ARC: a platform of excellence in knowledge sharing
ARC not only aims at exchanging information and sharing knowledge but also at gaining new insights in the airport planning process to support decision making. ARC is frequently producing studies and special reports on current and burning subjects, often as result of the work in the different project groups.
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Check our studies and reports in our Publications Catalogue.
Improving surface access to airports is a crucial aspect of handling expected air traffic growth that will put much pressure on Europe’s airports and the transport network that links the airports with city centres and their hinterland. It became clear that including the grievances of residents living nearby gateways is key. Combining an improved public acceptance with seamless travel and a good passenger experience will most definitely contribute to the preservation of the wider European integration project.
This paper was issued in the light of an event on air transport connectivity organised by ARC and hosted by Estonian Member of European Parliament (MEP) Urmas Paet on 5 December 2017 in the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium.
We increased our visibility by organising and attending several successful events, conferences and high-level meetings at the European institutions that attracted attention from key stakeholders in the European aviation scene. In the past year, our secretariat gained in capacity and we delivered a lot by letting our voice being heard in order to be included in Brussels’ positions. Our commitment confirmed once more our important position as an influencer in the European policy-making process.
Supporting the reduction of ultra-fine particles (UFPs) to the minimum is crucial to preserve a comfortable and healthy lifestyle for residents living in airport regions. Airport Regions Conference is the best-placed organisation to ensure sustainable future aviation policy that keeps these concerns in mind. We would be happy to see our contributed expertise and feedback being translated into additional tools to improve quality of life for our citizens.
Check out the latest achievements of the Airport Regions Conference: new members, new European projects, new communication strategy. We are proud to say that 2016 was a year of growth!
This study aims to deepen understanding of the air cargo industry. The main aspects discussed in this study are: how air cargo works and who are the main players; the main issues and trends air cargo has to face; the way air cargo impacts territories and local communities.
Take a look back at our achievements in 2015, amongst which we remark that great progress on noise regulation has been made and another EU project has been finalised.
This report presents the outcomes of the ARC Annual General Meeting, which took place in June 2015, in the Oslo – Akershus region. It was published in January 2016 and covers different environmental aspects, such as transportation challenges, air pollution, climate change and more.
These proceedings were compiled as a follow-up of the event organised by ARC on the 20th of November 2015. The purpose of the conference was to analyse the impact of the EU Regulation No 598/2014 on cities and regions.
The Quality of Life in Airport Regions (QLAIR) project was initiated in 2007 by the Province of Noord-Holland and the municipality of Haarlemmermeer. A group of airport regions, all members of the Airport Regions Conference (ARC), has completed a number of projects which resulted in recommendations for improving the quality of life for citizens in the region.