SUSTAINair is happy to announce that we’ll be hosting a unique AR experience at the Paris Air Show 2023. Also promoting the project – along with their broad array of other efforts – will be standalone stalls from several members of the consortium.
The International Paris Air Show is organised by the SIAE, a subsidiary of GIFAS, French Aerospace Industries Association. The 2023 edition of the Show will take place at the Le Bourget Parc des Expositions in June, bringing together various players in this global industry for the 54th time to exchange on the latest technological innovations.
The first four days of the Show will be reserved for trade visitors, followed by three days open to the general public.
In particular, SUSTAINair would like to highlight “The Transition to Green Airports: Examples of EU Green Deal Projects”, a seminar co-organised by CINEA and our 3 EU Green Deal Airport projects (OLGA, STARGATE and TULIPS).
The seminar on the transition to green airports will take place on 22 June, from 14:00 to 16:30, in Paris, at the Air & Space Museum, Room Caquot. This seminar is organised as a side event within the 54th edition of the Paris Air Show.
- OLGA (hOListic Green Airport), uses a holistic approach to develop environmental innovations at airports, to reduce the environmental footprint from passengers, airlines, and neighbourhood perspectives. Airports: Paris-Charles de Gaulle as lighthouse airport with Zagreb, Milan-Malpensa, and Cluj as fellow airports.
- STARGATE (SusTainable AiRports, the Green heArT of Europe) develops, tests, and implements innovatives olutions to make the airport ecosystem and operations more sustainable and efficient. Airports: Brussels Airport as lighthouse airport with Athens, Budapest, and Toulouse as fellow airports.
- TULIPS (DemonsTrating lower pollUting soLutions for sustaInable airPorts acrosS Europe) delivers demonstrations in airport operations that accelerate the joined ambitions to reduce emissions and local impact drastically. Airports: Amsterdam Schiphol as lighthouse airport with Oslo, Turin, and Larnaka as fellow airports.
The registration is now open and available in this link.
Several members of the SUSTAINair management team will be located at in Hall 2 with the European Commission’s representation: EU Stand B276 / Hall 2A.
Additionally, other partners of ours will be running their own stands, including:
German Aerospace Center, DLR: Hall 2c C 357 Germany Pavilion
TU Delft: Hall 2b G 94 Netherlands Pavilion
Royal NLR – Netherlands Aerospace Centre: Hall 2b G 94 Netherlands Pavilion