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Scheduled to be completed by the end of 2021, the renovation of Vilnius Airport's taxiways and apron is part of the airport's reconstruction programme.
As aviation experiences an all-time low, ICCAN has proposed to use the unique opportunity to address aviation noise once services begin to increase post COVID-19.
In partnership with LVNL, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has developed a joint programme of measures to reduce noise emissions caused by air traffic.
ICCAN will work with NatCen to develop a new attitudinal noise survey by the end of September 2020, with the first to be conducted before the end of 2021.
Charges for unscheduled flights arriving and departing from the airport between 23:30 and 06:00 will be five times greater than daytime charges.
By introducing the Performance Based Navigation concept, ACI World and CANSO’s guidance outlines its use as an effective noise mitigation technique.
Following its review of the 2014 Survey of Noise Attitudes, ICCAN has recommended that new research is undertaken to examine attitudes to aviation noise.
Today, we consider annoyance as the most obvious reaction to aviation noise, says Marius Nicolescu, Secretary General of Airport Regions Council. With the clear indication that air travel is continuing to rise, global passenger numbers expected to double by 2037 and communities becoming more vocal about noise impact, airports need…
Possible environmental impacts of the Draft Master Plan have been brought to attention by the Mayor of Newham in an open letter to London City Airport.
ICCAN Head Commissioner, Robert Light, speaks of his ambition to ensure aviation noise is an important consideration within the industry’s future growth plans.
ACI and CANSO believe noise discussions and solutions are more effective when developed using community feedback.
Over £1 million has been invested by Gatwick to improve the monitoring and reporting of aircraft noise since 2018.
For the latest instalment in our Sustainability Series, Emanuel Fleuti, Head of Environmental Services of Zurich Airport, tells us how the airport is doing its bit for the environment; from solar panels and water wastage, to electric airside vehicles and biodiversity.