The FlyATM4E project started in June 2020 and today, 30 November 2022, is reaching its end. We are very proud of what has been achieved in these two years of activity towards a greener aviation. Thank you to those who made it possible: We hope to meet again soon in future projects.
The video created by the FlyATM4E project to explain how aviation can become climate-friendly has been featured in the October edition of the SESAR 3 JU e-news. Entitled “Identifying future pathways for sustainable aviation”, this section of the newsletter introduces the topic explained in this video interview by Sigrun Matthes, DLR researcher and project coordinator. … More FlyATM4E is in SESAR 3 JU e-news!
The FlyATM4E Stakeholder Workshop has just ended with a very rich picture in terms of discussions, but also regarding the heterogeneity of the group: We want to thank you all for your participation and contributions!
Next Thursday 20 October 2022, the FlyATM4E project is organising its Stakeholder Workshop. It will take place online (via Zoom meeting) starting at 9:30 and finishing at 12:30 (CEST). The workshop will consist of different talks and discussions around the following topics: Would you like to participate in the stakeholder workshop? We look forward to … More FlyATM4E Stakeholder Workshop
How can we ensure global air mobility that minimizes resource use and climate effects? Sigrun Matthes is a researcher at the DLR and coordinator of the FlyATM4E project. In the following video she answers the above question, and also offers some explanations on the following ones:
The FlyATM4E project is participating today in the virtual webinar “Accounting for aviation non-CO2 Impacts in the EU ETS” organized by the German Aviation Research Society GARS. Members of the project from DLR will outline the results of the FlyATM4E work and give an update on the progress of operational flight trials to minimise contrail … More FlyATM4E will be at the GARS webinar “Accounting for aviation non-CO2 impacts in the EU ETS”
A day as today, designated as the Zero Emissions Day, the FlyATM4E project team would like to raise awareness about aviation-induced contribution to climate change by sharing some good science news in the field of aviation. Take a look!
The SESAR 3 Joint Undertaking will be hosting its first Annual Conference in Brussels on 12 October 2022. The conference theme will be ‘Airspace fit for the digital age’ and it will create a space to discuss how the aviation industry can recover after several years of crisis in a sustainable and smart way, while … More SESAR 3 JU Annual Conference
How can the current ATM system be expanded to enable climate-optimized trajectories? … More Presenting key findings and solutions of the FlyATM4E project in Naples
Last week the FlyATM4E project was represented by our team at the 5th International Conference on Transport, Atmosphere and Weather (TAC-5) held in Bad Aibling, Germany. Their presentation was on the “Concept for integrating uncertainties when identifying climate-optimized aircraft trajectories: FlyATM4E.” Get in touch to learn more about the concept!