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Colloquium on Environmental Aspects of Aviation. A European Perspective on Noise Ingemar Skogö. April 9-11, 2001. Colloquium on Environmental Aspects of Aviation. Structure · Environmental context in Europe · Current policy and impact at our airports · Challenge for the future

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Colloquium on Environmental Aspects of Aviation

A European Perspective

on Noise

Ingemar Skogö

April 9-11, 2001

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Colloquium on Environmental Aspects of Aviation

Structure

· Environmental context in Europe

· Current policy and impact at our airports

· Challenge for the future

· Way forward

April 9-11, 2001

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Colloquium on Environmental Aspects of Aviation
  • Environmental context in Europe
  • · Population density
          • · Demands for air traffic and environmental protection
          • · Sustainable development of transport
          • · Action to tackle noise from all modes
          • · Measures on aircraft noise

April 9-11, 2001

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Colloquium on Environmental Aspects of Aviation
  • Current policy and impact at our airports 1
      • · ECAC goal stabilise or reduce numbers of people affected by
      • noise
      • · Measures from the “balanced programme” already used:
  • - follow ICAO standards
  • - noise abatement procedures widely applied
  • - land-use planning measures highly developed
  • - led to successfully negotiating agreement for Chapter 2 operating restrictions, and European industry has invested wisely in its future to deliver benefits
  • · Charging to provide additional incentives with common European framework developed, based on certification data

April 9-11, 2001

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Colloquium on Environmental Aspects of Aviation
  • Current policy and impact at our airports 2

· Achieved major reductions in size of noise contours and number of people affected

· Further improvements expected through to 2002;

·But growth in numbers of flights and number of passengers already difficult to accommodate

· Continuing demand for maintaining and improving environmental standards

April 9-11, 2001

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Colloquium on Environmental Aspects of Aviation

Challenge for the future 1

· Demand set to grow at 4% per annum · “Constraints to growth” study (2001) confirms critical position over airport capacity

· Benefits of Chapter 2 phase-out likely to be heavily eroded

April 9-11, 2001

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Colloquium on Environmental Aspects of Aviation

Challenge for the future 3

· Noise, a key issue in developing new infrastructure

· High costs and strong opposition from local populations

· Development depends on continuing progress on noise

· Implications for all carriers

April 9-11, 2001

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Colloquium on Environmental Aspects of Aviation
  • Way forward 1
        • · The challenge after 2002 - welcome CAEP/5 recommendation, but it will not even stabilise the position at major airports

April 9-11, 2001

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Colloquium on Environmental Aspects of Aviation
  • Way forward 2
  • Where ICAO can help now
  • · Action to tackle growth of contours now
  • - need operating restrictions against marginal Chapter 3 aircraft;
  • - harmonised arrangements preferred; and
  • - alternative of proliferation of local rules would be unwelcome to all.
          • · Need to strengthen the influence of standards on design:
  • - recognise these will be longer term benefits;
  • - but can our industry needs quiet evolution and wait another 20-30 years for change

April 9-11, 2001

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Colloquium on Environmental Aspects of Aviation
  • Conclusions
  • · A collective problem
  • · Sustainability key to the development of aviation
  • · Success of the industry demands continuing effort on noise

· Europe ready to play its part through negotiations and technical work

· ICAO has important potential contributions: on standards and operating restrictions

April 9-11, 2001

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