFIC is a leading non-governmental organisation working to ensure that trade in wild species is legal and sustainable, for the benefit of the planet and people.

About IATA

IATA represents some 265 airlines comprising 83% of global air traffic. For more information, visit or follow@IATA2press

About ACI

Airports Council International (ACI), the trade association of the world’s airports, was founded in 1991 with the objective of fostering cooperation among its member airports and other partners in world aviation, including the International Civil Aviation Organization, the International Air Transport Association and the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation. In representing the best interests of airports during key phases of policy development, ACI makes a significant contribution toward ensuring the global air transport system is safe, secure, efficient and environmentally sustainable. As of January 2018, provisional figures show that ACI serves 641 members operating 1,953 airports in 176 countries. For more information, visit or follow @ACIWorld. For more information, visit or follow @ACIWorld