RIGA, Latvia - Riga Airport has concluded a cooperation agreement in an international study on the use of low-emission aircraft technologies and the possibilities of reducing air pollution and noise emissions near the airport with the help of innovative technologies, Aviation Pros reports. Continue reading original article.
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31 March 2023 - The project Integration and Digital Demonstration of Low Emission Aircraft Technologies and Airport Operations (INDIGO) will be implemented by ten collaborating organizations in five countries, including the University Carlos III of Madrid in Spain, the Universities of Strathclyde and Bristol in Great Britain, the Bochum Technical University in Germany, the German Aerospace Research Centre, Italian Aerospace Research Centre, and Riga Airport.
For the purposes of the project, Riga Airport will collect aircraft noise measurements and atmospheric model data, participate in the development of air quality and noise assessment indicators, definition of data sources in other airports and development of airport operations scenario and impact assessment.
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