Eindhoven Airport emissions. Projections for 2019-2030

Eindhoven Airport’s operating license for civilian flights expires in 2019. In that year the maximum permitted number of annual aircraft movements is also projected to be reached: 43,000. At the end of 2017 national and regional authorities decided to develop a joint roadmap to arrive at a perspective for the airport’s future post-2019 via a staggered process. In that framework the impacts of various scenarios have been assessed. CE Delft has contributed by calculating the impact of the scenarios on local air-pollution emissions and CO2 emissions. The results are presented in two reports: the first covers the emissions associated with landside transport and aviation LTO emissions, the second the CO2 emissions of the aircraft departing from Eindhoven.

Projectleader

Jasper Faber

CO2 emissions Eindhoven Airport (in Dutch)
LTO emissions Eindhoven Airport (in Dutch)

Authors CE

Jasper Faber

Delft, July 2018