Vienna, 9 November 2018 – The Brexit outcome will be highly consequential for the future of air travel in Europe, as well as its impact on the regions which have an airport on their territories. This was one of the conclusions of the Airport Regions Conference (ARC) autumn assembly.
Presentation of Henrik Rothe, Senior Lecturer in Air Transport Management at the Cranfield University in the UK, on the aerial ropeways as alternative form of transport for airport access. It is an extract from the proceedings compiled as a follow-up of the event on airport access in November 2017 organised by Global AirRail Alliance and …
This extract from “Air cargo in airport regions” presents what can local communities do to support air cargo. It covers the following topics: Location criteria for the air cargo industry as well as new trends around airports and what can be done.
Presentation of Liam Henderson on the passenger experience through the air-rail interchange signage. It is an extract from the proceedings compiled as a follow-up of the event on airport access in November 2017 organised by Global AirRail Alliance and Airport Regions Conference.
During the European Parliament breakfast meeting, dedicated to the ANIMA Project, stakeholders explained the main goals of the project, the main issues on the noise management and the importance of ANIMA for the future implementation of European policies, related to noise emissions.
This extract from “Air cargo in airport regions” presents the impact of airport cargo on airport regions. It covers the following topics: jobs and connectivity as well as the environment.
ARC Member, the City of Vantaa, is organising a workshop to raise the international profile of its airport city, Aviapolis, on 30-31 August in Vantaa.
This press release is available in English and Spanish – please see below. Gava, 14 June 2018 The first encounter with local communities and other stakeholders took place in Gava, Spain, where yet another ANIMA dissemination event was organised. This event was hosted by the Municipality of Gava and its aim was to enhance stakeholder …
Stuttgart – 29 May 2018 – The first transnational learning meeting of the Landside Airports Accessibility (LAirA) project was held in Stuttgart, between 28-29 May. Two full days of productive meetings led to considerable progress on the elaboration of novel action plans, which aim to innovate low carbon mobility. Europe is gradually shifting towards a …
ANIMA stands for Aviation Noise Impact Management through Novel Approaches. The ANIMA project is a people-oriented research project. It aims at identifying and diffusing best practices to lower the noise annoyance endured by communities around airports. The project also makes an effort to better understand the non-acoustical factors which influence noise annoyance, but also to improve the quality of life of communities surrounding airports.